Camilla Kitchen

Kitchen Stories

Stories You Can Taste

Camilla Kitchen takes Mary Camilla Judson from the shelves to the kitchen in an effort to feed both minds and bellies. Honoring her example of doing it all, exceptionally well, and with a flair, we feature unique coffee drinks, a plethora of baked goods, an ever-changing lunch menu, and a curated selection of wine and beer. It’s important to us that everything we do and use comes from real people with their own stories. Between the ingredients we gather, the recipes we use, and the people that do the making and eating, a million stories are combined into something new. And we think you can taste the difference.
We’ve got coffee, tea, baked goods, lunch, wine, beer, and more! It sounds like a lot, but each item is made in house, carefully curated to what’s in season, and served with love.

Signature Drinks

Extra Shot $0.95, Alternate Milk $0.75, Additional Syrup $0.75
  • Color Purple

  • 12 oz $4.95, 16 oz $5.95

Georgia Grey tea, vanilla, lavender. This tea latte twist on a London Fog is as beautiful a combination as Celie and Nettie themselves.

  • Zora

  • 12 oz $4.95, 16 oz $5.95

Honey, cinnamon, brown sugar. There are lattes that ask questions and lattes that answer. This one is the second kind.

  • Momma Lorde

  • 12 oz $4.95, 16 oz $5.95

Caramel, salt, brown sugar. Just like Audre Lorde’s exacting pen game, this customer favorite latte gives you just what you need every time.

  • Life of Chai

  • 12 oz $4.95, 16 oz $5.95

Turmeric, ginger, chai, honey. Named for Yang Martel’s novel, Life of Pi, this turmeric chai latte tells a story with every sip you take.

  • Dark Pines

  • 12 oz $4.95, 16 oz $5.95

Brown sugar, cardamom. Names for the deeply unsettling Swedish noir series, this gently spice latte will set you right.

  • Lilac Girls

  • 12 oz $4.95, 16 oz $5.95

Lavender, vanilla. Delicate and floral, with a strong backbone of espresso, this latte will lift you up when the world gets you down.

Drink of the Month

  • Anne of Green Gables

  • 12 oz $4.95, 16 oz $5.95

Matcha, strawberry, honey, and coconut milk make this bright and kindred latte inspired by Anne of Green Gables by L. M. Montgomery the perfect way to close out the summer months

Classic Drinks

Extra Shot $0.95, Alternate Milk $0.75, Additional Syrup $0.75
  • Latte, Cappuccino

  • 12 oz $3.95, 16 oz $4.95

  • Cold Brew

  • 12 oz $3.95, 16 oz $4.95

  • Americano

  • 12 oz $2.95, 16 oz $3.95

  • Black, Green, and Herbal Teas

  • 12 oz $3.95, 16 oz $4.95

  • Macchiato

  • $3.25

  • Matcha, Matcha Latte

  • 12 oz $3.95, 16 oz $4.95

  • Drip Coffee

  • 12 oz $2.95, 16 oz $3.95

  • Hot Chocolate

  • $2.25

  • Espresso Shot

  • $2.00

General Libations

  • Bottled Water

  • $0.95

  • Honey Lemon Mint Iced Tea

  • $3.95

  • San Pellegrino

  • $3.95

  • Devils Foot Soda

  • $4.95

Lunch

Served 11am to 2pm, Monday through Saturday
  • The Anastasia

  • $13.95

Housemade Rye Bread with turkey, gruyere, slaw, and Russian dressing. Served with a side of chips.

  • The Tucci

  • $14.95

Our version of Chicken Saltimboca on housemade brioche bun: chicken cutlet pan roasted with sage, pancetta, and fontina fondue. Served with a side of chips.

  • Ms. Colleen

  • $12.95

Thick slice of housemade sourdough toast, whipped avocado, cherry tomatoes, TikTok magic. Served with a side of chips.

  • The Full Monte

  • $13.95

Housemade peasant loaf dipped in egg, with smoked ham, gruyere, topped with a drizzle of blackberry gastrique. Served with a side of chips.

  • Green Goddess Salad

  • $8.95

Avocado, cucumber, scallion over fresh greens with house made dressing so good you’ll want it on everything.

  • James and the Giant Peach Salad

  • $13.95

Feta, peaches, turmeric cashews, and white balsamic vinaigrette

Specialties

  • Watermelon Gazpacho

  • $8.95

Watermelon, tomatoes, cucumbers and just a little spice to quench your thirst

  • True Ladies Tomato Pie

  • $14.95

According to Chef Teryi, true ladies season their tomatoes, then they pack them into perfect pastry, with good old Dukes mayo, sharp cheddar, basil and onion. served with leafy greens.

