The Alley

131 Columbus ST

Charleston, SC 29403

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Phone: (843) 818-4080

City: Charleston

Region: Coastal & Islands

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The Alley

The Alley was voted Charleston's Best Sports Bar and is a popular entertainment destination in downtown Charleston. Upper King's newest attraction offers great food and drinks, 40-foot bar, eight retro bowling lanes, classic arcade games, 160-inch projection screens, outside seating and event space.

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