Closed For Business

Review by: indielass

Best known for its huge selection of draught beers, Closed For Business also is a good place for burgers, Sunday brunch, and fried oysters.

What To Eat

Red Flannel Hash

Oyster Omelet

French Toast

Soft Shell Crab Toast


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One Response to “Closed For Business”

Shannon Martin

May 6th, 2011

Downtown Charleston offers a mind-boggling number of dining choices. Our latest trip to the Lowcountry yielded a gem on King Street. Closed For Business is best known as an ale house, offering the Southeast’s largest selection of draught beers. Beyond the forty-plus taps gracing the hand-hewn bar is a kitchen putting a new spin on Southern grub with unique flavors and textures, and locally sourced ingredients.

We wrangled a table for brunch on a Sunday morning. Placing us at a table in one of the open-air alcoves, our server suggested we begin with a pot of French press coffee with cream from a local dairy. Soft rock from the 70s and 80s played in the background while we perused local menu choices ranging from red flannel hash to the luscious oyster omelet. Timid palates can feast on local, house-ground beef burgers, over-sized plates of housemade sausage and eggs, or buttermilk waffles. Our hungry group sampled that hash and omelet, along with blueberry bread French toast and soft-shell crab toast.

Brunch is served every Sunday from 10am to 3pm.


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