Second Sundays on King are the most popular days to explore Charleston. Like the name suggests, this occurs every second Sunday of the month. The City of Charleston closes a section of King Street to vehicles so pedestrians can have full reign of the street. Street vendors and musicians dot King Street, dogs are welcome, shoppers welcome the opportunity to peruse outdoor store displays. From fresh, locally-made popsicles, to a coffee cart with an espresso machine, Charleston’s sweetest street vendors are on full display.
Our King Street spot has a dog-friendly patio, locally-roasted coffee, and kid-friendly lunch options. Naturally, Kitchen 208 is in the center of all the action. We are home to Charleston’s best people-watching and our patio is perfectly-situated for Charleston’s warm breezes. Chef Christian, who has been known to use cinnamon rolls as bread on brunch sandwiches, is always whipping up decadent, over the top brunch specials. The delicious sandwich pictured above is comprised of roasted pork belly, bacon, a fried egg, and arugula on a cinnamon bun roll. Don’t worry, it’s okay to drool. If salads are more your thing, we have plenty of lighter options on our Sunday brunch menu.
Is your crew looking for a pitcher of mimosas to round out the end of a long bachelorette party weekend? Are you hoping for an easy no-reservations option that has something on the menu for the whole family? Look no further than Kitchen 208 which serves as the perfect pit-stop on your trek across Second Sunday on King.
JOIN US ON SEPTEMBER 10
Mark your calendars today for the next Second Sunday on King on September 10th. Enjoy Charleston’s post-Labor Day burst of energy before fall officially arrives. The City of Charleston provides a free two-hour parking pass for use in city garages for those participating in the Second Sundays on King festivities.