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Millers All Day Shows Off Logo on Lower King

Updates on the forthcoming brunch-centric eatery

Miller’s All Day
Erin Perkins
Erin Perkins is the editor of Eater Carolinas, covering the food and restaurant scene across North and South Carolina.

The shuttered Bull Street Gourmet space takes another step towards its new life as brunch-heavy restaurant Millers All Day. The papers in the windows declare the forthcoming presence of the new Lower King eatery with “Coming Soon” and a URL for Millers All Day.

The website is just a splash page right now, but it’s fun, casual, slightly retro, and promising brunch, lunch, and “craft cocktails,” with the slogan “Same Today Same Always.”

Restaurant consultant/chef Nathan Thurston (most recently of The Darling Oyster Bar) and Geechie Boy farmer/miller Greg Johnsman started Millers All Day and recently announced the additions of executive chef Madison Tessener and pastry chef DaVee Harned. Tessener worked in many acclaimed Charleston kitchens, such as FIG, Glass Onion, Husk, McCrady’s, and Chez Nous. Harned also worked at many high-ranking establishments, such as Wild Flour, Stars, and Kiawah Island’s Cassique Club.

Millers All Day is expected to open early this year at 120 King St.

Bull Street Gourmet Employees Say Friday Is Last Day [ECHS]
Millers All Day [Official]
All The Darling Oyster Bar Coverage [ECHS]
Geechie Boy [Official]