19 brunch spots around Charleston, SC

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Take a peek inside the colorful Big Bad Breakfast downtown. | Photo by @dwaltons

We all know brunch is basically its own food group in the Holy City. With so many eateries to choose from, we asked you what your favorite spots around town are, and we’re here to dish out your answers. 

82 Queen, 82 Queen St. + Florence’s Lowcountry Kitchen, 90 Folly Rd. Blvd., Ste. B-4

For me, I can’t get over 82 Queen’s Lowcountry Breakfast Bowl and Florence’s Crab Cake Benedict. My cravings start each week around Wednesday and only intensify until I get one or the other.”  — Maggie V. 

Kid Cashew, 1440 Ben Sawyer Blvd., Mt. Pleasant

“Kid Cashew has great brunch in mt pleasant!” — Jasmine M. 

Vintage Coffee Cafe, 219 Simmons St., Mt. Pleasant + The Rarebit, 474 King St. 

“Vintage avocado toast and a mimosa would be the best low-key brunch. The chicken and waffles from Rarebit are awesome as well.” — Marissa G.

*SOL, 1101 Stockade Ln., Mt. Pleasant

“The Cowboy Burrito at SOL is my favorite brunch meal.” — James T. 

Little Line, 176 Line St.

“My favorite brunch spot is Little Line and my fav brunch item is the vegan sausage bagel!” — Megan W.

Church & Union, 32B N. Market St.

“One of my favorite brunch spots has to be Church & Union. The ambiance is unmatched. I’m obsessed with the Breakfast Skillet.” — Avery G.

*Vicious Biscuit, 409 W. Coleman Blvd., Mt. Pleasant

“The Vicious Biscuit at the Vicious Biscuit 💯” — Caroline B. 

Lost Dog Cafe, 106 W. Huron Ave., Folly Beach

“Lost Dog on Folly is incredibly cute.” — Mckenna J. 

*Hall’s Chophouse, 434 King St. + Kiss Cafe, 1802 Crowne Commons Way, Johns Island

“Hall’s Sunday Gospel Brunch – best overall. Close second for menu offering…. Kiss Cafe – Johns Island.” — Susan H.

Big Bad Breakfast, 456 Meeting St. 

“My favorite brunch spot is Big Bad Breakfast off of Meeting because of their mimosas and BBB plate. It’s the best Sunday morning spot.” — Isabella G. 

“I loved the biscuits and gravy at Big Bad Breakfast downtown.” — Mary V.

Queen Street Grocery, 133 Queen St. 

“Queen St. Grocery” — Fred T. 

The Palmetto Café, 205 Meeting St., within The Charleston Place

“The Palmetto Café in The Charleston Place. I love the natural light, the food is delicious, and the staff is friendly.” — Erin H. 

The Shelter Kitchen + Bar, 202 Coleman Blvd., Mt. Pleasant 

“Shelter’s brunch bog paired with a mimosa carafe.” — Carson H.

TOAST! Coleman Blvd., 835 Coleman Blvd., Ste. 100

“Toast on Coleman. The restaurant is spacious and the service is great. Their seafood omelet is delicious.” — Tom G.

Arts Bar & Grill, 413 Coleman Blvd., Mt. Pleasant

The omelet at Art’s Bar & Grill is amazing” — Connor R. 

Triangle Char & Bar, 828 Savannah Hwy.  

“Triangle in West Ashley is sooo good and affordable.” — Kenzie G. 

*Restaurants marked with an asterisk have various locations.

Heads up: This is not a comprehensive list. Missed our call-out to share your favorite spot this time around? We’ll get ya next time. Happy brunchin’.