Bourbon: Cajun & Creole in Columbia

Chef Frank Bradley, crafts Cajun-Creole classics

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Bourbon is a whiskey bar and Cajun-Creole restaurant located just steps from the South Carolina State Capitol building at 1214 Main Street in the historic Brennen Building (1869). We specialize in bourbon, whiskey, craft cocktails and the flavors of the Louisiana Bayou. We currently have the largest whiskey list in SC, with everything from Angels Envy to Van Winkle, as well as Irish, Scotch, and Japanese Whiskies! 

Our bar opens daily, M-F at 4PM and 11AM on Saturday and Sunday. Our kitchen is open until Midnight Tuesday through Saturday and until 10PM on Sunday and Monday. We offer Saturday and Sunday Brunch from 11AM til 3PM. 

Our Bar

Our bar currently boasts over 400 whiskeys, most of which are bourbon, rye or Tennessee whisky. We also have a growing collection of whiskeys from other countries like Scotland, Ireland, Japan and Canada. We have a list of cocktails that include classics and contemporary recipes, local beers on tap, and wines by the glass and bottle.

Cajun-Creole Cuisine

Our kitchen, headed by Chef Frank Bradley, crafts Cajun-Creole classics like gumbo, jambalaya and etoufee, as well as dishes based on locally-sourced ingredients. From brunch to late-night, each service presents everything from beloved classics to mouth-watering nightly specials.

Michael Bailey works as a multimedia journalist who specializes in producing news stories and personal profiles that highlight the cultural, social, economic, and political experiences of minorities living in South Carolina and beyond. His extensive media, business, and political background has made him a well-respected voice and an often sought-after commentator on issues impacting people of color.

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