This place is garbage....please dont waste your time going...drinks are watered down and food is terrible. Dont be fooled by all the 5 star/ "employee" ratings you see on here....you can definitely do better than this place
Stay here long enough you will see how shady this site really is.
I had a comment on here about how I was harassed by the staff. My buddy walked out on his thirteen dollar tab (which was a misunderstanding, and he went back and paid the next day). I was kept there by the waitress and bouncer and was threatened to had the police called on me for someone else tab. This comment some how was erased from the comment area. What kind of shady web site is this.
sucks!! everytime we go there is always drama in that place, def not going again
Really good fully loaded burgers. Great shoestring fries. Terrific veggie burrito. Neat neighborhood joint. Big promoters of the Lowcountry High Rollers.
Very friendly and knowledgeable bartender Amber (she's pretty too).
I had a visitor from Bavaria (THE beer country) and both of us enjoyed the locally brewed Westbrook wheat beer and the delicious food. Definitely not the last time I was there!
Delicious food, great quaint cafe atmosphere and personable service. I've lived here in Charleston for 3 years and I've never been to Toast but I'll definitely be back! Bottomless mimosas on Sundays for a delicious brunch ;)
The Coleman Public House was a visit that I was really looking forward to, and was very disappointed.
We arrived for lunch a few minutes before noon. The restaurant is rather small, but warm and inviting.
A friend had recommended the restaurant saying they serve “high end” pub food and many high quality craft and import beers. Had she not had said that we would never have known this, as this was not our experience.
We were seated in a dining area that abutted a small room that was hosting a networking group. There was one other table in the dining room and a couple at the bar.
Our server quickly greeted us and explained the day’s special. We read through the menu as we listened to the din of the networking group. We quickly placed our order.
We then waited, and waited, and waited for lunch. I understand that a small business would like to cater to a networking group, but on the days that it hosts it, the regular patrons should also be considered.
We waited 35 minutes for lunch. Bear in mind that other than the networking group of about 15, there were six customers in the restaurant.
I’m OK waiting for lunch, but when it arrives after all that time, it should be great.
The California burger (Monterey Jack cheese, apple wood smoked bacon, avocado, sprouts, tomato and creamy Dijon had great potential but it was served well done versus the medium temp that was requested.
My Southwestern salad (Field greens, chicken apple wood smoked bacon, blue cheese crumbles, egg, tomato, avocado and Dijon vinaigrette), was beyond bland. I asked for more dressing hoping it would help, but it didn’t. Although the greens were fresh and crisp the salad had ZERO flavor. I know that it may seem hard to believe, given the list of ingredients, but it’s true.
We tried to visit the Public House on a Friday evening and it was packed, so obviously it has a following - just not these two followers.
Love Wild Wing! Bring Thomas Tillman back !
Cold and dark atmosphere. Waitress was extremely slow and barely paid attention to us. Overall the food was very disappointing. Will not return or recommend to friends.
Wow! I am shocked at the bad reviews. I LIVE at Montreux. I am there nearly five times a week. I have NEVER had a bad experience. I have never seen the drunks people talk about either. In fact, one person in our group was dropping the "F" bomb rather loud and the waiter came over to say, "You're going to have to quiet down." My friend was greatly offended, but I really appreciated that.
Poof be gone in the middle of the night. What's up with that? I guess maybe moved back to Delaware! Dam Yankees!
This was OK because the food was bland. The tomato pesto soup tasted like crushed tomatoes, with very little flavor, yet still fresh. The risotto was not true to it's Italian roots, just tasted like firm rice with cream sauce and a few chopped veggies. I will say that the scallops were cooked just right, but the remainder of the dish was bland. On a good note, the atmosphere was nice and they had a great little trio playing.
Very solid food in a neighborhood bar and grill atmosphere. The pulled pork sandwich was delicious, and the quesadilla was very satisfying as well. Finished everything off with a bucket of 7 ounce beers. Very friendly staff as well; I am thrilled to have a place to go get a good, cheap meal and have a beer on Johns Island.
Terrific pulled pork! My new favorite in the Charleston area. I'd eat it without sauce if Mama Q didn't serve up three delicious house-made options. . . the sangria's also a must-have. Don't skip the slaw either, both the hot and sweet are winners! Prices are extremely reasonable, especially considering the quality of the food. The other menu options are solid as well, but the 'cue stands out amongst stiff Lowcountry competition, and that's saying something significant.
This is a hidden gem in Mt. Pleasant. My wife and I frequent this place, and only once have I ever had a bad experience. That one time was when my entree had probably been sitting for a few minutes, and was warm at best. Again, that was only one time. Their service and food are great. I've tried almost everything on the menu, and I haven't been disappointed yet. Their specials are also very delicious and unique. I highly recommend this place. They have a little bit of everything, and the prices are good.
excellent food, great service, nice decor, good viewing seats.
same great King St. Grille menu - HOWEVER - worst service in mt. pleasant. Waitperson usually unavailable when restaurant not busy. Hostess acted annoyed when I requested service. Downscale 'decor', hard rock music. Do yourself a favor and go to the excellent Freshfields Village location instead.
Wow..springs...you are just all over the internet with your rantings about servers aren't you? And of course ranch dressing. I guess these poor people here are just getting to know you and it won't be long that they realize that your lazy ass has only worked at a donut shop ten years ago and that all you care about is ranch dressing and the two seconds it takes to get your drink. Regardless of efficiency. Wow...just wow....well done. Seriously get some help or some Meds. She is posting all over about every single fast food place or restaurant that the servers have done her wrong. Amazing! I hope it was my "turn" to rant here about her. I bet I should have not cleaned that beer bottle off the table before doing so...as it would cost her 2 seconds to get her a margarita. Oh well..I spit in it anyway.
A few months ago I went to Montreaux for lunch. The place was empty and it took a very long time to get our meal. I was pleased to see that there was a booth at Summerville's Taste of the Town last weekend. The food was good and they were handing out coupons for lunch specials.
Today my partner and I stopped in for lunch. Again the restaurant was empty at 1:00 pm. I noticed the specials on the board walking into the restaurant. They were not listed on the interior of the restaurant. We ordered the special, the meatball sub. Had I the opportunity to study the special, I would have skipped on it because it came with a side of pasta, which was tasty but I try to avoid starch when I can. I mention it because it seemed that they must have had to boil fresh water for the pasta, because it took over 20 minutes to get our food. I ordered the special because I figured it would be quick. The portion size left much to be desired. It was a $8 6 inch.
We sat at a table and were served by the bartender who was very friendly and attentive. Given that she was the only server, I concluded that I was mistaken in believing that the restaurant had seriously committed to a regular lunch business. Another gentleman came into the restaurant and got his order much quicker than we did. Apparently I should have ordered a quesadilla.... I want to support local businesses but I do not have the time to risk another slow service at Montreaux anytime soon.
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