Are you a fan of grits every which way? Are you a seafood fanatic every time you visit a coastal town? Grace & Grit provides both the grits and the locally sourced seafood at their warm and cozy location sure to bring you the tastes of Charleston and the Lowcountry during your trip to the southeastern coast.
Grace & Grit is serving up a delicious brunch on weekends where you can delve into all of the grits, seafood, and breakfast classics with a Charleston twist and share drinks amongst friends. With starters like the Crab Chowder and Grit Flight (featuring pimento cheese grits, blueberry grits, peaches n' cream grits, and a Brussel pesto grits), your meal is off to a hearty start. Brunch items include plenty of Southern favorites like a Fried Oyster Poboy, Fried Chicken Livers, Local Shrimp Boiled Peanut Succotash, and the classic Shrimp N' Grits. If you prefer a sweeter take on brunch, the "Johnny Cake" Pancakes with blueberry jam and whipped cream, the Coconut Cream Grits, or the Smoked Pecan and Maple Grits are sure to satisfy any sugary and sweet craving.
If grits are your main goal for breakfast, Grace & Grit has a menu full of 16 different types of grits: pimento cheese, smoked gouda, she-crab, red rice, jalapeno cheddar, coconut cream, smoked pecan & maple, truffle, smoked tomato & feta, Brussels pesto, local brie, goat cheese, parmesan, blueberry, smoked bacon, and peaches n' cream. Breakfast benedicts more your thing? G&G has five different types to choose from: the non-traditional, the fried oyster, the smoked bacon, the fried green tomato, and the filet benedicts.
Dinner at G&G is stacked with seafood choices like Fried Oysters to Local Peel & Eat Shrimp to the Whole Fried Local Fish. All grits choices are available at dinner with filling desserts to conclude your meal. The dessert menu is full of sweet and unique options like the Grit Brulee, S'more Hot Pudding Cake, Coconut Cream Pie, and a Local Strawberry Shortcake. Looking to enjoy a drink with dinner? G&G is home to the first and largest bourbon bar in Mt. Pleasant, SC. Choose from over 160+ bourbons to pair with your Lowcountry-inspired meal.
Cover photo by Paul Cheney via Grace & Grit.