Sunday, November 17, 2013


Who's excited for one awesome brunch?  Husk has been voted as one of the top 10 restaurants in the country and the "Best New Restaurant in 2011" by Bon Appetite Magazine and Southern Living Magazine.  This just a simple snippet of a great dining experience.  Try Husk for lunch and dinner too.  They change their menu often but check out what is on Husk's menu today. 


{BRUNCH November 17th, 2013}

BBQ Pork Ribs, Slow Smoked over Pecan Shells, Glazed with Scallion BBQ $14
White Lily Buttermilk Biscuits with TN Country Ham and Cornmeal Gravy $8
HUSK Boiled Peanuts with Pickled JalapeƱos $7
Bibb Salad with Marinated Tomatoes, Shaved Onion and Roasted Beets, Asher Blue Cheese, Buttermilk Dressing $11
Braised Rabbit Stew with Black Pepper Dumplins’ $12
Johnny Cakes with TN Cheddar Pimento Cheese, Pickled Ramps and Scallions, Crispy Country Ham $11
Smoky Chicken Wings Dusted with HUSK BBQ Rub and Chives $9

Cornmeal Dusted NC Catfish, Fried Cabbage and Butterbeans, Tomato Gravy and Chow Chow $14
TN Country Ham Monte Cristo with TN Cheddar, Smoky Apple Honey Mustard, Fried Potato Wedges $16
NC Flat Iron with Bacon Glazed Fingerling Potatoes, Oyster Mushrooms and Broccoli, Fried Farm Egg $17
HUSK Cheeseburger with Fried Potato Wedges $11
Farm Egg Omelet with Sweet Onion and Malabar Spinach, TN Cheddar, Smoky Tomatoes $13
SC Shrimp and Geechie Boy Grits, Smoked Tomatoes, Peas, HUSK Streak O’Lean and Poached Farm Egg $16
BBQ Suckling Pig Cooked over Embers, with Creamy Grits, Fall Greens and Poached Egg $17
Wood Fired Buttermilk Pancakes with VA Maple Syrup and NC Mountain Butter $14

Geechie Boy Grits with TN Cheddar
Two Celeste Farm Eggs, Your Way
Allan Benton’s Bacon

Grab a tasty bloody mary while you wait out on the beautiful, picturesque porch.  

Alice + Olivia  Skirt

Watch the horse drawn carriages as they pass by down Queen Street.

If the weather is ideal try to get a seat on the porch, it is worth the wait.

Mimosas and strawberry Arbita beer...

Here it is, the SC Shrimp and Geechie Boy Grits.  Best shrimp and grits in town and best I have ever tasted anywhere...

Roasted beet and arugula salad...

Cornmeal dusted catfish with butter beans and fried cabbage...

We rode our bicycles home to burn off the yummy brunch we just enjoyed.  You can rent bicycles in town here.  Some Inns in Charleston have bicycles you can use while you stay.  Try the Vendue Inn and Elliott House Inn downtown, they are two that I know of with bicycles.  The Vendue has the rooftop restaurant called the Library and the Elliot House has a little hot tub in the courtyard.  

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