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Millers All Day
Leslie Ryann McKellar

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Look Inside Millers All Day, Where Brunch is King

Opening this weekend

Erin Perkins is the editor of Eater Carolinas, covering the food and restaurant scene across North and South Carolina.

On Saturday, March 10, at 7 a.m., hotly anticipated neighborhood restaurant Millers All Day will unlock the doors. Taking the place of the former Bull Street Gourmet on Lower King, the forthcoming brunch-heavy eatery looks nothing like its predecessor. The new interiors combine mid-century modern touches, bright colors, a bar under a glowing PRESCRIPTIONS sign, an espresso bar, a wall of dry goods, and an actual mill.

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 will operate 7 days a week, from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. at 120 King St.

Take a look at the photos by Leslie Ryann McKellar here, along with the menus.

Millers All Day
Leslie Ryann McKellar

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