Fall Brunch

Missing the heat of summer? Well, fall doesn’t have to mean less sizzle, thanks to Cannon Green’s Latin Brunch. The summer staple is here for another season — perfect for a boozy Sunday, hangover cure, or just a lovely combination of lunch and breakfast.Our Latin-infused brunch utilizes recipes from Sous Chef Victor Pedroza’s mother, combined with the classical training of Chef Amalia Scatena’s kitchen. Whether you’re craving an array of small plates, like the Local Shrimp Escabeche with avocado, jicama, shiso peppers, picked jalapeño, grapefruit, and Sambal mayo or the Chicken Pate with house-made pickles, burgundy jelly, and toast, or slightly heavier fare, Sundays at the Spring Street eatery have you covered. Diablo Roja will sweat out any of last-nights over-indulgences with its chorizo, potato, egg scramble, queso fresco, and cilantro mash-up. For something on the sweeter side, nosh on the French Toast made of horchata (a spiced, almond milk mixture), brandy, mascarpone, and mixed berries. The Roasted Mayan Pork Shoulder combines pork with potato hash, Cotija cheese, and a sunny-side up egg.

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Match any of these dishes with some of Cannon Green’s delectable sides, like our refried beans, breakfast potatoes with links and green peppers, and smokey bacon. All of which pair perfectly with a Cannon Green mimosa (available by the carafe), Sunday Struggle with aquavit, Drambuie, Stiegl Raddler, Lemon, and Ginger, or the Bloody Mary with Bourbon, vodka, pepper, and lemon.

 

Cannon Green is open for dinner Tuesday – Saturday, 5 – 11 pm;
and Sunday Brunch, 11 am – 3 pm. Reservations are recommended.
Cannon  Green Charleston
103 Spring Street | 843.817.7311

 

Root Vegetable Bisque Recipe

from Chef Amalia Scatena of Cannon Green, Charleston, SC 1 cup pumpkin seeds 1 tablespoon extra virgin olive oil 1 teaspoon Harissa spice 4 ounces butter 2 rutabaga, medium diced 2 parsnips, medium diced 2 turnips, medium diced 2 carrots, medium diced 2 sweet potatoes,medium diced 2 green apples,medium diced 2 white onions,medium diced 1 head…

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Peter Weygandt Wine Dinner

Join us for a special wine dinner tasting menu with wine importer Peter Weygandt of Weygandt Wines at Cannon Green on Tuesday, February 17th at 7 pm. Purchase your tickets online via EventBrite. The evening will begin with canapés and a glass of Hubert Clavelin in the Courtyard at Cannon Green. At 7:30, guests will sit down together…

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Fall Spirits

Fall is among us. Just look around for evidence — the changing leaves, earlier sunsets, and, yes, even cocktail menus. Luckily, Cannon Green is prepared for autumn with all new cocktails, including two different but equally delicious options: the King’s Harbor Cocktail and The Tin Grouse.Helping ease our sorrows over another summer gone, the King’s Harbor Cocktail…

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Fall Brunch

Missing the heat of summer? Well, fall doesn’t have to mean less sizzle, thanks to Cannon Green’s Latin Brunch. The summer staple is here for another season — perfect for a boozy Sunday, hangover cure, or just a lovely combination of lunch and breakfast.Our Latin-infused brunch utilizes recipes from Sous Chef Victor Pedroza’s mother, combined with the classical training…

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Menu Spotlight: Chèvre Tortellini

Who’s up for an adventure? Ready? Get in your car and drive about four hours to Climax, North Carolina. Once in Climax, find Goat Lady Dairy and then try their goat cheese. Make the four hour return trek back to Charleston. Or you could just head to Cannon Green and taste the delicious fromage without leaving the peninsula….

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Our Farm Partners

Farm-to-table is more than just a buzzword at Charleston’s Cannon Green. It’s a philosophy, way of life. Plus, what better way for Chef Amalia Scatena to combine her Mediterranean expertise with Lowcountry flavor than with produce and meat that come straight from area farms. Chef Amalia exploring the ACE Basin with St. Jude Farms That egg that makes…

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Restaurant Week Fall 2015

It’s time for Charleston Restaurant Week! Enjoy our three-course Restaurant Week menu for $40/pp now through September 20. We’re also offering two featured wine specials for the occasion. Pair your meal with a bottle of Il Cantico Pinot Grigio or Blackridge Pinot Noir for $20/bottle. Click Here to View Restaurant Week Menu Can’t decide on…

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On the Wine List: Dominio Do Bibei Lalama 2011

Wine and dine with the Lalama 2011. From Dominio Do Bibei, a classic label known for its complex topography and blending of old and new, this wine marries rustic elegance and vivid flavors and will add something special to your next dinner with family, friends, or coworkers. On the Nose: Wild fruit, mountain herbs, stone…

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On the Wine List: J.L. Vergnon Champagne

This extraordinary champagne with have you searching high and low for any excuse to celebrate, but we have some fantastic news: at Cannon Green, you don’t need an excuse. Toast to the everyday with the J.L Vergnon Conversation Champagne. On the nose: Aromas of butter, biscuit, grapefruit, and hints of white flower; slight tropical notes…

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On the Wine List: Harmonie 2013

We know of few better ways to relax after a long and tiring work week than with a tasty food and wine pairing. The refreshing Michel Delhommeau Harmonie Muscadet Sevre et Maine Sur Lie 2013 served alongside some of our favorite dishes at Cannon Green might be just what you need. On the Nose: Green…

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