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Comment Archives: Locations: Restaurants: Cafés

Re: “Laura Alberts Tasteful Options

Growler hour rules. Tell 'em Ham sent ya!

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Posted by zigzag on March 31, 2010 at 7:37 AM

Re: “Bluerose Café

A friend and I recently went to the Blue Rose Cafe. We were there for breakfast. The server made us feel very welcome and was attentive. The blueberry pancakes were delicious. The server informed us that the owner made all the desserts and specialty breads. The atmosphere was casual and relaxed. It was a total delight and I will return for a visit. West Ashley has a true treasure.

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Posted by BD on March 29, 2010 at 4:52 PM

Re: “Queen Street Grocery & Café

Greatest Fashion Week hangover solution in town... we had crepes, super strong coffee, and lots of Aspirin packs... thanks to the heavens and stars for this sweet little place... and so Charleston hospitable : )

Posted by hoodoyaknow on March 18, 2010 at 11:51 PM

Re: “Eclectic Chef

My wife came home one day telling me of this restaurant and how good it was. I couldn't wait to try it. I really enjoyed the outdoor seating and the friendly way we were greeted as we walked in the door. The owner was at the register taking orders and was very nice with a large smile on his face.

The food was okay, at best. I had a sandwich with turkey and bree cheese that was a little too much like one I've had at vickerys right down to the sweet, herbed mayo. I did like the cripsness of the granny smith apple and the fresh flavor of the bread it was on, however. My wife had the chicken salad with a really good pasta salad as the side. I had the potato salad and found the potatoes a little undercooked and way over seasoned, tasting a bit like seafood for some reason. The chicken salad and pasta salad, however, were good enough that I will come back the next time I'm in Summerville, just in hopes that the turkey sandwich was just not to my liking.

I was not overly impressed with their desserts, however, as I was told they were fresh and some of them were bought in, as was apparent by the pieces of paper between the slices.

Overall, I will come back, even if just to be greeted as warmly as we were again. Few places are like that anymore.

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Posted by Skywise on March 2, 2010 at 8:04 PM

Re: “Bear E Patch Cafe

My dad loves this place. We come in once a month or so for him to have pancakes and me to have the corned beef hash omelet. The staff is always friendly and I love watching the cooks in the open kitchen.

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Posted by Skywise on March 2, 2010 at 7:46 PM

Re: “Queen Street Grocery & Café

Still freaking out from the Cold-pressed coffee rush. Fresh plate of crepe and spinach salad with homemade spicy chipotle was delicious. They could use more seating. All around great little downtown joint. Chef is kinda cute, too!

Posted by BelleAir446 on February 24, 2010 at 11:59 AM

Re: “Bluerose Café

Incredibly delicious food that feels like it's made from the heart. I have been numerous times for meals at all times of the day (and Sunday Brunch - AMAZING!) and the people have always been wonderfully friendly. Thank you Blue Rose Cafe for being a wonderful addition to Charleston! I will continue to recommend you to all of my friends who come to visit the city!

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Posted by AMcharleston on February 19, 2010 at 10:16 PM

Re: “Queen Street Grocery & Café

This place is pure delight, downtown crepe cafe with soups and hot tea at low prices. Wish the outdoor seating area was in season though.

Posted by beansNrice_girl on February 11, 2010 at 9:47 AM

Re: “Caviar & Bananas

I just have a problem paying as much for an iced tea as I do for may be good, but WAY overpriced!

Posted by carriea on February 11, 2010 at 8:38 AM

Re: “Caviar & Bananas

Favorite place to run and grab lunch. My roommates and I can never agree on where to go, but there are so many options that no of us are ever disappointed at Caviar and Banana's. There are also so many services- wine tastings, sushi-making lessons, delivery, validated parking, and you can even swing by the store and they will hand your order to you while you remain in your car.

Posted by cgprice on February 11, 2010 at 7:53 AM

Re: “Caviar & Bananas

Favorite place to run and grab lunch. There are so many options that no one will be disappointed.

