We blame it on the Redneck Rolls. The fried barbecue and cheese spring rolls were all the magic voodoo Page’s needed to basically print money. This big Mt. Pleasant restaurant sees lines out the door every Sunday for it’s brunch, but really any time of day you’re going to find it a full restaurant. That’s because the service is always friendly, the environment welcoming to even the most rambunctious tot, and the food of the stick to your ribs variety. Page’s menu is massive, befitting the restaurant’s come one, come all attitude. You’ll find Southern classics like chicken fried steak, shrimp and grits, and fried green tomatoes, not to mention chicken livers. But there’s also a burger to satisfy even the pickiest tween. And, because Page’s knows you’re bringing the whole fam, they’ve got plenty of beer, wine, and Bloody Marys to make dinner bearable. —Kinsey Gidick (Dish, Summer 2018)

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Old-fashioned home-cooking Southern food with blue plate specials and seafood platters.

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Hours: Breakfast, Lunch (Daily)
Dinner (Mon.-Sat.)
Weekend Brunch
Price: $$

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