Drink up for a good cause at Charleston Cocktail Week

CHARLESTON, S.C. (Lowcountry Weekend) - Charleston Cocktail Week is a celebration of cocktails for charity. Area restaurants and bars will be offering special drinks and events in their establishments or unique venues. There are several ways you can join in the festivities the week of April 18 - 24, 2002.

Two types of passes may be purchased. The first, the Cocktail Week Festival Pass, is $15 and may be used anytime during the 7-day festival. With it, you will be entitled to discounted $7-10 signature cocktails. You may attend additional events at an additional price. The second option, The Cocktail Week All-Inclusive Pass is $345 for one or $690 for two people. This pass, as indicated in the title, gets you into ALL the signature events for the week. All pass purchases are 100 % tax-deductible. This year’s festival passes will benefit Pop-Ups for a Purpose and Lowcountry Food Bank.


Bourbon N’ Bubbles Charleston 75 with Bernheim wheat bourbon, St. Germain, citrus, topped with sparkling rose’.

BNB Bruschetta with brie, bourbon, sauteed apples, and candied pecans.

NICO Oysters + Seafood The Margot with Bouvet sparkling brut, Lillet blanc, a dash of orange bitters, and an orange peel. LoCo Lemon with gin, St. Germain, lemon vermouth, simple syrup, lemon, topped with champagne.

The Shelter Kitchen and Bar Still in creation

Uptown Social Jamieson Cronin with eastern acai’ currant, Lunazul tequila, cedilla acai’ liquor, black currant berry syrup, soda, and tapioca pearls.

Bodega Another Day on the Subway with sweetgrass vodka, elderflower, habanero honey, and ting grapefruit soda.

Share House Savin Rock Rum Punch with RumHaven coconut rum, flor de cana, fresh lime, pineapple, and blue curacao.

Neon Tiger Neon Tigré with vodka, Borghetti espresso liqueur, molè bitters, cold brew, and tempus fugit creme de cacao.

Lola I Got the Blues and the Blues Got Me with Skrewball peanut butter whiskey, pisco, Ancho Reyes, blue curaçao, cream of coconut, lime juice, aquafaba, and a raspberry dust garnish.

Handcraft Kitchen & Cocktails Vegan White Russian with espresso infused vodka and salted caramel oat milk. Smoky Bacon Mac and Cheese with smoked bacon, white cheddar, Monterey jack, and lemon bread crumbs.

The Loutrel Hotel McLeod with Nippitaty gin, pineapple, egg white, blueberry jam, lemon juice, and byrrh.

Hotel Emeline  Rosemary’s Bambina with prosecco, soda, cranberry, and rosemary.

Bumpa’s Whimsical Lady with 818 Blanco tequila, St. Germain, lime juice, simple syrup, mint leaves, blueberries, and soda.

1st Place Premium Sports Pub Strawberry Mojito with Tito’s, St. Germain, strawberry puree’, soda, lime juice, and fresh mint.

Bistronomy By Nico The Prized Pig with striped pig distillery gin, lemon juice, orgeat syrup, and a few dashes of Peychaud’s bitters.

Rudy Royale The ChuckTown Bike Taxi with Virgil Kaine rye whiskey, yellow chartreuse, chili liquor, orange juice, and pineapple juice. The R&R with raspberry sweet tea, rhubarb bitters, firefly vodka, and lemon juice.


Perfume & Champagne - Monday, April 18 - cost $130/person - Tijon

Wine Tasting - Tuesday, April 19 - cost $50/person - Muse Restaurant & Wine Bar

Cocktails & Canapés - Thursday, April 21 - cost $130/person - Zero George

Puppy Yoga - Saturday, April 23 - cost $5/person - Colonial Lake

Charcuterie Board and Wine Pairing Class - Saturday, April 23 - cost $40/person - Virtual

Historic Walking Tour - Sunday, April 24 - cost $40/person - Meet at corner of Chalmers and Broad Street