Come for the flame-kissed food, stay for the beer. While the barman pulls your next selection from one of our 24 taps, check out the line up of live music on the Dockery's stage. Go ahead. Stick around for the band and have one more beer. Dockery's: Daniel Island’s place for food, beer, and music.
Friday, Dec. 15 at 8:00pm
No Cover Charge
About: Saluda Shoals began in the spring of 2015 as an acoustic project between Henri Gates (Southwood) and Cassie Verhaeghe (Brushfires). Originally called Smoking Guns, the duo began writing music and performing nightly, quickly making a name for themselves. In January 2016 the band recruited some of Charleston's best musicians and shortly after began performing as Saluda Shoals.
Saturday, Dec. 16 at 8:00pm
No Cover Charge
About: The Lowhills are an up and coming Americana/Roots Family band out of Johns Island with a sound that is a smooth mix of genres including Americana, Classic Country, Bluegrass, Swing and R&B. They also cover a wide range of Artists and styles as well including: Elvis, Hank Williams, Al Green, Roberta Flack, Frank Sinatra, Carole King, Bonnie Raitt, Van Morrison, Fleetwood Mac Ect. The band members include Husband wife duo Matt and Lauren Bevins Cahill and lifelong friend and musical partner Joe Marlow.
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Post & Courier
Concentrics Restaurants' first foray into South Carolina, Dockery's, features an on-site brewery, live music listening room and an outdoor patio with its own bar. The kitchen servicing the 11,000-square-foot space is furnished with a grill, rotisserie, smoker and wood-fired oven. With that equipment, the restaurant is supposed to produce "elevated regional cuisine," according to press materials.
Charleston City Paper
Like the soothing power of a doctor's office aquarium, we're mesmerized by Dockery's rotisserie. Dockery's, Daniel Island's first brewery, isn't just promising the island craft beer, they have what appears to be a chicken inferno the likes of which we've never seen.
Karen Singletary / Todd Rushing