Posted by cgprice on February 11, 2010 at 7:49 AM

Re: “Saffron

Saffron used to be a lot better. Past times I have been it hasn't seemed very clean. The menu is okay. I just never feel like the food is that fresh. The day old bread is a nice touch but definitely tastes like old bread.

Posted by sally78 on February 9, 2010 at 11:49 AM

Re: “Bluerose Café

Dennis has created to most friendly atmosphere of any restaurant in Charleston. The fare is authentically Irish and yummy!

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Posted by halfsheli on February 8, 2010 at 11:58 AM

Re: “Queen Street Grocery & Café

Best crepes and Cuban sandwich in Charleston. Organic wine selection is tops as well. Highly recommended any time of day.

Posted by frenchMaid1331 on February 6, 2010 at 11:00 AM

Re: “Five Loaves Cafe

We have been there quite a few times and the only time I ever had a bad meal was when I ordered the steak from the menu. It was grissle and not good. You learn, order a steak at a steak place. All the other times it has been great. I highly recommed it and it is a great value for the money. Gnocchis are some of the best I ever had.

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Posted by mcneill on February 4, 2010 at 9:12 AM

Re: “Queen Street Grocery & Café

Haven't had a bad meal yet. From their fresh crepes to the stacked Cuban sandwich are all prepared to order. Great selection of beer and wine. One of my favorite places to stop and have a good meal and a good laugh.

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Posted by RAVENS on January 30, 2010 at 6:34 PM

Re: “Five Loaves Cafe

wow. i am cringing as i am writing this....see my other review on the page? I normally LOVE five loaves, everything is yummy and reasonably priced, but a I have to report a big fat BOOOOO & 2 thumbs down on your (lack of) service last night. Two if us walked in, about 7 pm on a Friday night, and yes, it was hoppin, as expected. Now, we honestly dont ever mind a wait for good food....but NOBODY EVER even acknowledged our presence!! We stood at the door, beside another group of 3 girls, for almost 10 minutes---never saw them get greeted either. So that's 5 people standing inside the door @ the Mt. P five loaves...if youve been in there, you know that 5 people standing at the door is pretty noticeable & obvious... We stood there almost 10 minutes, and nobody ever came by to say Welcome/Hi, or even something like "sorry it's crazy in here, it might be a few minutes". SUPER disappointed. Seriously, not ONE of the waitresses glanced at us, even when they came to the table right next to where we were standing, and the guy in the blue button down shirt at the bar seemed like he was so in the weeds he never even looked up anywhere in the direction of the door....
This is how you lose loyal customers!! W ended up over at Boulevard diner, where, even with 10 people waiting, we were greeted and our existence actually acknowledged. Might try 5 loaves again for lunch, but if that is how dinner service is run, i def. wont go back for dinner.....

Posted by yournamehere on January 30, 2010 at 12:18 PM

Re: “Queen Street Grocery & Café

Best crepes and Cuban sandwiches in the city. Home made spicy chipotle will clear your nasal passages. Cold pressed coffee is so strong I met Jim Morrison and Jimmi Hendrix on the same day. Their regular coffee could be better though. Organic wine selection is good.

Posted by DogEatsDogger on January 24, 2010 at 6:25 PM

Re: “Queen Street Grocery & Café

This establishment is the only one in the Holy City deserving of the name "Recovery Room." Cold pressed coffee, Kombucha, and vitamin loaded vittles are the morphine of the liver battering lifestyle of Charleston. Honest music and even more honest conversation seal the deal as the misgivings of the late hours can be redeemed in the early ones. Great lunch spot, almost makes me jealous of those in walking distance. When voting your dollars, don't mind walking an extra street over.

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Posted by anotherglassplz on January 13, 2010 at 11:08 AM

Re: “Queen Street Grocery & Café

Their insanely strong cold pressed coffee is pure rocket fuel. The crepe spinning guy (?) made us a tasty turkey, basil, and spicy chipotle treat with thin sliced apples. Fun place to hang out and chat. Highly recommended, and close to King and Broad Street. But beware of the cold pressed coffee... not for weaklings.

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Posted by aardvark303 on January 13, 2010 at 9:02 AM
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