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Hominy Grill

  • 207 Rutledge Ave. Map It
  • Cannonborough
  • American

Known for

  • The standard bearer for shrimp and grits
  • The Charleston Nasty, a heart-stopping chicken biscuit with gravy
  • Low-key Southern charm and hospitality

Published 10/16/2017

Fodor's Review

The wooden barber poles from the last century still frame the door of this homespun café and Lowcountry landmark. Chef Robert Stehling is a Carolina boy who lived in New York; that dichotomy shows in his "uptown" comfort food. Chalkboard specials are often the way to go here, whether you are visiting for breakfast or lunch. From the tempting catfish po-boy to the andouille-adorned Lowcountry shrimp bog, it's understandable if you over-order.

Restaurant Information


207 Rutledge Ave., Charleston, South Carolina, 29403, USA

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Restaurant Details:

  • Breakfast and lunch only

Published 10/16/2017


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