I don’t think there are two words that excite me (and most Charlestonians) more than booze and brunch. HoM is known for their happy hour, great burgers, and epic ping pong games. They are bringing that same excitement to the brunch crowd by adding their own twist to classic brunch favorites such as mimosas and brunch burgers. Keep reading to find out what these twists are!
I ate a $26 burger recently at Palmetto Cafe, and I believe price directly correlates to enjoyment. That pricey burger had to live up to 26-dollars-worth of standards, and the poor thing failed to impress. I doubt paying three dollars extra for the addition of lobster and bearnaise would have made a big difference in terms of enjoyment because I would've had even higher expectations.
Tater Tots, those lunchroom classics invented by the brothers behind Ore-Ida to turn potato sludge into money, have become a staple dish in Charleston's bar scene.
HoM isn't just about burgers anymore. The Upper King Street ping-pong joint has updated its burger-heavy menuwith lots of new choices, including several vegetarian options and a vegan-friendly sweet potato and black bean burger.
It may be hot outside but that thermometer hitting 95 degrees isn't all bad. To celebrate HōM is serving 95 cent burgers from 4-7 p.m. HōM owner Pete Smith says, “The Charleston summer heat rarely receives a warm welcome, but burgers are a summer tradition. We want everyone to enjoy a classic burger and celebrate the first day of summer weather.”
The burgers are available while supplies last.
Are you feeling hot to tot? Then HōM has your fix. On Sat. April 28, HōM hosts Charleston’s first Tater Tot Crawl.
Known for its killer burgers and heavenly tots, HoM may not be the first restaurant you think of when you're craving a light, springtime meal. Well, go ahead and leave your preconceived foodie notions at the door — the upper King eatery is now offering a fresh Spring menu complete with vegan and vegetarian options, inventive sandwiches, and light and bright cocktails.
Charleston is a drinker’s town. There are over 160 bars here, which works out to about 1.25 bars for every 1,000 residents (for you math nerds).