From lavender scented brioche to hand-cut currant bread stuffed with cinnamon apples to brandy and praline topped french toast, the Lowcountry’s skillful chefs put innovative (and scrumptious) twists on this brunch classic. Make reservations at TOAST! of Charleston to sample the Deluxe French Toast, a dish recommended by the New York Times, gather around at The Grocery for Vanilla Mascarpone Stuffed French Toast, topped with cherry compote and walnut crumble, or head to Halls Chophouse to enjoy two slices of brioche french toast topped with espresso mascarpone cream while swaying along to the sweet sounds of live gospel music. More of our must-visit spots for this breakfast staple include Eli’s Table, Cannon Green, Old Village Post House Inn, and Poogan’s Porch.
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