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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…
I was out here from Santa Monica on business. I took an Lyft to this place, which is not far from Downton, but a bit too far to walk in the snow. Food was awesome. I am used to great food in LA, and this...More
Food is combo farm to table, comfort with nice atmosphere. We had fried chicken and home made chicken pot pies which were very good. Quiet enough for good conversation. Good service nice atmosphere and very good on tap beer selection.
Funding good organic options for meals is sometimes challenging, but the Blue Grass Kitchen has good organic and non/organic options. The atmosphere is somewhat rustic - not fancy. The service is great.
We stopped here on our way north, so glad we did. The menu is interesting and the food is creative. I had the pimento cheese and bacon sandwich and it was crazy good!! The cod and chips were excellent as well. Loved the feel of...More
Really poor. Surly service and terribly overpriced. It has a good reputation among the shabby-chic crowd in Charleston, but Birkies and dreadlocks will only get a place so far.
Go next door to Little India for a great dining experience.
I came here to listen to a Bluegrass band, but there was no music due to a Halloween event that was going on, in the street area around the restaurant. The bar was packed with people wearing all kinds of costumes. I chose to have...More
We had walked to see the Capitol Building and it started to rain so we decided to go to the closest place we could find and we were so glad we did.
We spent the whole evening here, surrounded by generous people.
Nick, the bartender,...More
While driving through town we found this quaint spot which is right off the highway and almost under the capitol dome. I must say the corned beef "hash" was one of the most satisfying comfort food dishes I've had in years. I was worried that...More