click to enlarge Smoked pork chop

Jonathan Boncek

Smoked pork chop

The Granary on Coleman Blvd. is spacious and contemporary. The upscale comfort food fare will fill you up, so come hungry, and wear your loosest pants. If you don’t want to be too much of a hedonist, go with the butcher board a generous display of house-made charcuterie. The fennel-infused Finocchiona salami, super spicy coppa, and country pâté are excellent, as are the accompanying bread and butter pickles. Pair your weeknight bites with a refreshing happy hour special like the Mt. Pleasant Margarita — silver tequila, pura vida naranja, lime, coconut water, and lavender. Otherwise, show up for a truly decadent Sunday brunch, with menu items like a blueberry cream cheese French Toast plated atop a lemon curd and covered with blueberries, strawberries, and bourbon maple syrup. Unabashedly sweet, it’s certain to satisfy the cravings of anyone hoping to start the day with a sugar rush. —Vanessa Wolf (Dish, Summer 2018)

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Quality farm-to-table fare for the Mt. Pleasant folk.

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Hours: Dinner (Wed.-Mon.) Sun. Brunch
Price: $$$

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