Grumpy Brothers offers sizzling breakfast deal for YEC members
EAT-BACON (803-328-2226) is the phone number for YEC’s newest Co-op Connections business participant, Grumpy Brothers Grill and Bakery. You’ll get 10% off all menu purchases upon presentation of the Co-op Connections card.
Brothers Charlie and David Harward use local and regional ingredients for their homemade recipes, such as Adluh stone-ground grits from Columbia, the key to their creamy Shem Creek shrimp ‘n’ grits. Or try one of their delicious pastries, made fresh daily, with a cup of Iron Brew coffee.
Enjoy your breakfast or book a party in the Morgan Room, named after David’s 2-year-old daughter and their great uncle, Otha Morgan. He created the secret recipes for their thousand island and blue cheese dressings. “The thousand island dressing is the inspiration behind dishes such as our Endy Burger,” says David. “The name originated from the Endy Luncheonette that Uncle Otha ran himself.”
What’s in a name?
When Charlie and David considered the state of the economy, they knew starting their own business could be a risk. Still, they figured Charlie’s culinary skills paired with David’s business sense could help the restaurant succeed. They also hoped to provide jobs to help people.That noble goal aside, they faced another challenge: What to call their business? Despite input from family and friends, the brothers just couldn’t agree. Charlie and David became grumpy, at least until Thanksgiving Day last fall, when they settled on Grumpy Brothers—and started smiling again.
“It was worth the risk and our dreams have become a reality,” says Charlie. “We now employ 14, provide our customers with a wide variety of homemade dishes, and I get to do what I love—cook.”
Grumpy Brothers serves hot and cold sandwiches, hotdogs, and big burgers, along with soups, salads and other sides. The restaurant is located at 295 Herlong Ave., Rock Hill, in the Millwood Plaza. Hours: Monday– Saturday, 7 a.m. until 9 p.m. For more information, call (803) EAT-BACON or visit GrumpyBrothers.com.
Make more Connections
More local businesses now offer Co-op Connections discounts. Recent additions:
- Charles Hanebrink’s Mixed Martial Arts Training Center (MATC) (Rock Hill)
- Allen Tate Realtors (Lake Wylie)
- Sports Fans Ink (York)
- Carolina Premier Window Films, Inc. (Fort Mill)
Simply show your card to receive the discounts.
View the discounts offered by local, regional and national participants, including many pharmacies. Participating businesses interested in being featured in South Carolina Living magazine should contact Joyce Baker at (803) 628-5541.