Seasonal Snacks

  • Avocado Toast

  • $9.95

  • Snacks by the Scoop

  • $0.95

  • Honest Scoop Ice Cream

  • Two scoops $6.00

  • LaRue Fine Chocolate Truffles and Bonbons

  • $2.50 a piece or 3/$6.00

  • Affogato

  • Daily from 2-4 pm $4.75

Sweets & Treats

  • Jalapeño, Cheddar, & Bacon Scone

  • $2.95

Cheesy goodness with a smokey kick.

  • Blueberry, Lemon, & Goat Cheese Scone

  • $2.95

Sweet and bright with a crunchy sugar crust.

  • Kale & Cheese Biscuit

  • $2.95

Kale, cheese, espelette peppers, and garlic in a drop biscuit

  • Blackberry Jalapeño Muffin (GF)

  • $3.95

Not spicy, but aromatic, with a sticky jam, and Gluten-Free!

  • Cream Cheese-Filled Morning Glory Muffin

  • $3.95

Carrots, apples, pineapple, coconut, raisins—healthy stuff with a gooey center.

  • Classic Blueberry Muffin

  • $3.95

We’ve tried a lot of ‘em, and this is the best.

  • Olive Oil Zucchini Bread

  • $5.95

Get your green veggies in a little loaf, perfect for sharing.

  • Peach Crumble Breakfast Bar (V, GF)

  • $2.95

Oatmeal crumble with house made peach butter.

  • Oatmeal Energy Bites (GF)

  • $1.95

Peanut butter, flaxseed, oats, and honey, plus a little chia and chocolate.

  • Lemon Poppy Seed Granola

  • $5.95

House made granola, served with Greek yogurt, berries, and a drizzle of honey.

  • Sea Salt Chocolate Chip Cookie

  • $2.95

On the crispy side, with a sprinkle of flakey salt.

  • Spicy Ginger Molasses Cookie (V)

  • $2.95

Based on a letter from the great MFK Fisher to a friend, these are super gingery.

  • Deep Dark Chocolate Cookie (GF)

  • $2.95

With cocoa powder and dark chocolate chunks.

  • Lemon Crinkle Cookie

  • $2.95

tea cookie goodness

  • Bourbon Butter Pecan Blondie

  • $2.95

Exactly what it sounds like, but add chocolate chunks

  • Salted Rosemary Shortbread

  • $2.95

Simple, buttery perfection—as good with a latte as a glass of wine.

  • Vanilla Bean Shortbread

  • $2.95

Like a rich, buttery sugar cookie

  • Brown Butter Rice Krispie Treat (GF)

  • $2.95

You never knew it could get this good.

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Whether you’re getting lunch for the office, baked goods for a party, or coffee and scones for that early morning meeting, we’ve got you covered. Order this way and you’ll get our group specific pricing and options.
Camilla Kitchen

Meet Teryi Youngblood Musolf

Teryi grew up in the kitchens of her mother and grandmother in Pickens, SC, following the solid example of the home cooks in her life, as well as the great Julia Child on TV. Cookbooks have always been her passion, her source for technique, inspiration, and creativity. Her first job in Greenville was in the kitchen of Bistro Europa, a Main Street forerunner in chef-driven food. From there, she spent a decade as the pastry chef for Table 301 (where she made 3 billion white chocolate banana cream pies), finally becoming the chef de cuisine for her own restaurant concept, Passerelle Bistro, the French-inspired restaurant in Falls Park. 

While there, she was the first chef to partner with M. Judson in our first Sunday Sit Down Supper with Pat Conroy. We wept when she told her story of making Pat’s recipe for pound cake, along with everybody else seated around her gracious table. In 2016, Teryi was named South Carolina’s Chef Ambassador. Also in 2016, Teryi married fellow chef, Steven Musolf, and soon left the kitchen to spend more time with her family. 

We count ourselves incredibly lucky to have tempted her back from semi-retirement to run the show for Camilla Kitchen. Her food is seasonally-inspired genius.

Why the Wine?

You may have noticed that for a bookstore, we sell a fair share of wine. We don’t just think that the two go well together (though we do), we think that the stories within the wines–their makers and vineyards, the vines and climate–give them just as much a spot on our shelves as the stories we preserve in ink. All our wines are brought to you by Mission Grape: a local wine distributor focused on high-quality wine. We are proud that our wines are all sourced through Mission Grape. This isn’t mass-produced, soulless stuff. It’s brought to market by small-grower, biodynamic, family farms: people who love people, and wine.
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