In an alleyway-turned-cozy breakfast nook, Carrie Morey sells her signature biscuits (buttermilk, country ham, blackberry, etc) and daily specials (fried chicken with dill pickles on a biscuits) fresh from the oven.
Nationally acclaimed and locally beloved, Hominy Grill has become a Charleston institution. James Beard award-winning chef Robert Stehling has won accolades nationwide for his simple, pared-down approach to classic low country specialties served in a cozy and lively setting.
Though they sell breakfast sandwiches, pastries, Stumptown coffee, and gourmet provisions, this spot trades in juice. Expect fresh-squeezed citrus plus a whole roster of other fruits and veggies, apple-and-beet (with a kick of jalapeno).
Here, it's all about everyday eating done well. From a salad of roasted cauliflower with hazelnuts to the exemplar of fried egg sandwiches, restaurateur Karalee Nielsen delivers locally-sourced food without the farm-to-table luxury tax.