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“Potato Cakes”
Review of Bluegrass Kitchen

Bluegrass Kitchen
Ranked #10 of 294 Restaurants in Charleston
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: US$8 - US$21
Cuisines: American
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Good for: Romantic, Bar Scene, Child-friendly, Local cuisine, Business meetings
Dining options: After-hours, Lunch, Dinner, Breakfast, Reservations
Description: Charleston's authentic farm-to-table made-from-scratch modern comfort food restaurant. With a legion of chefs who caringly practice the art of food, BgK offers delicious brunch, dinner, and desserts for hungry vegetarians, meat connoisseurs, and everyone in-between. In the circa 1920 building with pressed tin ceilings and exposed architecture, Bluegrass also serves as a gallery for local artists. In the Tap room there's live original acoustic music most nights, with finely crafted cocktails, a curated wine list & a bounty of beers. Close to West Virginia's beautiful capitol grounds the family-owned and operated Bluegrass Kitchen has been featured in The New York Times and Wall Street Journal as well as Bon Appetit, Garden & Gun, Taste of the South magazines and many more.
Reviewed 24 June 2018

We were here for Brunch! The potato cakes were amazing...best I have ever ordered. There was some flavor, I couldn’t figure it out which made it incredible. The Quiche was ok but the eggs bene were fantastic. The Bloody Marys were house made and not some nasty pre mix. Service was great as usual.
Only issue, smelled of stale beer when you first walk in door.

Thank Raiders1017
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Reviewed 19 June 2018

this farm to table restaurant, in an old corner building in Charleston did not disappoint. We thought their food very fresh, well prepared, generous portions and despite a small menu, a nice variety. The chicken and dumplings and the meatloaf were favorites. And don't miss a slice of the buttermilk pie for dessert!

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Reviewed 4 June 2018

Originally was attracted to this restaurant by the music. Knowing we'd be stopping in Charleston on a Tuesday, I watched some videos of Blue Yonder and was blown away by the band...great musicians having fun. The food reviews were also great, so we thought we'd check it out. We had the pickle-brined chicken and the pork chops, and all of the food was truly exceptional...tender and tasty. I thought the kale was a little strong seasoned, but good. Good beer/cider selection as well. We stayed a while after the meal to hear the band in the bar, and were just blown away with the musicianship and fun. A night to remember, and highly recommended.

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Thank JPBuddy
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Reviewed 24 May 2018 via mobile

I love coming here for brunch on the weekends! They have great, reasonably priced entres and a really good sangria set up!

Thank Shalyn C
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Reviewed 9 May 2018 via mobile

Returning daughter to school in 2015, and met up with Family for a visit/dinner.
Tasty food. Great sweet tea.

Thank CTEnglishTeacher
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