A Dough Re Mi is back and the food is better than ever. This place is an East Cooper classic. Try the White Album with pesto as the base sauce rather than ricotta. Thumpin'! The Damn Yankee (mushrooms, pep and sausage) is awesome, too.
$8 for a pint of DIPA is not that outrageous these days. $4, on the other hand, is insanely low. I'd question you finding a pint of Boy King for $4 anywhere, ever. The same could be said for whatever DFH or New Belgium beer you had, it depends entirely on which one it was.
At $5/pint for run-of-the mill stuff like Somersault or Hop Sun or whatnot, as well as 32/50 and HopArt, they are spot on. At $8 for BT Blackbeerd or Boy King, they are still spot on, IMO. Craft ain't cheap.
I love EVO, especially their employees, the Pestachio Pesto pizza, and the amazing chocolate, but I must agree 100% on the out of control beer prices. I paid $8 last year for a Coast Boy King pint, then the next week went around the corner to Sesame and paid $4 for the exact same thing. I've also paid $8 for Dogfish Head before, which is ridiculous (as are the New Belgium prices). I love going there for the ambience, food, and people, but it's turned into a special occasion restaurant rather than a neighborhood craft beer hangout.
YUM...as a restaurant owner with knowledge of pizza, this place is FANTASTIC.I have no problem traveling from James Is for the Pork Trifecta.The whole experience with a wood fired oven approaching temps of 1100 degrees (or greater) is the contrast between the charred exterior vs the sweet, yeasty interior.Basically pizza is $1 an inch anywhere.By the time you order from a "chain" plus delivery charge& toppings, it's $1 an inch.If you go to a place that makes their own toppings, sauces, etc your still spending $1 an inch.Are you really getting your moneys worth at DomiPapaHut?????Support your local pizza joint.EVO is worth it.LOVE!
Point of fact, the beer prices are 100% in line with like-establishments in the Charleston area.
Better than average pizza, pricey beer ... Not five stars but a good four on their better days.
How in the world anyone can give these guys less than five stars is beyond me. Awesome pizzas and ingredients and really good beer and wine selections. You will not find Bud Light or Mich Ultra here, which is why the beers are not $2. If you want cheap beer go to the Mill down the street and get a PBR or Natty Light.
Incredibly fresh ingredients, very well thought out menus and well prepared food. How can you go wrong!
Some things are worth dying for and the Pork Trifecta is one of them. Evo is my favorite restaurant and I would go there all the time if it was less expensive. That said, the food is always good, as is the wait staff. The mushroom soup is delicious and the tomato soup is the best I've ever had. Too bad they rotate the soups.
The best Italian food in the area. Go early or make sure to make a reservation. This place is popular. If you like NYC style pizza, you found it. Customer oriented staff. Managed to perfection. Frank is the secret ingredient part chef part athlete covers the kitchen like a defensive guard but is dead on when it comes to blending tastes, creativity and consistency. Great family, great restaurant, great food.
Awful. The service is non-existent, the food terrible, AND it's expensive. Do yourself a favor: buy a California Kitchen frozen pizza and a 6 pack from the Pig.
And the bartender looks like the lead singer from the Insane Clown Posse.
This place is awesome!! Awesome atmosphere and best of all awesome food. I went in there with my husband, our server was Collin and he's the best, most friendly server I've ever had. Even though he was busy with other tables he always made sure we were taken care of. Its the best pizza joint on DI and their Guiness is cheaper than Daniel Island Grille.
FOOD - 2 STARS
DECOR -4 STARS
STAFF - 3 STARS
PARKING -1 STAR
Food is your usual tasty mellow mushroom fare (decent quality pizza, wide variety of toppings/sauces). The place looks really cool and is really large on the inside. The problem with this place is it is LOUD. Horribly loud. Food court at the mall at Christmas loud. Forget about having a pleasant conversation in the place. It has really high ceilings and they really need to do some work (adding some sort of sound absorbing materials on the walls/ceilings) to make this not extremely annoying. But hey this is the old fart in me coming out so it may not bother everyone. I'll stick to takeout/delivery or head to the downtown location instead!
Definitely our neighborhood favorite - friendly staff and great music! their happy hour is awesome: wings or pizza or calzone with either PBR or Yeungling at great prices. Their beer selection is fairly extensive and the pizzas are deliciously funky! Def a constant at our house - though the pizza is best eaten fresh - not cold.
We LOVE Paisano's! We really like The Colbert but today we tried the Fat Boy and it was delicious!! It's definitely our favorite pizza spot on JI.
This is the one! The crust is perfect for folding and flipping. The sauce is extraordinary and the toppings are generous. New York style personified. Only four stars because the place is filthy.
This place is fun and modern. My favorite would have to be the lasagna. Had a great time playing pool and hanging out and enjoyed the food!
Boy this place has come of age ! Fantastic from every stand point !
Le Pizzeria serves the best pizza in the Lowcountry --- if you try the The Margherita Pizza, with it's perfect blend of homemade sauce, buffalo mozzarella and basil, you'll be hooked. But this isn't just a pizza place. Le Pizzeria offers a huge selection of Italian entrees, sandwiches and desserts. Everything is so delicious it's difficult to pick a favorite! And there's a great vibe at Le Pizzeria. The owners and staff treat their customers like family members. Check it out!
We sat ourselves and after about 20 min. I went to the bar to request drinks and a waitress.It wasnt crowded so after another 20min. We just left. We went across the street to another place where they were happy to serve us. We wont be back
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