Friday, August 6, 2010

The Charm of Charleston: There's Always Room for Brunch!

In Charleston, brunch isn't just another meal, it's a way of living. Some Charelstonians spend hours enjoying leisurely brunches each and every Saturday or Sunday morning. In fact, many of Charleston's restaurants offer Sunday brunch specials.


We've spent many-a-morning enjoying scrumptious food and good company and wanted to share some of our favorite spots with y'all.

If you're planning a wedding in Charleston, brunch is the perfect setting for a bridal shower, bridal luncheon or post-wedding get-together. There are tons of places to get a delicious brunch. We've done some research (it's a tough job, but someone's got to do it!) and here is a sampling of our favorites:

Formerly on King Street, this Mount Pleasant locale offers huge portions and low country specialties- fried green tomato eggs benedict, anyone? If you go, you must try the cinnamon-infused sweet tea!

This local favorite offers up bottomless mimosas for brunch. It always has a quiche special and the she crab soup is a Charleston must!

Along with an array of gourmet dishes and an impressive list of brunch cocktails, Tristan offers live jazz music every Sunday for brunch.

Located in the quaint old Mount Pleasant, Old Village Post House is the place to dine for the ultimate low country feast. The bonus? It also offers six rooms above the restaurant that you can rent to stay in. Talk about bed and breakfast... this would be a great place for guests to stay during your wedding weekend.

Hominy Grill is another local favorite offering up a slue of southern specialties. With freshly baked breads and biscuits, It's always packed for brunch and the outdoor seating is a summer must!

Among our other favorites are High Cotton, Morgan Creek Grill, and Marina Variety Store.

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