The Ferryman’s Tavern opened in 1989 and was the first tenant in the Waterfront. The building still maintains the original owners, who have built up a loyal following of regulars. The bar’s interior was converted from a former warehouse into an elegant bar with solid teak pillars and a breathtaking view of the river. The bar’s exterior was made of quarried bluestone and Oregon beams. The Waterfront Tavern is an excellent choice for an evening of fun and entertainment.
The Tavern & Table on Shem Creek is a gathering place where locals gather to enjoy the food and beverages. Using local ingredients whenever possible, the menu celebrates Lowcountry flavors. In addition to cocktails, the restaurant features a full-service professional kitchen. Guests can expect a wide variety of delicious dishes and drinks. The staff is knowledgeable about the art of making drinks, and many of the beverages are aged in wood barrels to add a unique touch to them.