Our final brunch in Charleston at Palmetto Café was delightful, which is located just steps away from the Gucci store at Belmond Charleston Place. It may seem like I say every meal we had in Charleston was one of my favorites because I only write about the very best places we’ve eaten. Believe me when I say that this was one of the best brunches I’ve had in ages.
Charleston Grill, located inside Belmond Charleston Place in Charleston, SC, is equal parts jazz club and refined dining haven. Guided by Executive Chef Michelle Weaver, often called “Charleston’s Slow Food Maestro, diners at Charleston Grill bask in Lowcountry delights. Dining here felt as though we had stepped back in time, to a more elegant and sophisticated time when things moved at a more relaxed pace.
Belmond, owned by LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton as of 2019, is one of the world’s most iconic and well-respected hospitality providers, and if you ask me, they are the blueprint for luxury travel experiences. I’ve always dreamed of traversing Europe via their Venice Simplon-Orient-Express train, and they were our first choice when we visited Venice, Italy before I really started writing about our travels, so I was thrilled when they wanted to work with me during our travels to Charleston, South Carolina. A visit to Belmond Charleston Place is a vacation in and of itself, so allow me to introduce you to all that they offer in this elegant Lowcountry hideaway.