The Ultimate 2016 Charleston Brunch Guide

The Ultimate 2016 Charleston Brunch Guide

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Brunch is the weekend's saving grace. From boozy to vegan, dim sum to Mediterranean, these are the best weekend brunch spots in Charleston to satisfy nearly every craving in the book.

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    Amanda is an awesome waitress, friendly and enthusiastic, and didn't lead us wrong on her suggestions! Try to leave room for dessert as their fresh made red velvet cake is to die for!!! -- Laura Mertes via Foursquare
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    Lamb was good. Watermelon peach salad has too much salt, we returned it. Fried Brussel sprouts were good. I wouldn't come back here. Nothing special -- Tamkinat Firoz via Foursquare
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    At chef Josh Keeler’s unpretentious bistro, wines are served in tumblers and dishes are simple and down-to-earth. Shelves are lined with souvenirs: take home a clay plate or Bittermilk cocktail mixer. -- Travel + Leisure via Foursquare
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    Warehouse is pouring beer, wine, coffee and some of the city's more affordable specialty cocktails alongside kicked-up bar food. The confit wings and homemade pork rinds have people talking. -- Eater via Foursquare
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    When you walk into Toast you automatically feel like an old friend..very friendly staff who make you feel right at home from the start..plus the food is awesome as well..I would highly recommend!! -- Wendy Mogul via Foursquare
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    Great Irish food. Fantastic foods that are fresh.. seafood, steaks, plus in house made side dishes and in house desserts. Service is very friendly as if you are part of their family. Great care and -- Darrell Weaver via Foursquare
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    The Rarebit is a throwback bar, both in its decor and drink prices. The cocktails are bright with housemade sodas, and breakfast is served all day. Go for the drinks. -- Eater via Foursquare
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    On the left, fried green tomatoes, fresh lump crab, & cream cheese served on grilled sour dough bread topped with herb aioli....Was absolutely delicious! And on the right Crab Cake with Remoulade.... -- RoadRunnerRic via Foursquare
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    Friday's are extra busy here with the Bishop England high school kids. Get there early. Is before opening too early? Ha. -- Matthew Dukes Hanna via Foursquare
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    The Macintosh is a favorite for brunch, dinner and their Bacon Happy Hour (named after chef Jeremiah Bacon), where a small, pork-y dish is $5. [Eater 18 Member] -- Eater via Foursquare
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    Hominy Grill is about as southern as southern can get. It’s a must stop for tourists and locals alike, which is a rare achievement for a restaurant. [Eater 18 Member] -- Eater via Foursquare
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