Located in a historic mansion in Rutledge Hill downtown, Husk is all about regional ingredients cooked over an ember-fired grill. The food is quintessentially Southern with low-country influences, and they specialize in charcuterie, heirloom ingredients, and pickling—often using produce from their own garden. The best ways to experience that is through vegetables on a plate of four that might feature savory Geechie Boy Mill grits topped with a poached egg, thyme oil, and caramelized onions; or Tyria cucumber finished with peanuts, spicy arugula, green coriander, and goat cheese. The burger has a not-so-secret sauce that includes Duke’s mayonnaise, yellow mustard, ketchup, bread-and-butter pickles, and jalapenos. And at brunch try to sit at the sleek yet cozy downstairs bar where you can sip on a ham-garnished bloody mary alongside a plate of the world’s best smoked trout deviled eggs.