Monday, August 30, 2010

Hall's Chophouse (King Street)

Gospel Brunch! There's nothing like jamming out to gospel music when eating. Makes for a delightful Sabbath day, as well as set Hall's Chophouse apart from other brunch venues. I had the Halls Chop Salad (peppers, cucumbers, black eyed peas, bacon, feta cheese, green peppercorn buttermilk dressing).
The main course was Crabcake Eggs Benedict (jumbo lump crab cakes, wilted arugula, roasted pepper-Creole hollandaise, pepper jack grits or potatoes).

Hall's Chop Salad

Crabcake Eggs Benedict

The bad: I couldn't find anything bad about this brunch. The courses that I had met expectations. Did not exceed, but still enjoyed the meal. 
The good: Service was fantastic, the bread was like a fried custard eggy thing (delicious), and of course, gospel music during the meal. 
In conclusion: Great place to take visitors to experience the brunch the southern way!
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1 comment:

  1. Hi - just curious about your experience. My mom and I just tried the gospel brunch this past Sunday and had to wait around 45 minutes to get our food. The manager said that's par for the course - that they don't like to rush people, but that was a little hard to believe considering we were just drinking bellinis and eating bread and would have loved to have more food, as it was already nearing 2 p.m. and we had to wait for a table even though we had 1 p.m. reservations. Just wondering if you had to wait that long for your food?