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The Darkest Bars in CHS to Hide the Hangover

Erin Perkins is the editor of Eater Carolinas.

Welcome to Hangover Power Hour, 60 long minutes dedicated to that painful, pounding aftermath following a big night of throwing back drinks.


If your head is pounding, and you want nothing more than a cold, dark hole to crawl into and die, Eater has round-up of just those spots. Suck it up and get to one of the dusky bars in the Lowcountry that happens to serve brunch.

At cavernous spot AC's Bar and Grill, the booths are plentiful, and no one will judge if you're slumped over trying to regain composure. This undergraduate watering hole has a festive theme each week. How could anyone resist a Steven Siegel brunch featuring the Under SauSeige Benedict? The food there is made for one reason and that's to soak up any alcohol left in your system. Or, if you need a little extra, mimosas come by the pitcher.

Old, reliable dive Moe's Crosstown Tavern is a little more grown-up than AC's, and their bar is as dark as it gets. With no windows to shine sun upon your face, you can eat your goat cheese omelette in peace as you zone out to whatever sporting event is on the televisions.

If the room stops spinning, head to grungy eatery Gene's Haufbrau for a heavy plate of crunchy, fried foods or huevos rancheros. If a cigarette will cure the headaches, they did just set up a smokers patio. Bloody Marys are only $3.50 if the imbibing should start again.
· AC's Bar and Grill [Official]
· Moe's Crosstown Tavern [Official]
· Gene's Haufbrau [Official]