Jubilant Sunday Brunch
And so the time came to share the rich bounty of Charleston’s cheer with our family and friends. With so many memorable meals and unforgettable experiences to draw from, we finally opted to channel the easy refinement of the cozy secret garden nooks South of Broad, and the dreamy front porch at Zero George Street; the casual-chic premise of Rebecca Wesson Darwin’s double-piazza party style and the welcoming innovation of HUSK’s dinner and bar; the ‘down to the tiniest detail’ thoughtfulness of The Ordinary and the cozy camaraderie at Callie’s HLB. The result is a festive Sunday of comfort fare, football and quality time for waxing poetic about the Holy City over plenty of punch.
THE SUNDAY BRUNCH MENU
Charleston Light Dragoon’s Punch + Bourbon Spiced Pecans
Inspired by our friends at The Bar at HUSK and G&G Mercantile Co., the fun and festive punch pairs perfectly with these addictive spicy-sweet pecans.
Callie’s Hot Little Biscuits + HUSK’s Pimento Cheese & Benne Seed Crackers + Oyster Sliders + Sunday Sticky Buns + Cheesy Golden Grits
This brunch buffet is inspired by Charleston’s best twists on the Southern classics.
COTTON BOLL – MAGNOLIA LEAF – MERCURY GLASS – HOLLY BERRY
THE FLORALS + CENTERPIECE
Pair raw cotton boll bundles with seasonal trimmings: foliage in fall, noble fir during the holidays, twine or burlap in spring, olive leaf or sweet florals in summer.
May We Suggest…
A tablecloth in rich, durable damask is an effortless canvas for the guest of honor at any buffet: the food! Try pairing heirloom platters of varying scale with pedestals or footed bowls for an enticing spread. Break out the fine china and twinkling mercury glass to give your brunch an added pinch of festivity.
May We Suggest…
LE JACQUARD FRANCAIS TABLECLOTH
SELENITE FIREPLACE LOGS
MARBLE & WOOD CAKE STAND
POTTERY BARN MERCURY GLASS PILLARS
Our jubilant playlist picks recall being serenaded by JohnnySwim beneath the Charles Towne Spanish moss, toe tapping to Darius while awaiting Callie’s hot little biscuits, and car singing to Tim McGraw and Jake Owen on the radio en route to Kiawah Island.