Boulevard Diner keeps 'em full and happy in Mt. Pleasant and James Island with a simple formula: gut-busting portions and reasonable prices. Part of Sal Parco's restaurant dynasty (which includes Mustard Seed, Sette, Long Point Grill, Village Bakery, and Uno Mas), Boulevard is a classic diner that serves old-fashioned comfort food. Oversized omelets, stacks of buttermilk pancakes, and breakfast sandwiches make up the morning fare, while at lunch there are more than two dozen salads and sandwiches to choose from. These include a few Southern touches, like crab cake sliders and the grilled pimento cheese, plus classics from farther off, like the Kentucky Hot Brown and a tasty pastrami on rye. At night, big entrée plates include country-fried steak, Cajun meatloaf, and a buttermilk-battered and fried boneless chicken platter. Like all of Parco's establishments, Boulevard will leave your belly full without emptying your wallet. —Robert Moss, Dish (Summer 2012)
Traditional dinner menu with interesting twists. Wide variety of side dishes and desserts.