Hours: Dinner & Weekend Brunch.
Owner Scott Schor, the genius behind the Beer Exchange stores in downtown Charleston and Greenville, struck upon an equally smart business plan: approachable upscale food and craft beers served in a building that’s an interior designer’s dream. Creative and eats abound at both dinner and brunch where everything from cornbread to kale is worth ordering. The focus is clearly on Edmund's charcuterie program where diners have the option of sharing a modest small plate to gorging on a “go big or go home” large selection. Meats run the gamut from summer sausages to pate to rabbit confit. A no-miss is the house special pickled shrimp toast served on crusty rye bread, replete with a vinegary bite and a creamy yogurt finish. Yes, the burger is delicious and always perfectly cooked but it’s the fish and chips that’s the real dark horse of the menu. The dish pays serious homage to both American and English roots by boldly serving both tartar sauce and malt vinegar alongside beer-battered cod and fresh crispy chips. After all this food, you’ll probably want to wash it down with a tasty adult beverage. Edmund’s features beer, local soda, cocktails and cider all on tap. —Suzanne Cohen Dish, Summer 2016
A brewpub from the guys at the Charleston Beer Exchange with a fresh, seasonal menu and 48 taps of awesome. Food options and drinks specials for $4 each and only available at the bar from 4:30 – 6:30 p.m.