Timeless Lowcountry Discovery

Charleston’s Best Brunches

You don’t have to be an early riser to indulge in this southern weekend pastime. Celebrate Southern food culture well into the afternoon with such favorites as Biscuits & Gravy, Chicken & Waffles, Crab Eggs Benedict, Crepes, Fried Green Tomatoes, She-Crab Soup, Shrimp n’ Grits, and Tomato Pie. Don’t forget the beverages! French press coffee, notorious Bloody Mary’s, and sparkling Mimosa flights make the meal all the more savored.

For the best Bloody Mary in Charleston, head to The Darling and order The Captain.
Featured on the Today Show and frequently included in “Best of” blogs, The Darling’s “Captain’ is heavily garnished with a lobster claw, King Crab leg, shrimp, and a hush puppy. © The Darling Oyster Bar

More and more restaurants are offering brunch as the months pass; here’s our short list for places that consistently earn accolades for one (or multiple!) menu offerings:

Stuffed French Toast at Park & Grove satisfies anyone looking for one of the best brunches in Charleston.
French Toast is a brunch favorite and Park & Grove’s stuffed version with mascarpone, caramelized bananas, and rum sauce elevates the traditional to sensational. © Park & Grove

More details about each restaurant on our list will be published on January 17. Thanks for your patience!

Be sure to use our handy Map Guide to help you find your way to these great eateries. Available free throughout downtown and the Lowcountry. Email or call for more information.

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