Charleston

Best Brunch Spots in Charleston, SC

Start your day in Charleston off with a leisurely brunch at one of these phenomenal spots. And make sure you’re wearing your best pair of eating pants (think stretchy material and an elastic waistband) because you are going to need it.
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The Glass Onion
Address: 1219 Savannah Hwy Charleston, SC 29407
Phone: (843) 225-1717
Cuisine: Southern, Salads, Sandwiches
Prices: $$
Reservations: Recommended

Opened in 2008 by Executive Chef Chris Stewart, The Glass Onion was one of the first restaurants in Charleston to offer locally-sourced menu items. Brunch Day at the Glass Onion is on Saturday from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm. Start your meal off with their signature Natural Blonde Bloody Mary with Dixie Black Pepper Vodka and pair it with a Gulf Shrimp or Buttermilk Fried Chicken Po Boy. Or maybe try the Cheshire Pork Chop Sandwich with Pimento Cheese instead. With all menu items priced under $20, you can’t go wrong.

Hall’s Chophouse
Address: 434 King St Charleston, SC 29403
Phone: (843) 727-0090
Cuisine: Steaks, Seafood, Bar
Prices: $$$$
Reservations: Strongly Encouraged

Located in the Upper King District of Charleston, Hall’s Chophouse has been owned and operated by the Hall Family since 2009. The Chophouse is probably the top bunch spot recommendation offered by Charleston, SC hotel concierge staff. The menu at Hall’s features prime USDA steaks and seafood, and the lobster macaroni and cheese is a big menu favorite. The Sunday Gospel Brunch experience at Hall’s Chophouse is one you will never forget.

The Junction Kitchen & Provisions
Address: 4438 Spruill Ave North Charleston, SC 29405
Phone: (843) 745-9189
Cuisine: Brunch, Diner
Prices: $
Reservations: None

Located in the Park Circle neighborhood of North Charleston, The Junction Kitchen & Provisions is a locally-owned restaurant and grocery store. The atmosphere is funky and laid back. Brunch is served on both Saturdays and Sundays, and one of the featured items on the menu is the Buzzed Doughnut, a coffee-rubbed bacon and egg sandwich on a doughnut. Most menu items are under $15, and the restaurant does not take reservations.

Now that you’re nice and full, you can walk it off by exploring all the shops, museums and historic houses that Charleston has to offer. If you are searching for lodging options in Charleston to be close to these awesome brunch spots, you are in luck! There are a wide variety of unique hotels to bed and breakfasts to vacation rentals in Charleston for larger groups.

Experience Charleston Charm… Without the Fees!

Usually, when you arrive in a city crawling with tourists, every business is out to make a buck or two from your visit. Well, often times more than just a couple bucks. Tourism can be incredibly expensive; between gallery tours, dining out, hotel accommodations and guided tours, the bill can get huge fast. The good news is, there are things in Charleston, South Carolina that you can do for free! That’s right, I’m serious. You can experience fun in a new city free of charge! Below are a few activities you can engage in that don’t have high prices attached.

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