Dockery's is a restaurant, brewery, and music venue located just outside of Charleston on Daniel Island. We serve fresh, seasonal eats that you can pair with one of our house brewed beers while you listen to some incredible live music on stage or outside on our covered pavilion. We hope to see you soon!
Dockery’s has opened its patio and dining room for limited seating and we strongly recommend reservations. Dockery’s is committed to complying with all CDC recommended guidelines to provide a relaxed and stress-free dining experience for our customers.
Buy your tickets by going to RESY and scrolling to our events at the bottom of the page. Seating is very limited as we are following CDC guidelines and keeping all tables 8 feet apart.
Friday, October 2nd, 6pm
New Ghost Town (formerly The Ol’ 55s Duo) are a Charleston-based acoustic duo made up of Whitt Algar (bass and vocals) and Daniel Patrick (mandolin and vocals). They take the feel of a traditional bluegrass group and work it into songs from artists ranging from Bill Monroe to Johnny Cash to Journey and Def Leppard to Bruno Mars and beyond.Get Your $6 Tickets!
Saturday, October 3rd, 6pm
Born and raised in Philadelphia, Tom Mackell might surprise listeners with the southern influences in his music. Tom’s style is as diverse as it is accessible, from easy listening, beachy tunes to late-night tailgate jams. Now calling Charleston home, Tom will be performing songs from his EP titled “A Life I Once Knew” and playing some incredible covers.Get Your $6 Tickets!
Pavilion shows are rain or shine. No refunds. Tables will be held for 15 minutes from time of reservation.
Daniel Island restaurant strives to be an example of socially responsible dining
Dockery's is proud to announce their compliance with and participation in the Medical University of South Carolina's (MUSC) COVID Back to Business program. Designed to activate socially responsible practices in all types of businesses, the MUSC program brings epidemiologists and field experts into a place of business and helps them maximize the ability of the business to operate safely to minimize the spread of the COVID-19 virus.
Daniel Island restaurant supporting community charities
"There have been so many people, particularly in the food and beverage industry, that have been impacted by joblessness as we've had to close or limit business," said Chuck Isenberg, general manager of Dockery's. "We're proud to be able to give a little bit back to the community and to continue to do so over the coming months."