Toast Restaurant

Row 1

155 Meeting St (Cumberland)
Charleston, SC 29401
(843) 534-0043
Breakfast, American
$ $
Mon–Sun: 6:00 AM–10:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Bottomless Mimosas everyday for $10!
  • When you walk into Toast you automatically feel like an old friend..very friendly staff who make you feel right at home from the the food is awesome as well..I would highly recommend!!
  • I'm from the north and never heard of the eggs meeting street. It's the best thing I've ever put in my mouth........and I've put lots of things in my mouth.
  • Must try the Eggs Meeting Street-YUM!
  • Bottomless mimosas!!
  • Excellent brunch, definitely go for the "eggs meeting street" it's delicious. Ask for Lexacon, she's the best!
  • Tuesday special chef burger 6.99!
  • Get the Eggs Meeting Street (poached egg, crab cake, atop a fried green tomato), French toast, Bloody Mary( extra spicy), creme brle latte.
  • awesome shrimp&grits and catfish!
  • Dont waste time or money service bad food was worse congealed french toast. Cold bacon cold scrambled eggs no manager to even make it right
  • Show up for "goofy hat" Sunday brunch!
  • Sunday Funday - wear your funniest hat in to Toast for a chance to win a free appetizer or free peach cobbler!
  • Great food! Affordable lunch stop!
  • Good food, decent service, but the nastiest restroom facilities ever.
  • Bob B's tip is lame. Go back to Seattle. Good breakfast
  • Voted best breakfast!!!! Ny times!
  • Server named Yony was great. I could totally see him working a high end steakhouse.
  • Meeting Street Eggs. Poached egg atop a crab cake atop a fried green tomato. Topped by a southern roumalade. Wished the egg was more runny so it would blend with crab cake and wish for more tomato.
  • We Seatte-ites have high standards for a latte. Milk was oversteamed and coffee doesn't taste particularly fresh, but I've had worse. The attempt at latte art was cute, but not quite there. Passable.
  • Eggs Meeting Street (fried green tomato, crab cake, poached egg) is definitely worth ordering, but you may want to get your sauce on the side unless you want to swim in a pool of mayo.