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The Hottest Brunch Spots in Charleston, March 2017

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If you’ve made your way through the essential brunch restaurants in Charleston and still yearn for another mimosa in a different setting, we present this list of the hot newspots servicing the early crowds. To be on the Brunch Heatmap, these establishments must be less than a year old (with some consideration for those barely over the mark or changes in the kitchen). Since brunch is pretty much religion in Charleston, these places will give you a new address to worship at — or cure your hangover from the night before. Stop by one of these selections for mimosas, bloody marys, pancakes, shrimp and grits, burgers, and much, much, more. Go forth and brunch.

Note: Map points are not listed by rank…

1 Butcher & Bee

Butcher & Bee is back with a bigger and better space in the NoMo neighborhood. The restaurant recently added brunch to the rotation, so stop in for shakshuka, chilaquiles, and other interesting takes on everyone’s favorite weekend meal.

1085 Morrison Dr
Charleston, SC 29403
(843) 619-0202

2 492

Former Two Boroughs Larder chef Josh Keeler recently joined the kitchen at 492 and brought his famous double patty burger with him. From soft scramble with trout roe to an omelette with potatoes aligot, some of the new brunch items are familiar to fans of Keeler’s work at TBL, but a few differ. When asked about the distinctions, Keeler explained that he thinks there will always be overlap, but now he has the backing of a pastry department, which can offer danishes and fluffy biscuits. Oh, and there’s a Belgian waffle with coffee ice cream.

Leslie McKellar
492 King St
Charleston, SC 29403
(843) 203-6338

3 Henrietta’s

Posh spot Henrietta’s recently added brunch to its repertoire. The menu ranges from classic Southern, like country captain, to more French, like the confit canard with pommes paillason, sautéed greens, hollandaise, and duck egg. The restaurant also offers creative morning cocktails like the Drunk in Love with prosecco, pineapple, and watermelon.

334 Meeting St
Charleston, SC 29403

4 Stella’s

If weekends were missing sliced leg of lamb with fried eggs or Greek Easter bread French toast with sour cherries and yogurt, then newcomer Stella’s can satisfy those brunch needs. On Sundays, Greek restaurant Stella’s will offer a Mediterranean-influenced morning menu.

114 St Philip St
Charleston, SC 29424
(843) 400-0026

5 Le Farfalle

Beaufain Street eatery Le Farfalle offers Italian classics like lasagna verde and fettuccine carbonara, as well as a few Southern adaptions like the Tuscan-fried chicken atop a waffle with crispy sage and prosciutto maple syrup. Also of interest is chef Michael Toscano’s take on a burger with house-ground ribeye, rosemary garlic cheese, grilled onion, and porcini mustard.

15 Beaufain St
Charleston, SC 29401
(843) 212-0920

6 McCrady’s Tavern

Brunch at chef Sean Brock’s latest concept McCrady’s Tavern offers Kentucky-favorite hot browns, made-to-order quiches with perfect crusts from pastry chef Katy Keefe, French omelettes with dressed lettuces, and even more egg-filled items. The menu also pulls some of the greatest hits from the dinner service, like the caviar presentation and the escargot stuffed marrow bone. Brock even promises Van Halen at brunch, so you know it will be lively.

2 Unity Aly
Charleston, SC 29401
(843) 577-0025

7 Blind Tiger Pub

Blind Tiger is back with more booze, cleaned-up interiors, and a better brunch menu. The Broad Street staple offers bottomless mimosas, pub burgers, bananas foster waffles, avocado toast, and more in a spiffy new settings.

38 Broad St
Charleston, SC 29401

 

Source: Charleston Eater

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