You know you are in the South when biscuits come with just about everything you eat. And we aren’t complaining! In Charleston, these four spots have perfected the art of the fluffy, buttery biscuit.
Callie’s Hot Little Biscuit – 476 King Street
What else can we say that wasn’t in that stomach growl-inducing video? Named after her mother, Carrie Morey and her team of bakers are hand-rolling some of the most magical biscuits we’ve ever had. Stop by the storefront to eat them fresh, or order them frozen and pop ‘em in the oven later. Your guests will approve.
Hominy Grill – 207 Rutledge Avenue
These lofty, melt-in-your-mouth biscuits are the lovechild of Robert Stehling, Hominy’s James Beard Award-winning chef. Whisked together with butter and lard and baked a golden brown, it is no surprise one of the the best Southern cuisine restaurants in the Holy City is also churning out one of the best biscuits you’ll ever have.
Husk – 76 Queen Street
From one James Beard Award-winning chef to the next, Chef Sean Brock is the man behind some of the best food in America, and that includes his delicious biscuits. Husk is serving up plates of mouth-watering buttermilk biscuits to the brunch crowd. Wait, another reason to go to brunch? Your welcome.
Ms. Rose’s Fine Food and Cocktails – 1090 Sam Rittenberg Boulevard
When you’re in the mood for a heavenly biscuit no matter what time of day, make your way over to this gem in West Ashley. Ms. Rose’s is crafting massive, delicious, fill-you-up-good biscuits all day long, both with entrees and as an appetizer. Be sure to slice these bad boys open and lather on their strawberry jam for the complete tasty experience.
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