We've had lunch at Heart Woodfire Kitchen twice and love everything about the place. The food is great --- the vegetable side dish I tried was probably the best "side" I've ever had!
Wonderful! The burger was perfect and I was astonished to eat the most tasty broccoli of my life! Go!
Outstanding fresh food prepared in house and served by a very friendly staff. Wide selection of adult beverages from the simple to the exotic.
i'm quite a fan of folly beach and was visiting this past saturday for a typical stroll on the beach when i decided to venture home. upon doing so i noticed this new place i had never seen before. it had only been open for a month and i was more than surprised when my companion and i decided to give it a try. i had the braised chicken (breast) with roasted vegetables and farro, by far the best thing i have eaten at a restaurant in quiet some time. the chicken was cooked perfect and the vegetables were amazing. i'm not a fan of brussell sprouts which were included in the vegetables...after feasting upon theirs, i am now a fan! the decor and music is very eclectic and comforting, can't wait to go back!
Fabulous dinner at the bar with a couple girlfriends. Everything was delicious and service fantastic. I'm working on my strip mall biases and this restaurant helped a lot in that regard. Great meal, proud to be a Mt. Pleasantian.
outstanding. Best restaurant to happen to James island
I took The Critic and Stupid Mike from 105.5 The Bridge out there for lunch....read and hear all the details:
Best in Charleston. Love it! Very unique favors and the best Manhattan in town.
Another five star experience in downtown Charleston. Circa 1886 is off the beaten path and a little challenge to find, but be persistent and you will be rewarded. We had a great meal last night, the service was great and the surroundings are lovely. The food is imaginative and incredibly tasty. We'll be going back.
The Macintosh does not diappoint! Chef Bacon is cooking at his best. The service is warm and the menu changes almost daily. I had the ricotta gnudi, the short rib ravioli's and the deckle. It was amazing you should run not walk to The Macintosh
My husband and I stopped in for a drink and a small bite to eat at the bar last night. Unfortunately we were not particularly impressed. I ordered the "Mac-hattan," which was the worst Manhattan I have ever had - it was really watered down and had ice chips floating in it, presumably from over-shaking. The octopus panzanella was not much better. The octopus was nicely cooked, but everything else on the plate buried the delicate sweetness of the octopus. The heavily buttered mushy croutons and roasted root vegetables were really fatty and heavy, the bitter greens on the plate could have been a nice contrast to the heaviness of everything else, but they were drowned in a dressing reminiscent of Hidden Valley Ranch. Basically it lacked balance and was crying out for some acid. On a high note, my husband enjoyed his rabbit and the Avery Ellie's Brown Ale on draft. We'll give them one more shot for a whole dinner, but my expectations will be a bit lower next time.
Yep - McCrady's lived up to it's great reputation when we dined there last night. The 4-courses with wine pairings was impeccable and the service outstanding. Expensive but worth it.
Had lunch there this week - terrific and very reasonable.
After not liking Queen Anne's Revenge since they opened, we went shortly after they changed their menu because we heard it was much improved. Wrong. Service was just plain abysmal. It took nearly 20 minutes to get drinks and the waitress reeked of cigarette smoke when she delivered them so it seems obvious where the delay was.
Of the six of us only one enjoyed her entree. My fish special entree was cold to the point the sauce had formed a skin. My partner's mixed seafood was tasty but salty, and the portion was tiny.
It has potential, but not so much that I want to go back.
We've been there once (a few months ago) after The Change.
My only impression is that it was a lot more difficult to find something on the menu I wanted to eat.
Very nice menu that changes based on what is the freshest available. We went with a group of 6 and shared a good selection of the appetizers and everyone enjoyed all, The Rabbit was very rich and tasty and the Fried Squash Blossom was unique and delicious. We also had a good selection of the various entrees with the beef Deckle being a big hit, also loved the Bone Marrow Bread Pudding as a side order. Only slight negative is that it is a very loud space which makes conversation difficult especially with a group.
Been here twice since the slow-open, and it is a welcome addition to the East Cooper dining scene. The pork cheeks and polenta appetizer will make you slap your Mama, and everything else we have had here thus far has been from very good to outstanding. Go now before everyone else catches on.
The best new restaurant in the area. Been there twice since they opened. Got to love how they cook fish; crispy outside, moist and tender inside and spiced incredibly well. Appetizers are amazing and try the Goat Cheese Cheese cake for dessert. I'll be back!
I like the new chef and management. It's much better these days.
I have never, ever had a bad meal here, and I eat here semi-frequently. I have always experienced the friendliest service here - is it slow at times - sure, but this place gets busy, so be patient. I would say come here for lunch or dinner because that is their specialty. The steak and seafood dishes are fantastic. Brunch is not bad but I think they're still getting their groove for brunch. Honestly - dinner here is where it's at. Steak tips with mushrooms is to die for - and no, I don't work at Queen Anne's - nor do I personally know anyone who does. With French and Italian parents, I know good food and Queen Anne's has it.
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