Located in Mount Pleasant, The Granary serves Lowcountry-Inspired New American Cuisine from esteemed chef Brannon Florie.
The Granary delivers downtown sophistication with its Lowcountry inspired menu. Crafted by esteemed chef Brannon Florie, The Granary’s menu focuses on the seasonal bounty of the region with ingredients that are sourced from local farms and purveyors. The menu boasts a selection of starters, vegetables and entrees that feature both familiar and approachable Southern staples. Entrée highlights include duck cassoulet and Shem Creek shrimp and grits, as well as smoked barbecue spiced pork chop.
The bar program, led by beverage manager Roderick Weaver, complements chef Florie’s Lowcountry inspired menu featuring an abundant selection of craft cocktails, wine and beer for the spacious 50-seat bar. Cocktails are available on tap, such as the seasonal punch and Firestarter, as well as untapped with twists on classics like The Granary Gin & Tonic and The Maine Stay.
The contemporary restaurant’s interior features dark wood tables, high ceilings, industrial chandeliers and antique farm stools. Guests are invited to dine in the large booths, at the raw bar, in the extensive bar area or out front in the al fresco dining area.
835 Coleman Blvd.
Mount Pleasant, SC 29464
Monday - Thursday:
5 - 10PM
Friday & Saturday:
5 - 11PM
Brunch: 10AM - 2PM
Dinner: 5 - 9PM
Reservations are strongly encouraged. Call (843) 216–3830 or book online with Resy.
The Granary values and celebrates its relationships with South Carolina farmers and purveyors. Through Chef Brannon Flories’ long-standing relationships, The Granary is able to offer truly local, fresh and seasonal cuisine.
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February 2017. Charleston City Paper; “Chef Brannon Florie Shares The Granary’s New Menu”
January 2017. Queen of the Food Age; “The Granary to Reopen in Mount Pleasant”
January 2017. Holy City Sinner; “The Granary to Reopen on Coleman Blvd. Next Month”
January 2017. Eater Charleston; “The Granary Moves to Coleman Boulevard With Familiar Flavors, New Faces”
January 2017. Charleston City Paper; “Roderick Hale Weaver Says Farewell to Lewis Barbecue, Hello to The Granary”
January 2017. Post and Courier; “The Granary Set to Return With Raw Bar, Patio and Roderick Weaver”
October 2016. Lifestyle Magazine; "Southern Fare with a Sophisticated Flair"
September/October 2016. Mt. Pleasant Magazine; "Golden Spoon Awards" winner
Summer 2016. Dish Dining Guide; "50 Best Restaurants in Charleston"
April 12, 2016. Local Palate-Recipes; "Clams with meyer lemon, cara cara, navel, satsuma, mandarin”
Spring 2016. Thrillist; "Best restaurants in Charleston Right Now" by Stephanie Burt
April 6, 2016. The Charleston Scene; "The Lowdown: Seven signs of spring on Lowcountry Menus" by Stephanie Burt
March/April 2016. Mount Pleasant Magazine; "Warranting Praise From Foodies and Critics Alike" by Kalene McCourt
February 19, 2016. Eater; “Top 25 Places to Eat Brunch in Charleston” by Erin Perkins
February 3, 2016. City Paper; “Taste-testing nearly 30 dishes in Limehouse Produce's Citrus Celebration” by Jessie Hazard
Winter 2016 Edition. Charleston City Paper Dish Dining Guide; "Introducing the Dish Top 50" by Robert Moss
Winter 2016 Edition. Charleston City Paper Dish Dining Guide; "They Can't Be Beet" by Robert Moss
February 2016. Mt. Pleasant Magazine Golden Spoon Awards; "Best Upscale Restaurant"
February 17, 2016. Charleston City Paper; "Searching for Nashville Hot Chicken in Charleston" by Robert Donovon
February 3, 2016. Charleston City Paper; "Taste-Testing Nearly 30 Dishes in Limehouse Produce's Citrus Celebration" by Jessie Hazard
January 6, 2016. Post and Courier Raskin Around; "Four Strong Choices for Restaurant Week Steak and Cake" by Hanna Raskin
January 2016. Thrillist; "Best Brunch in Every Charleston Neighborhood"