This class is fantastic! I would recommend to anyone!
I know all of you are right, but we did the right thing and did not go.....I knew the traffic would suck. Mt. Pleasant is too small over there on Long Point rd. with 1 lane. And, I knew it would be a drunk fest, with overpriced food for the high class and elite...sorry it sucked, but I knew it would.....
And also, the corn maze died according to the owner. You can't control nature, so it seems like they used innovation instead of giving up. They cut a maze through hedges. Alot of work goes into the upkeep of the place. The questions also did not seem unfriendly to a child either. It woudl be hard to have a maze that suited everyone if the questions throughout were suited to four year olds.
Actually the farms seem alot of fun to me. It was completely family friendly (except for haunted hay ride). Boone Hall is more well known, but that does not make it better. I saw many kids going through the maze and did fine. People seemed to have a lot of fun
Basically i am indian. After reaching US we found this store and now we feel like we are staying in our home town. We will get all the fresh vegetables and all grocery items. I would recommend this store to all indians and my american friends also.
When my 4 year old twins and I arrived to Legare Farms, we saw signs leading us to a 'CORN' maze; however, the maze turned out to be a non-children friendly 'MYRTLE' maze. The path desperately needs to be bush hogged so children can walk through the path without becoming scratched/scraped up by tall grasses and tree limbs. As for the 'fun' questions, the game was too advanced for young kids. The whole experience of Legare Farms was mediocre in my opinion. After going through the Myrtle maze, my family and I did not even want to take the hay ride. I strongly suggest taking the kids to Boone Hall Plantation instead for a fun-filled day with your young ones.
This is a GREAT place to listen to local Acoustic music! No bar noise, holds about 90 people. Sit at small tables that seat 4 people. Good refreshments. Very close to the performer -- superb interaction with the audience -- and ONLY $10!!!
My favorite spot for lunch in the Charleston area!! Everything is absolutely delicious and well priced!! My only recommendation would be to add a few more tables and eliminate some of the freestanding displays. I think they have enough of a demand for lunch to do that!!
Just "discovered" this place last weekend & had lunch, my wife is now teaching school in that area. Unreal. Best crab cake (sandwich) I've had in my life (I've had a lot), excellent cuke/tomato/onion salad, and water/tea/lemonade for $7. Ended up buying some produce & shrimp (also reasonably priced) for dinner the next night.
We'll be back. Probably tomorrow.
This place has the best home cooking in the Lowcountry. Never a disappointment. The fresh caught shrimp (NO PRESERVATIVES) come in daily from their own boat.
You should maybe hit the caps lock and the meth pipe a few times less.
I haven't been to the square onion in years - and for no particular reason other than I'm not usually nearby at lunchtime. But it was always delicious and the first summer they opened I was adicted to their Caprese Sandwiches. Heavens knows how many of them I ate in those 3 months. Anyway, with the recent weather having been hotter than the hinges on the back door of hell, I thought a cold summer sandwich would be just the thing. So, I stroll into the Square Onion with my mouth already watering. Then, I notice the daily special, and I ordered that instead. It was the most delicious heirloom tomato sandwich! There were juicy and flavorful bright yellow heirloom tomatoes layered with softened goat cheese, fresh basil, really good quality olive oil, and balsamic vineger. All of this lovliness was inside a perfect roll -- soft and chewy on the inside, crusty and lightly toasted on the outside. I had planned on eating 1/2 today and saving the other for tomorrow, yet I found myself stuffing my face until the entire sandwich was gone. I am now sitting back in my office chair, groaning, and wondering how I'm going to face a full afternoon of work. By the way, the side I chose today was edamame salad. It was solidly good, light - yet filling, and so much healthier than usual side choices that accompany sandwiches. So, 5 Stars to the Square Onion!!! I'll be back next week!!
Both Muddy Waters provide some of the best coffee and just plain good fellowship than those other places. Prices are right and the west ashley one offers great sandwiches. Visit one today!
Very good show overall, I thought the Village People gave me more of what I came for, but they were both good. We left early as people started to crowd up into the aisles of the seats, making it just too hot to stick around.
I was there and loved the performace. It was VERY hot though! - JA
Mount Pleasant should have stayed the sleepy little village it started as. The people that moved here are responsible for the things mentioned in the above reviews. Boone Hall probably can not pay their bills because everyone is so stinking cheap around here, they probably go the market, get ideas for recipes, then go to Wal-Mart to shop. How about supporting the local market instead of bashing it, then maybe they will be able to pay their bills.
The atmosphere is otherworldly which accentuates the therapeutic experience. I had an amazing foot bath which cleaned out many toxins in my body. I also enjoyed the "sampler" night which is more social than the private experience though it allowed me to see many other facets of what this great place will do for my body and soul.
i just stepped into seeking indigo the other day and i have been counting the moments until i can get back inside those walls. i have been looking for place just like this in the charleston area for some time now. $20 miguns! you can't get that anywhere. i immediately felt my worries lift. i spoke to very intelligent people willing and wanting to help me with any problem i have. my lower back with always be appreciative but my mind and my soul, now that it understands peace, will always seek it.
I love H&L and shop there all the time. And the variety...how much more could any one person want? That store is loaded. I walk the aisles everytime I am there. Amazing. I always go in the daylight though and do know that they are open until 8pm in the evenings. Never have seen any sign of a problem.
I got mugged outside of the store. it's in a terrible part of town-- right nextdoor to the community thrift stores where homeless people hang around all day. i was disappointed in the selection at h&l but was impressed with the fact that it was so clean for an asian market. i don't know about you but the cleanliness was not enough to get me back to the store though because what i care about is 1) safety and 2) variety. both of which were lacking for h&l
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