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Dining room with a colorful graffiti wall.
Bodega on Ann Street.
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Tour the Eye-Catching Interiors at Ann Street Restaurants Bodega and Share House

Two new spots at one address

From the team at sports/party bar Uptown Social comes two new Charleston restaurants — Share House and Bodega. The spaces opened over the weekend at 23 Ann Street, just off the always-busy King Street.

Share House is a coastal cantina with colorful, beach-y interiors. Custom surfboards from local artist Jenn Griffith and vintage photos of beachgoers cover the walls. The restaurant boasts two bars, a stage for live bands, a space for DJs, and televisions for all the games. It’s basically a one-stop fun shop.

The Share House bar focuses on tropical cocktails, including the signature drink Orange Crush, which is fresh orange juice, vodka, and lemon-lime soda. For food, chef Alec Gropman puts out a menu of tuna sliders, crab cake sandwiches, and California-style nachos. Share House opens daily from 4 p.m. to 2 a.m.

Bodega is the permanent outpost of the former Bodega pop-up at Uptown Social. The interiors have many nods to New York culture with subway tiles, a “Post No Bills” wall with graffiti from the same artist as Share House’s surfboards, and a decorative shelf of dried goods (like those found in a city bodega). Gropman planned the menu to reflect classic NYC fare like a bacon, egg, and cheese on a hard roll and a chopped cheese sandwich. Bodega offers an extensive coffee menu, from Dustin Mattson, served with Counter Culture beans and also has a full bar for those in need of a bloody mary. Bodega opens daily from 7 a.m. to 2 a.m.

Take a tour through the two spaces here.

Sharehouse sign.
Enter Share House through the garage doors.
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The main bar and dining room at Share house with colorful, pre-worn chairs and a rainbow of shutters hanging over the bar.
The main bar and dining room at Share House with colorful, pre-worn chairs and a rainbow of shutters hanging over the bar.
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A bar with colorful stools.
The bar serves tropical drinks, hard seltzers, and many beers on tap.
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A mural made from Island beer caps and cans.
A mural made from Island beer caps and cans.
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outdoor bar stools.
Outdoor bar seating on the patio.
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Wooden tables with various colorful chairs.
The colorful interiors are meant to reflect summers at the shore.
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The garage doors open up to the outdoor patio.
The garage doors open up to the outdoor patio.
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Colorful chairs on a wooden deck.
There’s plenty of outdoor seating at Share House.
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A U-shaped bar with colorful stools.
The back bar at Share House.
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Dining room with bar.
The second dining room at Share House shares space for a DJ.
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Sign over a door that says Bodega.
The entrance to Bodega.
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A round bar with wooden chairs.
Breakfast sandwich shop Bodega also has a bar.
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Bright murals cover the walls at Bodega.
Bright murals cover the walls at Bodega.
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Coffee bar with menus on the wall.
The coffee bar serves Counter Culture.
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Colorful graffiti.
Graffiti covers the walls at Bodega.
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Dining room with a colorful graffiti wall.
Bodega is open from 7 a.m. to 2 a.m.
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A subway with “Ann Street” over it.
Subway-themed art at Bodega.
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“Post No Bills” with Bill Murray
“Post No Bills” with Bill Murray. Get it?
Menu at Bodega.

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