12 Mar A Final Farewell
It is no secret that Charleston is known for its extravagant brunches! Since brunch is a must-do while in the area, why not combine it in your wedding weekend festivities? Farewell brunches are a great way to conclude your wedding weekend while thanking your friends + loved ones for traveling miles to celebrate with you. So you’re probably wondering, who should I invite? The answer: it is totally up to you! Yes, traditionally speaking you should invite immediate family + your wedding party, but as for the rest of your guests, there are no set rules for whom you should or should not invite. The list of places to choose from in Charleston to host a farewell brunch is endless! We listed a few of our favorites below:
Tavern & Table || 100 Church Street, Mt. Pleasant
Wanting to show your guests a different part of Charleston? If so, Tavern & Table is the perfect spot for you! Located on Shem Creek in Mount Pleasant, Tavern & Table offers a Lowcountry brunch menu, private dining space, and is only a 10-minute drive from the downtown area.
82 Queen || 82 Queen Street
Centrally located in the historic district, 82 Queen is one of Charleston’s unique historic homes converted into a restaurant. Offering private dining space, a southern brunch menu, and a small patio in the back, this charming restaurant is a great spot to say farewell to your wedding guests!
Henrietta’s || 334 Meeting Street
Hosting a smaller crowd for your farewell brunch? Henrietta’s, located inside of The Dewberry, is perfect for a more intimate brunch. This French style bistro is centrally located across from Marion Square, an easy walk from almost all hotels in the downtown area.
The Cottages on Charleston Harbor || 16 Patriots Point Road, Mt. Pleasant
The Cottages are located just over the Ravenel Bride at Patriots Point, with a view of the Charleston harbor that is just breathtaking! This venue offers both outdoor and indoor event space as well as an in-house catering team, making for a brunch to remember.
The Watch || 75 Wentworth Street
Located on the rooftop of The Restoration, The Watch presents an unbeatable view of downtown Charleston! The Watch offers private event space, handcrafted cocktails and a farm-to-table menu that will make your guests wish they didn’t have to leave Charleston!