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Located in downtown Charleston just a short drive from Isle of Palms, Hall’s Chophouse is as famous for its succulent, sizeable portions as it is for the elegance of its fine dining steakhouse atmosphere. The restaurant also hosts an incredible Sunday Gospel Brunch, during which patrons can enjoy soulful live gospel music while they eat. It’s an ideal place to go out for a fancy dinner or a wholesome brunch with the family. Learn more about Hall’s Chophouse below!

Mouthwatering Steakhouse Classics in nearby Charleston

Hall’s Chophouse restaurant specializes in aged prime steaks, fresh seafood, and decadent cuts of veal, pork, and roasted chicken. However, despite being a haven for meat-lovers, the restaurant is also very good about accommodating vegan and vegetarian diners. The Sunday Gospel Brunch menu starts off with appetizers like she crab soup, shrimp cocktail, fried green tomatoes, oysters Rockefeller, and classic salads. Omelettes and eggs Benedicts are topped with fresh local ingredients and various cuts of steak or jumbo lump crab cakes. Breakfast classics like French toast are served alongside Southern staples such as sweet baked potato pancakes, biscuits and gravy, and shrimp and grits. You can even start your day off with an eight-ounce filet mignon! Pair your meal with classic brunch cocktails like bellinis, mimosas, and Bloody Marys. For dinner, the appetizer menu expands to include broiled Alaskan King Crab leg, fried calamari, prime steak tartare, stuffed mushrooms, and “bacon steak.” Steaks are divided into wet-aged cuts like bone-in rib eye and Kansas City bone-in strip, dry-aged New York strip and Tomahawk rib eye, Red’s porterhouse, grass-fed filet mignon, and Japanese wagyu filet—a decadently marbled high-end steak priced at $29.00 per ounce. Other rich, gourmet meat dishes include quail, braised duck, veal chop, lamb racks, seared scallops and ahi tuna, wild salmon, chilled lobster tails and stone crab claws, seafood towers, and oysters on the half shell. The restaurant is open for dinner daily from 4:00pm to 2:00am on Monday through Friday, from 4:00pm to 12:00am on Saturdays, and from 5:00pm to 11:00pm on Sundays. As mentioned previously, Sunday Gospel Brunch takes place on Sunday mornings, from 10:00am to 2:00pm.

Halls Chophouse In South Carolina

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