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jbwalker Nov 29, 2007 06:20 AM

I was looking to hit Hominy Grill on December 22nd but it is closed over the entire Holiday weekend. Is there something we shouldn't miss? Thanks!

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    jbwalker RE: jbwalker Nov 29, 2007 09:13 AM

    P.S. Sorry, when I say Charleston I mean Charleston S.C. I shouldn't be so presumptuous as to think everyone's a mind reader. jb

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      birgator RE: jbwalker Nov 30, 2007 06:43 PM

      I'd probably pick High Cotton for brunch. Not impressed with Hominy the last time we went, so perhaps you're really not missing much. Tristan's is the only other brunch I've tried --OK but not stellar.

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      BlueHerons RE: jbwalker Dec 4, 2007 11:15 AM

      For brunch, I'd try for the earliest seating at Poogan's Porch. Gawdalmighty they have the best buiscuts in the world and the first batches are made with bacon grease. I know that sounds knarly but when you bite into one it is like heaven.

      They have my favorite southern brunch anywhere. It is much campier than Hominy Grill but I think better.

      Second on my list is the blue plate at Jestine's Kitchen.

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        jbwalker RE: BlueHerons Dec 4, 2007 08:04 PM

        How come lots of people put Justine's down? All I hear is 'it ain't all that'... what gives? I looked into Poogan's Porch and am thinking I might do it. I do have a reservation at High Cotton, it's my wife's bday and I was thinking a little snazzier but I haven't totally decided... and I like bacon grease! I hear Hominy Grill is rather 'campy' so Poogan's Porch must be like Gone With The Wind or something...

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          BlueHerons RE: jbwalker Dec 5, 2007 05:47 AM

          As far as decor goes, Hominy Grill is much nicer than Poogans.

          Personally? I love Jestines. The meatloaf and coca-cola cake are to die for. So is the fried catfish and the fried chicken.

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