7 Best Weekend Brunch Spots In Charleston

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7 Best Weekend Brunch Spots In Charleston

There is nothing better than weekend brunch! 

It’s the weekend, and all we want to do is wake up late and head out to have the most delicious brunch. Extra points if there are cocktails, right? 

These are  some of the best weekend brunch spots in Charleston:


1. Poogans Porch

Where: 📍72 Queen St 

Sip on a mimosa while you enjoy a traditional southern brunch. There’s something on the menu for everyone!


2. The Obstinate Daughter

Where: 📍2063 Middle St

Brunch only on Saturday and Sunday. 

Visit the Obstinate Daughter to indulge in a brunch with seaside touch! The menu includes seared seafood sausage, chowder, eggs, and even an açaí bowl. 


3. Pages Okra Grill 

Where: 📍302 Coleman Blvd

Pages is only 15 minutes away from downtown Charleston, in Mount Pleasant. And their brunch is undoubtedly worth the trip. Their shrimp + grits are known in the whole state; we’ll see you there at brunch!


4. Millers All Day

Where: 📍120 King St

Millers is known for its all-day breakfast! Their website reads: “Our restaurant is fueled by an enduring belief that the best days start – or end – with a great breakfast and a great cocktail.” We have nothing else to add! You won’t regret visiting them. 


5. Rarebit 

Where: 📍474 King St 

Don’t hesitate to order the chicken and waffles at Rarebit. The Moscow mules are very refreshing!


6. Magnolia’s 

Where: 📍85 E Bay St,

Are you looking for a sophisticated and cozy place to have brunch? Then, Magnolia’s is the place to go. The food is to die for. 


7. Rue de Jean 

Where: 📍39 John St

A downtown Charleston restaurant with a French touch. The brunch menu offers classic options like eggs Benedict and more edgy dishes like steak hache. 


Featured image from Millers All Day by @boncekimages.

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