Ah, brunch. The cheers to a Sunday with the clinking of mimosa glasses, the fresh scent of Bloody Mary mix dancing around the room and the clear skies wrapping around the beautiful Lowcountry landscape. Finding a place to enjoy your weekend culinary adventure isn’t too hard in a food vibrant city like Charleston. However, finding the best of the brunch bunch can be a challenge. Luckily, this list of the 5 best brunch spots Mount Pleasant offers solid contenders for locals and visitors alike.
This gem attracts a large crowd early, so get comfortable in their outdoor waiting area with a generous portion of mimosas and watch the traffic of Coleman Boulevard blaze by. Page’s unique Bloody Mary bar invites visitors to tap into their creativity and create a liquid masterpiece. The brunch menu has options for both the traditional and adventurous patron. Even during brunch, it’s hard to part ways with this okra grill without a farewell slice of dessert.
Nestled on the convenient road of Coleman Boulevard is a quaint public house offering serious brunch flavor. Coleman Public House has a wide array of beers on draft for those that don’t always want a mimosa or Bloody Mary with their brunch. The brunch menu offers southern style biscuits and gravy, Lowcountry style omelets stuffed with crab and huevos rancheros piled with black beans and green chile sauce. Brunch guests are invited to share the macaroni and cheese appetizer or the wide variety of house French fries.
Situated in a tiny plaza on the edge of the 526 connector, Five Loaves offers brunch goers a healthy, consciously-sourced menu. Mimosa carafes and local coffee pair well with the spot’s cozy ambiance. When the weather is nice, request to enjoy your meal on the beautifully decorated outdoor patio. The menu offers plentiful salads, soups, chicken and waffles, and benedicts.
Overlooking the beautiful Shem Creek, locals gather at Tavern and Table weekly for the views alone. Tavern and Table has a spacious layout and an extensive menu to compliment it. The drink menu has unique options such as man-mosas, a grapefruit beer and vodka infusion, sorbet mimosas and vanilla coconut coffees. The food menu is just as interesting, filled with small bites, such as monkey bread and seasonal soups. Enjoy shrimp and grits, chilaquiles or French toast while gazing over the creek of Mount Pleasant.
French toast lovers flock to Graze for their unique and tasty brioche French toast menu, including banana fosters, Nutella and apple cinnamon. Egg fanatics can chose from several benedict’s or build their own frittatas. Diners can quench their thirst with a Bellini, mimosa or alcoholic coffee. A major plus for Graze brunch on a Sunday is its convenient location on Johnnie Dodds. Walk to Whole Foods after brunch to complete your weekly grocery shopping.
Had a brunch experience others shouldn’t miss out on? Share it in the comment section so we can all explore the culinary wonders of Mount Pleasant. We hope to see you enjoying your brunch experience in the coming Sundays. To learn more about Charleston’s favorite hot spots, the best tours, tasty cuisine, and local history check back with ahoycharleston.com!