Beaufort Nightlife – The Latest Hot Spots
Beaufort nightlife is as diverse as the people you meet at the latest hot spots. When the sun goes down, it’s time for music, fun, and your favorite drink, whatever it may be. You may want to enjoy a pint with friends. You may prefer to sip signature cocktails at a posh bar. If you love unusual wine pairings, Beaufort nightlife has the perfect happy hour spot for you. Beaufort locals are cordial and will welcome you as a new friend.
Whether you love dive bars or want to spend a quiet evening sampling Lowcountry fare and enjoying your favorite drink, Beaufort nightlife won’t be a disappointment. We have cocktail bars, waterfront bars, and dozens of nightspots to meet Beaufort’s friendly people.
Nightspots to Party
Do you love the lively atmosphere of an Irish pub? Rosie O’Grady’s is the only Irish-themed pub in Beaufort, so keep this one on your list. Tourists and locals gather here in the evening. The pub features the largest selection of beers in Beaufort and has a full bar. Head to Rosie O’Grady’s for some authentic Irish hospitality and a good time.
If dive bars are your thing, Cry Babies Tavern may be the perfect night spot for you. This is one of the friendliest bars in Beaufort, and the locals provide all the entertainment. Thursday is karaoke night so get ready to entertain the crowd. The staff is accommodating and treats everyone like family. Cry Babies is open from 10 a.m. until 2 a.m.
A Hidden Gem
Hemingway’s website states it’s “A nice place if you can find it.” Hemingway’s is a local bar in the Customs House, a historic, riverfront building on the Beaufort River. The Customs House was built in 1857. Hemingway’s serves homemade muffulettas, Cuban sandwiches, and fantastic quiche. The drinks are inexpensive, the bar is open until 2 a.m., and it’s even pet-friendly.
Arrive Lost, Leave a Local
The Lost Local cocktail bar features fresh seafood dishes, tacos, and an extensive menu of beers, wines, and innovative, signature cocktails. All ingredients are sourced from local farmers and fishers, and the menu offers weekly specials.
Beaufort’s Newest Dive Bar
The Fillin Station on Sea Island Parkway is already getting raves for their menu, including ribeye with two sides. The bar has live music, a large deck and is open from 11 a.m. until 11 p.m., midnight on weekends.
Best Munchies in Beaufort
Delicious nachos, tacos, and all kinds of munchies are one of the attractions at Wet Willie’s. The other is the signature drinks, including the Shock Treatment, Call a Cab, the White Russian, and Chocolate Thunder. Enjoy!
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