Back Home Bar and Grill serves up delicious food with great service. The menu offers something for everyone, and everything is really, really good. With its homemade bread and tender, perfectly seasoned beef, the Philly Cheese Steak is authentic and delicious and the Carnegie Deli-inspired Reuben is the best you'll find this side of NYC. And the fries...... they're fresh-cut and crisp, without being greasy.
We'll be back soon to try the Maine Lobster Roll!!
This place has the most beautiful sunset in Charleston! On top of that the food is pretty good, too! It's a little hard to find but GPS takes you there....but 2079 Austin Avenue - -it's off King Street and we found our directions at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vdAu40e3nO… - - and go alllll the way back to the very last building (2079C). You have to walk up a spiral staircase to get there (and they don't have an elevator).
You can get there by boat which is much easier and were surprised to find that they had more than 20 slips to park in (it looks like the restaurant has the dedicated dock in the middle).
We would have brought our dog had we known that the deck was doggy friendly - we know now!
I am interested in attending Saturday evening 8/4/2012 'cause of their entertainment and to try something from the menu: 'THE STUD FARM' with guitarist Jeff Bateman(if he is still in this band) and who's a really great musician.
With quality ingredients and fresh-baked bread, you won't find a better sandwich in Charleston. The sides and iced Chai tea are delicious, too. We'll be back --- soon!
Best sandwiches around! The iced Chai tea is really, really good....
the view is amazing there and it can be such a nice place to grab drinks with friends. But unfortunately the service is terrible. I have never been so disapointed in an establishment before in my entire life. Unless you are friends with the staff, a slip owner, or even just an attractive guy with the boat. You are not going to get the treated properly.
Great little bar with great food and comfortable atmosphere. Friendly staff and always some kind of entertainment happening. Great place for the early birds to flock to.
Never a bad meal ever. great service. great food. Go visit early bird at dinner. Since its not really their peak time its never busy unlike many other local places and the food ..well..I'm thinkin jestine's has nuttin on early bird fried chicken. :)
This place is a gem. I have never had a bad meal here and we eat here at least 3 times a month. The service is great, the vibe is funky, it is kid friendly, and the food is divine. And at the price point! These people care about doing food the right way.
Great place to enjoy a burger and a beer or mixed drink and watch the Stono River boat traffic. Good live music and nice cool breeze. Very friendly folks!
The wings and boneless wings are really good. Go to the bar not the bar area, children running through the isles constantly with no parental control. Its more of a FAMILY RESTARAUNT then a so called sports bar. If want to hear children while your trying to watch your favorite team play then you might as well stay home.
The Saturday afternoon Band ( 4 to 7) is very entertaining. The Crowd is energetic and engaging so it makes for a fun place to enjoy a few drinks!! Amanda and her crew provide good service in a very hectic environment. I highly recommend you give this place a try!!
I knew there would be a eating contest!!!!;)
Awesome food and great service, I think at this point there's not a single thing I haven't tried on the menu and its all pretty good. The homemade pickles are great as are the BBQ Ribs.
so.... wyjess how long have you worked there?
Rivers Ave near the mall is not in the heart of Berkeley county. It's close to Goose Creek but that's Charleston county. Just sayin...
This is an awesome place to see bands - big stage, awesome sound and you can eat great food - wings, killer burgers, steaks - all night long. If you don't need to be by the beach, its a much better venue than the Windjammer plus its in the heart of Berkeley County! Going to see Diamondback this weekend!
I love King St Grille. Ive been to the one DT many times and also the one out by Kiawah and had great food. However, this one is awful. We sat at the bar outside for twenty minutes in front of 2 bartenders who refused to talk to us or really even look at us. The girl bartender in the Eagles jersey might as well have been taking a nap under the bar. We got buckets and they said they couldn't split half bud light half budweiser because of some sort of inventory problem. Ive split buckets all over Charleston and never have had this problem. The food came out then sat on the bar for a while and got cold while the bartenders were "working". Ill go back to KSG, but never this one!!!!! Awful
We are disappointed to hear about your less than stellar experience with the Dog and Duck in Summerville and would like to offer our sincerest apologies to you and your party. Unfortunately, the Summerville restaurant is under a different ownership group than the West Ashley and Mount Pleasant locations, so we cannot speak on their behalf. If there is anything we can do to make up for the poor service you received at your previous outing, please do not hesitate to stop by any of our three pubs. We will do our best to make it right. Thank you and have a wonderful new year.
Cannot speak for the other locations but the one in Summerville is overall not worth the drive, the foods decent but some of the waitresses and bartenders make it difficult to have a good time. There is constant friction between them that you can sense, our waitress was being bought shots by the next table and she was definately not sober while she served us, in fact I questioned several items on our bill that weren't even ours. When I asked to see the mgr, think his name was Don, the waitress got a little irritated, and even after I expressed my disappointment about the waitress he acted as if it was normal and she continued to serve us. So we will not be visiting dog and duck anymore and I would suggest you don't waste your time
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