In Mt. Pleasant, it seems as if a new restaurant is launched about every other day. With such a fantastic selection to choose from, it might prove an uphill task trying to separate the truly mundane from the truly magnificent and you might find yourself sifting through a never-ending list of yelp reviews. When people visit Charleston, aside from trying to avoid overspending and getting into financial hot water with lenders, discovering the drink and food scene is often at the top of their bucket list of things to do. With a countless number of bars and restaurants in downtown Charleston alone, it is the ideal place for those seeking to indulge in libations and local cuisine. From fancy rooftop spaces to outdoor breweries, Charleston offers one of the most promising and delightful scenes. Luckily, we have an excellent recommendation for all food enthusiasts intending to gracing the City of Charleston with their presence. Featuring award-winning wings, house-smoked BBQ, fresh seafood, and local craft beer, The Rusty Rudder is the go-to destination if you are seeking bar dishes in Mt. Pleasant. You might be drawn by the fried oysters or mac ‘n’ cheese, but the extensive beer selection, lively atmosphere, and outstanding service will keep you here. The Mt. Pleasant establishment is a fantastic place to have a bite with your lads, or if you are seeking the best of what Charleston’s fantastic bar scene has to offer
Established by Brian Johnston and Eric Paul, The Rusty Rudder is a delightful dining area in Mt Pleasant. The Rusty Rudder comprises one of Cornelius’ most essential waterfront commercial parcels. The close to the 5-acre site includes various wooden structures, boat slips, warehouses, and prefab boat storage. The tiki bar at Rusty Rudder is one of Cornelius’ most loved outdoor spaces.
Rusty Rudder’s Brunch menu features various selections of omelets, benedicts, and entrees. The omelets are served with your choice of grits or hash brown casserole, and biscuit or toast. Seafood omelet features shrimp, cheddar, spinach, and tomato. The garden omelet features asparagus, pepper, parmesan cheese, and onion. The lowest-priced omelet selection on Rusty Rudder’s menu is the barbeque pork which comprises house-smoked pork, onion, cheese, and pepper. Another popular omelet selection is the three meat omelet which comprises ham, bacon, sausage, and cheese. As for the benedicts, you can choose from a selection of grits and hashbrown casserole. One of the popular benedict selections is the Oyster Rockefeller which comprises fried oyster, parmesan cheese with a traditional hollandaise, toasted English muffin, and sauteed spinach bacon. The barbeque pork benedict features house-smoked pulled pork mustard barbeque hollandaise, and buttermilk. Another exciting item in Rusty Rudder’s selection of benedicts is the Ham which features country, a traditional hollandaise, and toasted English muffin. The crab benedict incorporates crab cakes with old bay hollandaise over toasted English muffin.
If you thought the brunch menu couldn’t get any more exciting, you might want to scroll your eyes down to the entrees section of the brunch menu. The entree selection with the highest price is the Brisket Hash which goes for $14 and consists of peppers, potatoes, onions, jack, and cheddar cheese, and the traditional hollandaise served over cornbread. The Brisket Hash is accompanied by bacon maple cornbread and 2 eggs made in a style of your choice. The Mornay is 8 oz. burger with a fried egg topping fried green tomato, bacon, mornay sauce over an English muffin, and is accompanied with a hash brown casserole. Another entree that promises to delight is the smothered yard bird which features a boneless southern fried chicken and buttermilk biscuit smothered in Rusty Rudder’s sausage gravy with two eggs made in a style of your choice. The lowest-priced entree is the Country Plate and comprises two eggs made in a style of your choice, accompanied by hashbrown casserole or grit, toast or biscuit, and bacon.