(Photo: Halls Chophouse)
Halls Chophouse – Come for the Gospel Singers, stay for the food. Hals hosts a Gospel Sunday brunch from 10-2 each weekend and the fun and lively atmosphere is a perfect place to keep the New Year’s celebration going. 434 King St.
(Photo: Cannon Green)
Cannon Green – The Sunday brunch menu features classics such as French toast, hearty omelets, and seasonal tostadas. Here brunch is served until 3pm for those who need a little more rest. 103 Spring St.
(Photo: Hominy Grill Nasty Biscuit / Fig and the Wasp)
Hominy Grill – A popular and relaxed spot for brunch featuring lowcountry favorites such as the ‘Big Nasty Biscuit’ in the above image. 207 Rutledge Ave.
(Photo: Poogan’s Porch)
Poogan’s Porch – From perfectly flakey biscuits to the most amazing pimento cheese fritters, the food at Poogan’s Porch will be sure to satisfy any pallet. 72 Queen St.
ISLE OF THE PALMS
(Photo: ACME Lowcountry Kitchen/ Trip Advisor)
ACME Lowcountry Kitchen – Rustic and Cozy restaurant a block from the beach. With over four styles of shrimp and grits, ACME will be your new favorite spot. 31 J.C. Long Blvd.
(Photo: Home Team BBQ/ Charlesmopolitan)
Home Team BBQ – We have recommended it before and we will continue to recommend it until the end of time. If you are looking for the best BBQ in town, or if you want to keep the party going make Home Team your squad’s headquarters this New Years. 2209 Middle St.
(Photo: Jonathan Boncek, Charleston City Paper)
Red Drum – Offering one of the only Tex Mex brunches in town, head to Red Drum for an incredible Huevos Rancheros or Fork & Knife Tacos. Traditional brunch items, such as French Toast, are also on the menu and don’t forget about the bottomless mimosas. 803 Coleman Blvd.
Lost Dog Cafe – This iconic and cozy cafe features all day breakfast and the best cinnamon rolls to help nurse even the worst New Year’s Eve hangover. Salads, sandwiches and wraps also served. Dogs welcome on the patio. 106 West Huron Ave.