Good Afternoon!!

I just got home from brunch at Commune, located on Granby Street in the Neon District. Commune prides them-self on being locally-sourced, and making everything in-house, from scratch. These are all aspects that I support, however I am a pretty picky eater so I don’t always find what I want to eat.

I ordered the Southern Rice Bowl. It contains Carolina gold rice, barley, cheddar cheese, breakfast sausage, roasted seasonal vegetables, tomato jam, and a sunny side up egg. I’m not positive what the seasonal vegetables were aside from the sweet potatoes and onions. I don’t eat pork so I ordered the bowl without the breakfast sausage.To drink, I got the Sorbet Mimosa with wine. It was a super fun drink and definitely a DIY. It had a frozen scoop of sorbet dropped in the middle of the glass of sparkling wine. My friend got the chicken & waffles and shared a bite with me. They were so good!


The inside is very open and there is a ton of room inside. When you walk in, on the right was the title and description of the art that was on display in the back. Unfortunately, I didn’t get pictures of the art since it was pretty busy.

Commune can be rented out for wedding receptions and rehearsal dinners, corporate events, and many other occasions! I’m looking forward to go back. Since everything is locally, and sustainable sourced, I’m curious what they will have on their menu later in the winter!

As for my outfit, I wore this chambray button-up with a zebra print pencil skirt I found at Loft outlet. My necklace is from J Crew, but I have had it forever so I linked a similar one here. As more my shoes, I wore shiny black mules. I can’t find them online anywhere but I linked a similar pair here.


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