On weekends, it’s not unusual to find a crowd of diners waiting on the sidewalk outside of Charleston’s Café — it’s an in-demand spot for a big hearty brunch. They’re lining up for waffles, pancakes, and French toast piled high with fruit and dusted with powdered sugar, or to build their own omelets from a choice of two dozen ingredients. The Café’s signature potato casseroles start with a layer of fried potato “chippers” that get loaded down with a pile of tempting toppings. The names are taken from local islands, like the Wadmalaw, with broccoli, tomatoes, and squash or the Kiawah, with a thick blanket of cheddar cheese and sausage gravy. At lunch, the fare shifts to salads and sandwiches with interesting twists, like a blackened salmon BLT and turkey panini with a zippy horseradish cranberry sauce. —Robert Moss Dish (Winter 2015)

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The old Bookstore Cafe gets taken over by the kids and moved to Mt. Pleasant where they still serve big breakfasts and those addictive potato casseroles.

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Hours: Breakfast, Lunch, & Weekend Brunch.
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