Cozy neighborhood spot serves up heaping helpings of Southern comfort food..
Housed in a rehabbed barbershop in a quiet residential neighborhood, Hominy Grill has become a cult favorite with Charleston foodies. The building dates back to 1837 and features original worn hardwoods and punched tin ceiling. Antique illustrations and chalkboards announcing the day's specials decorate the walls, creating an atmosphere that's homey and unpretentious. Friendly, attentive servers are always at the ready with a pitcher of sweet tea.
Portions are big and hearty, a reminder of childhood meals at grandma's kitchen table. Breakfast and brunch are the biggest draw, featuring freshly baked banana bread, biscuits with country ham and gravy and that ubiquitous Charleston dish, grits. At dinner, don't miss Southern fried chicken doused with spiced peach sauce or the signature okra and shrimp beignets. Round out the meal with a slice of the house specialty -- rich, custardy, buttermilk pie.
The Greatest!. As a former resident of Charleston, I must highly recommend The Hominy Grill - especially for a WONDERFUL weekend breakfast!
Great Time Had. Try their sunday brunch, 'Shrimp a grits' a Charleston must. Also the eggplant sandwitch was a dlight.
Best In Charleston. My wife and I are former residents of Charleston and The Hominy Grill is the best in town. Best bisquits and Sweet Tea in the Low Country, and the Shrimp and Grits are best in the South.
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