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Bull Street Gourmet Begins Transition to Miller’s All Day

What to expect at 120 King St.

Future home of Miller’s All Day
Erin Perkins
Erin Perkins is the editor of Eater Carolinas.

The shuttered Bull Street Gourmet space will soon be replaced with brunch-heavy concept Miller’s All Day. The forthcoming restaurant will be the work of restaurant consultant/chef Nathan Thurston (most recently of The Darling Oyster Bar) and Geechie Boy farmer/miller Greg Johnsman.

Brown paper covers the windows at 120 King St. to hide the transformation of the dining room into a “contemporary and fresh” space.

Miller’s All Day will operate seven days a week, with breakfast, lunch, and, eventually, dinner services. The menu will focus heavily on brunch items, traditional Southern and Charleston dishes, and specialty produce from Johnsman’s farm.

Thurston and Johnsman are currently searching for a chef with both pastry and culinary training to join the team. Miller’s All Day is expected to open during the summer of 2017.

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