207 Rutledge Ave, Charleston, SC, USA
Hominy Grill Charleston Reviews
tasty southern cooking Sep 06, 2008
This was one of the better breakfast restaurants we enjoyed on our recent trip to Charleston. While the homemade sausage did not live up to the reviews we had read online, the shrimp and grits was AWESOME. The buttery grits had bits of scallion and bacon in them and made for a filling first meal that kept us satisfied for more than 5 hours on our tours!
There are lots of traditional southern breakfast items to choose from (including shrimp and grits and smothered biscuits and gravy which our group agreed were terrific). They also served us buttermilk pie which was rich but tasty and very unique.
The bill for 3 meals with water, 1 appetizer, and 3 desserts came to roughly $25/per person. While not the cheapest restaurant in town for breakfast, it was certainly one of the tastiest. Parking can easily be found all along the sidestreets around the restaurant. The waitstaff was courteous and very friendly. Overall, a great experience!
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