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Halls Chophouse for Your Sunday Afternoon Football

Saturday, August 28th, 2010

The perfect downtown spot for Sunday NFL Football is Halls Chophouse, open for Sunday Brunch from 11:00 AM until 2:00 PM and all afternoon with a great bar menu.

Our favorite is Halls Chophouse Prime Martini, a fantasy meal in itself. Shown in the photo at the left, it has House Whipped Potatoes, Prime Filet Mignon Tips, and Chef Matthew Niessner's Brandy Peppercorn Sauce and topped with Shoestring Onion Rings. A creative, delicious dish. A game winner all the way for only $15.

Just look at this Game Day menu:

  • Tuna Tartare w/ Asian Pear $14
  • Halls Chophouse Burger w/ Hand Cut Fries $10
  • BBQ Baby Back Ribs w/ Hand Cut Fries $12
  • Spicy Shrimp w/ Napa Cabbage Cole Slaw $12
  • Blackened Salmon Salad pears, oranges, buttermilk blue cheese, candied pecans and white balsamic dressing $14
Great sides, just $8, including the best mac and cheese in town! Try Oysters on the Half Shell or Oyster Rockefeller, She Crab or Chophouse Onion Soup, Steak Tartare and all the other great appetizers. You can order from the full menu at the bar as well.

Kick off the season right at Halls Chophouse, located at 434 King Street in the Upper King Design District. of historic downtown Charleston.