[Photo: Praneendra Kuver]
If all goes according to plan, downtown's new restaurant and beer hall Craftsmen Kitchen & Tap House will open later this month. Until they start pouring drafts from their 48 taps and serving a menu that's infused with brews, quench your thirst for Charleston's next big thing by checking out Eater's tour of the interior.
At one point, the space that houses Craftsmen was actually two separate buildings, so it's no surprise that the interior is pretty expansive. Co-owners Philip Fisher and Todd Garrigan, who is also the chef, focused on the details throughout, so get ready to witness locally-made booths and tables, exposed heart pine beams and recycled copper behind the custom bars.
- The main bar, with 36 taps
- Tables in the main room (the patio will be to the right)
- The tables in the main bar were made from one giant tree
- More seating = more room to drink beer
- A glimpse of the custom chandelier and the wall art in the Pale Room
- Booths are now in place in the Pale Room
- The bar in the pale room
- Future home of 12 pale ales
[Photos: Praneendra Kuver]