843.577.2500 | 76 Queen St. | map it
What once had disintegrated into an austere ruin next to the main dining room of Husk now houses an innovative freestanding bar. A complete renovation transformed what had been a brick shell into the most exciting bar in historic Charleston. Tightly arranged and rough hewn, with century-old exposed brick still intact and master bartenders stationed on the first floor, the bar at Husk recalls a bygone era of Charleston nightlife, and Huskâ€™s emphasis on classic cocktails continues the cityâ€™s historic tippling traditions. Our team of passionate mixologists offer an extensive lineup of historic and modern cocktails on the bar menu, which is designed to honor the traditional spirits of the Southern table and trace the historical lineage of regional mixology. Patrons can sit upstairs in the second-floor lounge of the bar, overlooking the wide verandas of Huskâ€™s streetfront while tasting some of the most delicious drinks in the South. It is a place to relax, to wait for a table next door, and always a discovery of new tastes derived from old virtues. Rare artisanal microbrews and a wine list grouped by terroir and soil type, rather than the traditional classifications of political geography or grape varietal, further connect the concepts of Huskâ€™s bar to the mission of the restaurant.
Effective March 17, 2020: Husk Restaurant is temporarily closed. Nothing is more critical to The Neighborhood Dining Group than the safety and health of our guests, our staff, and the communities in which we serve. Due to the rapidly evolving COVID-19 situation, we feel that it is our civic duty to do all we can to help confine the spread of the virus. We feel it is impossible to operate our businesses knowing our staff and guests are at risk, even with precautionary measures such as limiting guests and tables and extensive sanitation.
We want to do our part to help put this worldwide crisis behind us, so that we may swiftly resume serving you, our valued guests. We are a compassionate and resilient community, and we will get through this life-threatening pandemic by working together.