South Carolina January 30, 2017
These 10 Restaurants In South Carolina Prove That Brunch Is The Best Meal Of The Day
Weekends are the best! And, there’s nothing better than enjoying a relaxing, delicious brunch in the late morning (or even better…the early afternoon). Here are the 10 best restaurants for brunch in South Carolina.
1. Callie's Hot Little Biscuit, Charleston
Let's be honest right up front: you are going to wait in a pretty long line on a weekend here. But...it is SO worth it! Why? Look at the photo above. Hot biscuits. Made into tasty biscuit sandwiches with delicious ingredients. 476 1/2 King Street, Charleston.
2. Johnny D's Waffles and Bakery, Myrtle Beach
Well, clearly you're ordering waffles here - they're the house specialty! We highly recommend the cinnamon roll waffle...you'll think you've died and gone to heaven. 3301 N. Kings Highway,
3. Tupelo Honey Cafe, Greenville
This cozy restaurant is the perfect place for weekend brunch. We highly recommend the apple cider pancakes. 1 N. Main Street, Greenville.
4. Eggs Up Grill, Myrtle Beach
You can't go wrong with a single item on the brunch menu, but if you love bananas you absolutely must have the Pancakes Banana Foster (or the waffle or French toast version). 1289 38th Avenue N., Myrtle Beach.
5. Hominy Grill, Charleston
It's the weekend! Why not indulge in the Charleston "Big Nasty" chicken biscuit? It's smothered in gravy...yum! 207 Rutledge Avenue, Charleston.
6. The Rarebit, Charleston
The chicken and waffles at The Rarebit are sooo good! The restaurant is legendary for their Moscow Mules, but they make a pretty tasty mimosa, too.
7. Motor Supply Company Bistro, Columbia
This cozy, historic restaurant serves up some of the best waffles you'll ever have, plus yummy Bloody Marys and mimosas. 920 Gervais Street, Columbia.
8. Lowcountry Produce Market and Cafe, Beaufort
This gorgeous, historic building is so light and airy inside that you'll want to stay all afternoon. And, if they'll keep bringing you those cheddar biscuits, you might never leave! 302 Carteret Street,
9. Southern Culture Kitchen and Bar, Greenville
This hidden gem is a great place to laze around on a Sunday afternoon. The Bloody Mary bar is exactly what you need! 2537 N. Pleasantburg Drive, Greenville.
10. Five Loaves Cafe, Summerville
This charming restaurant will make you feel right at home. The omelettes are especially good (pictured is the jerk marinated pork omelette with caramelized onions, spinach and goat cheese). 214 N. Cedar Street, Summerville.
What’s your favorite place for brunch?
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