Several restaurants have added brunch and Sunday specials to the lineup.
Over at Carolina’s, Chef Jeremiah Bacon has crafted a menu intriguing enough to drag you out of bed at a reasonable hour on Sunday. There’s Red Flannel Hash with a poached egg, a duck confit omelet, and drink specials like $8 bottomless mimosas and belllinis, plus a custom Bloody Mary menu and half-price bottles of wine for bottles under $75. They’ll kick-off brunch this Sunday from 11 a.m.-2:30 p.m., and to make it even more appealing, they’ll park your car for free.
If you’re concerned your Sunday afternoon appearance would scare the after-church family crowds that might congregate in Carolina’s, perhaps you ought to try Mad River Bar and Grille. They’ve also added brunch where they have bottomless pitchers of mimosas for $10 and Absolut Bloody Marys for $15. The menu at the Market Street eatery lets you build-your-own omelet or pancakes, and they also have something called Drunken French Toast. A little hair of the dog, maybe?
In Mt. Pleasant, the Old Village Post House also serves a solid brunch and they’ve introduced a wicked $3 mimosa special from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. on Sundays to go with brunch offerings like crab cakes benedict, brioche French toast, seared jumbo scallops, and the Village Cheeseburger.
And if you just can’t drag your ass out of bed before 5 p.m., you could roll on over to Vickery’s downtown for Soul Food Sundays. From 5-10 p.m., they serve a meat-and-two menu with every soul food “meat” you can think of: meatloaf, barbecue ribs, baked chicken, fried fish. The veggies are all made in-house and range from string beans and collards to mac and cheese and garlic mashed potates. It’s a deal, too, at $7.95 a plate.