Hominy Grill, Charleston, South Carolina

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207 Rutledge Ave

Charleston, SC 29403-5864

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(843) 937-0930

  • 3 mentions in Two day trip - what are the must sees, eats, and drinks?

    • Brew J.

      Brew J. said, "...things to do, etc. Restaurant-wise: Husk, Slightly North of Broad, and Magnolia's are amazing (with Husk being incredibly amazing). For breakfast, Hominy Grill is a classic. Drinks at the Roof Top at the Vendue Inn is great. Things to do: a carriage..." See More

    • Allie K.

      Allie K. said, "...small plates. Home Team BBQ for SC bbq, Butcher & Bee for lunch (or even better late night Friday and Saturday), Hominy Grill is a classic. For more adventurous eating try Xiao Bao Biscuit, Bowen's Island Restaurant (for Oysters!!!), The Park Cafe,..." See More

    • Brad B.

      Brad B. said, "...If you don't go to Hominy Grill for shrimp and grits you might as well just stay home. Besides that don't miss Husk, FIG, and Craftsmen. The market and the carriage rides may seem like tourist traps but they actually are pretty..." See More

  • 2 mentions in Dinner with family in Charleston tonight...

    • Eric S.

      Eric S. said, "...Hank's Seafood is a great Seafood place; also you could try Slightly North of Broad (SNOB), also Hominy Grill. Enjoy!..." See More

    • Susan J.

      Susan J. said, "...Here's a suggestion for Saturday morning: 1. Hominy Grill- order the shrimp and grits and the Charleston nasty biscuit (fried chicken, sausage gravy, and cheese on a biscuit -- oh my!). Also, check out my question on Charleston (I was there..." See More

  • 1 mention in Newbie in Charleston, How to Spend an Afternoon

    • Brew J.

      Brew J. said, "...just enjoy some of the incredible food and bar/restaurant hop. Amazing food and restaurant choices that really highlight the city's culture. Hominy Grill is the quintessential breakfast/lunch place for southern comfort food, Husk is one of the best restaurants in the country,..." See More

  • 1 mention in How long should I plan to visit Charleston, SC

    • Brew J.

      Brew J. said, "...with one or multiple walking tours. We did a Civil War walking tour that was amazing. Restaurant-wise, you have incredible choices, Hominy Grill is the quintiessential breakfast/lunch place for southern comfort food, Husk is one of the best restaurants in the country,..." See More

  • 1 mention in Where to stay in Charleston?

    • June B.

      June B. said, "...good. Try Fish for early dinner at a great price, Stars and on and on. OH yes, a must do is Hominy Grill for real southern fare. OK, gotta stop, but you get my drift...." See More

  • 1 mention in Afternoon in Charleston

    • Lissa W.

      Lissa W. said, "...I had time and a car, I'd visit a plantation and/or Folly Beach . Be sure to try Jestine's Kitchen or Hominy Grill- you'll scrape your plates clean!..." See More

  • 1 mention in Foodies in Charleston

    • Bryson M.

      Bryson M. said, "...some things to do around town (full disclosure, I work for with RootsRated): http://rootsrated.com/charleston-sc Eating at Poe's Tavern is a must! Hominy Grill is also a great spot for some southern food for your soul!..." See More

  • 1 mention in Best Local Restaurant

    • Sean K.

      Sean K. said, "...I would go to the Hominy Grill on Rutledge Ave Great place that fits your bill to a "T". Also home in on upper King Street from the 300 block on for loads of great places. For a great lunch try King..." See More

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