The Old Village Post House is a delightful place to stay and dine in the historic village of Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina. It features six guest rooms as well as courtyard and private dining for special events. The warm hospitality offered by the tavern is an excellent accompaniment to the thoughtful and delicious menu overseen by Executive Chef Frank Lee and Chef de Cuisine Forrest Parker.
- Dinner Nightly from 5:30 p.m.
- Lunch Available for Private Groups
- Brunch Sunday 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
- Reservations: (843) 388-8935
- 101 Pitt Street, Mt. Pleasant, SC 29464
- Website: Click Here
Frank Lee, Executive Chef
Lee has been cooking for over 40 years with a particular passion for sustainable and locally sourced cuisine. Early in his career, Lee launched an innovative vegetarian restaurant in South Carolina. His attentiveness to fresh and seasonable food continues to present itself in the fresh herbs he tends in his own garden and the many relationships he nurtures with local purveyors of meat and produce in Mount Pleasant. Lee’s cooking is worldly in design as he has traveled to many of the top kitchens in France and has worked in several French-inspired restaurants such as Les Nomades in Chicago and the former Le Pavillion in Washington, D.C. Featured as a “Great Chef of the South,” Lee’s expertise has been recognized in Food & Wine, The New York Times and The Washington Post.
The Old Village Post House offers dinner nightly as well as a Sunday brunch. Highlights of the dinner menu include the Asparagus Bisque with butter poached crab and truffle oil or the Old Village Shrimp & Grits with Andouille sausage and country ham gravy. For dessert, the uniquely titled “Coffee & Cigarettes” is in actuality a King Bean Coffee mocha flan delicately accompanied by a smoked pirouline, salted caramel, and chocolate crisps. The Sunday Brunch menu offers such southern specialities as the Crispy Fried Oysters and the Crab Cake Benedict.
Happy Hour at the Old Village Post House is every weeknight from 5-7pm with discounts on all beers, speciality cocktails and Maverick lable wines by the glass. If you’re feeling adventurous, you can try a Village Heat with Jalapeño infused Maverick Vodka, basil, and house-made lemonade.
The Old Village Post House has an exciting month of events ahead in May. On Sunday, May 12th, the tavern will host a special Mother’s Day Brunch from 10am-2pm. It features a prix fixe menu of appetizer, entree and dessert comprised of such fresh and appetizing dishes as the Smoked Trout Salad and Strawberries & Cream French Toast.
The following week of May 13-17, the Old Village Post House will be celebrating its 10th anniversary by offering nightly “birthday presents” to guests such as a discounted bottles of wines or a three course menu for $30. A particular highlight will be the Farm to Table Wine Dinner on Thursday, May 16. The cuisine will feature ingredients from a number of local farms with Pete and Sam Ambrose of Ambrose Family Farm in attendance. The Asparagus and Goat Cheese Terrine featuring produce from their farm will be on the menu. Reservations are required.