With so many options to choose from, it can be difficult when deciding where to eat in downtown Charleston. Every restaurant in Charleston has its own character and flavor, which is why it can strenuous to narrow down your list. To reduce the length of your group text and stress behind your breakfast place of choice, here are our top brunch spots in downtown Charleston!
Interested in having some yummy seafood for brunch after a sail with Schooner Pride? Then we have the perfect spot for you at Fleet Landing, right down the street! With a short stroll to 186 Concord St., you’ll experience one of the best places to grab a bite with a view. Menu items like the Pan Roasted Crab Cake and Creme Brulee French Toast will have you begging for another bite.
Millers All Day
If you’re looking to have brunch at any hour then Millers All Day is the place for you! Look for dishes like the Patty Melt, Shrimp and Grits, and Millers Plate; which includes bacon, two eggs, grits or home fries, biscuit or corn muffin.
Toast is an easygoing restaurant known for its Southern classics and breakfast. Enjoy a sweet breakfast with the Deluxe French Toast or a Lowcountry staple like The Eggs Meeting Street Single, a fried green tomato topped with a crab cake, poached egg, and remoulade. Toast has multiple locations from Summerville, West Ashley, Mount Pleasant, and Charleston. Click here for hours and location information.
Marina Variety Store Restaurant
Before you board your cruise with Charleston Harbor Tours, stop by the Marina Variety Store Restaurant and fill up before your cruise! The restaurant is located on Lockwood Drive which is right next to our sweet Carolina Queen. The marina offers wonderful meals such as their Santa Fe Wrap or Megadock Platter. Their food will have your mouth watering in no time!
Located on 129 Meeting St., Eli’s Table is one of the most famous restaurants in Charleston! With a menu full of a wide variety of delectable meals it is hard for us to choose our favorites! Eli’s Table is in the heart of downtown so while exploring the Holy City put this restaurant down as one of your stops to make.
Slightly North of Broad
Slightly North of Broad has an entire menu dedicated to brunch items! With meals like their Ham and Cheese Crepe, Southern Medley, and Grilled Carolina Quail, it is the spot to eat. Slightly North of Broad is located on 192 East Bay Street, which is near Charleston Harbor Tours! Stop by SNOB before or after your tour for a savory meal.