There’s a little spot on the “strip” of Sullivan’s Island where we’ve eaten dinner, but never brunch.

A few different people had told us their brunch was one of the best in the area, so we decided to go check it out and see what all the talk was about. Obstinate Daughter’s brunch delivered and delivered big.

Their ambiance feels like you’re walking into something good. It’s nautical, beachy, casual, chic, comfy, and all together classy.

We started with one of their homemade, fresh every day cinnamon rolls and bloody mary’s. The cinnamon roll was pure melt in your mouth goodness with just the right amount of sweetness. When they run out, they run out; so if they still have them when you go, be sure to put your order in. And their bloody’s are orange and well, let’s just say they grow on you.

Of course we had to wash all this down with something cold, so our table ordered champagne and orange juice with our meal. A delicious twist on the traditional mimosa that our friends taught us – get a Son of a Peach beer to mix in with the champagne and splash of OJ. It takes like… another.

For brunch we ordered oysters, pizza (some of the best I’ve tasted in Charleston), the salmon flatbread, and the egg croissant sandwich. Every bite was better than the last. And the attentive service was the whip cream on top of our proverbial sundae. 

 

Obstinate Daughter has character, serves food with soul that is sourced locally, and delivers an exceptional experience.