Lunch at the Obstinate Daughter on Sullivan's Island
May we recommend brunch at The Obstinate Daughter on Sullivan's Island?
The name pays homage to the rich Revolutionary War history of Sullivan’s Island. On June 28, 1776, under the command of Colonel William Moultrie, the defenders of Fort Sullivan foiled the British fleets attempt to capture the city of Charleston in the Battle of Sullivan’s Island. This first American Patriots victory inspired a London political cartoon of the defiant defenders of Charleston: “Miss Carolina “Miss Carolina Sulivan, one of the obstinate daughters of America, 1776”. The Obstinate Daughter is a beautiful reminder that the stubborn refusal to change one’s course of action can change the course of history!
Beautiful, clean oysters, the skillet brunch was wonderful and served in its own mini iron skillet.