WG's Wings pairs their signature sauce-spun finger food with a menu of sandwiches, burgers, and salads. Guests can cover wings in a choice of two dozen sauces and dry seasonings—including teriyaki lemon pepper, hot honey mustard, and Southern barbecue—which, according to the Midlands Authority for Conventions, Sports, and Tourism, are all made in-house. Other entrees include crispy chicken sandwich, chicken philly cheesesteaks, and chef salad.
In six locations around the Charleston area, King Street Grille rolls out upscale pub fare and a few dozen flat-screen televisions. Full of contemporary versions of traditional bar favorites, the menu unfolds to reveal mac ‘n’ cheese egg rolls, nine types of grilled, hand-formed burgers, and plates weighed down with comforting entrees, such as pork chops and Chicken Madeira. The bar stocks more than 100 beers and its own line of liquor to wash down meals or offer as gifts to the thirsty actors who reenact big games inside the TV. Throughout the week, the eatery pairs good food with good times by transforming its space into a venue for trivia nights, billiards, and live music.
At Rehab Bar & Grill, guests kick back at 25 tables and more than 100 bar-side seats to peruse a menu stacked with rib-eye steaks, six styles of buffalo wings, and hot dogs topped with chili, cheese, or onions. The kitchen prepares snacks until midnight on weekends, fueling conversations and pool games until the wee hours of the morning. Club-style lights illuminate an oversized dance floor where patrons dance to DJ-curated soundtracks three nights a week. DJ Donnie Dramatic blends hip-hop beats with Top 40 melodies during his Tuesday-night sets, and DJ Sean Cronin swathes Saturday nights in house music and drum-and-bass grooves. There are six 24-inch LCD televisions hovering over the 30-foot bar, helping sports fans applaud football tackles, basketball dunks, and the graceful pirouettes of monster trucks.
Soft lighting and red walls accented with black curtains create a posh atmosphere inside Incognito Cuisine & Nightlife. Bartenders fill martini and rocks glasses with rich cocktails behind a curved bar in the flickering glow of a flat-screen TV. Guests savor fresh seafood dishes—such as seared sea scallops or shrimp 'n' grits—and hearty 10-ounce rib-eye steaks, and singers follow instructions on the karaoke screen to recreate popular tunes or communicate warnings from the Emergency Broadcast System.
The selection of clothing at Page 6 Boutique reflects the tastes of co-owners Nancy Russell and Deana Teague and their clientele. As such, it's constantly evolving. When the shop opened, it featured lots of designer jeans and T-shirts. Today, it has expanded to include all manner of designer dresses, shoes, jewelry, and accessories. Flirty, feminine clothes for girls' nights out or romantic dates sit alongside more casual items for looking chic while running errands or checking to see if the mail has arrived.
Jack’s Cosmic Dogs borrows a page or two from the playbook of the roadside hot dog stands of the past. With its fresh-cut fries, root beer floats, and vintage, long-neck bottled sodas, the restaurant whisks visitors back in time amid funky décor and an eclectic collection of props. The Jack’s experience has also caught the eye of Food Network star Alton Brown, who spotlighted Jack’s all-American eats on the Food Network show, The Best Thing I Ever Ate.