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Honey & Salt owners opening Morning Social at Brevard's Lumberyard

Successful restaurateurs Erin and Edward Hill, owners of popular brunch/lunch destination Honey and Salt in Flat Rock, announced plans to debut Morning Social, their second eatery, in Brevard’s Lumberyard Art District.

A midsummer grand opening is expected in the space formerly occupied by Magpie Meat and Three.

“We’re thrilled to soon welcome everyone in Brevard to our newest restaurant, Morning Social,” said Honey & Salt co-owner Erin Hill. “Knowing we can tap the local farmers and growers in the community to help us develop a menu of farm-to-table specialties makes our job even more rewarding. For us, it’s a labor of love, and we can’t wait to see you this summer.”

The Hills plan to model Morning Social after the breakfast-all-day concept that attracts lines of diners out the door at  Honey and Salt, which opened March 2017. The menu will include locally and organically sourced farm-to-table breakfast and seasonal lunch specials. Gluten-free and vegetarian choices will always be a mainstay on the menu for those with special food requirements. Morning Social will have a full selection of beer and wine.

While the exact menu is still evolving, Morning Social will mirror its sister restaurant and offer favorite standards like pancakes, egg plates and skillets, quinoa power bowls and smoothies.

Complete with an in-restaurant bakery with biscuits, breads, cookies, granolas and more, Morning Social will offer all house baked specialties for dine-in, carry out as well as bulk ordering in advance. All baked goods will be made fresh daily.

Currently, the Hills are hiring for positions in both the front and back of the house at Morning Social and at Honey and Salt. Just like the Flat Rock restaurant, Morning Social will be open 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday through Sunday. To learn more or apply for a position at Morning Social in Brevard or Honey and Salt in Flat Rock, email