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Whether you are eager for the best in South Carolina breakfast foods, a relaxed coffee-tasting experience or a tasty grab-and-go option, the Olde English District is home to many breakfast spots to explore. 

For a Hearty Breakfast

The Flipside Restaurant in Rock Hill offers an inventive weekend brunch menu showcasing Southern cuisine at its best. Think warm buttermilk biscuits, fluffy omelets and French toast — a weekend feast sure to start your day right.

A local favorite, the Country Omelet in Richburg delivers truly mouthwatering breakfast options. Known for its gigantic omelets and other “Cookin’ Good As Yo Momma’s,” it’s the place to visit for a comforting morning meal.

Jack’s Café & wine bar

In Old Town Rock Hill, Jack’s Café & Wine Bar offers handheld breakfast items with coffee from local roasters. Books on Broad, situated in the heart of Camden, seamlessly combines the pleasures of delicious espresso drinks and intriguing reads. Working as both a bookstore and a coffee shop, Books and Broad also offers grab-n-go breakfast items like bagels and muffins.

For Coffee Lovers

Knowledge Perk, with locations in Fort Mill and Rock Hill, takes coffee brewing seriously. With an extensive range of artisanal roasted coffees to choose from, you’ll taste the love for coffee in every cup.

In Cheraw, The Caffeinated Cow offers unique coffee varieties along with ice cream for a delicious treat. Their imaginative, flavorful offerings (including monthly specials) are inspiring.

The Daily Grind coffee bar

The Daily Grind Coffee Bar, nestled in the heart of downtown Lancaster, makes your day anything but routine. Get started the right way with rich, bold coffee and a warm pastry or muffin.

Brimming with local flavors and opportunities to connect with character, our local coffee shops will keep you going. Rise and shine—today is a great day to explore a new breakfast spot in the OED.