Enormous information from the crew at ever-popular breakfast spot Hominy Grill — Sunday, April 28, would be the final day of service for the house of the Charleston Nasty. Following is the press launch on the closure:
After lengthy and cautious consideration, [Robert] Stehling has made the choice to shut the restaurant on Sunday, April 28 after almost 24 years in enterprise.

First opened in 1996, Hominy has been heralded each regionally and nationally for its simple shows of traditional Lowcountry dishes. A North Carolina native who first realized to prepare dinner beneath the influential chef Invoice Neal at Criminal’s Nook in Chapel Hill, Stehling spent a number of years cooking in New York Metropolis earlier than settling in Charleston the place he opened the restaurant in a former barbershop in an historic single home. In 2008, Stehling received the James Beard Award for Finest Chef Southeast, cementing Hominy Grill’s status as one in all Charleston’s most acclaimed eating places.
After greater than twenty years helming the restaurant, Stehling is trying ahead to creating new ventures within the coming months and spending some extra time along with his household.

What’s subsequent for the house and Stehling? Keep tuned.
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