Hands down my fav place in all of downtown Charleston!
Great venue for Rock shows. The bands are usually B or C level headliners but the opening bands are always up and comers. I am going to see Rumour Has Wings tonight and will prob. leave before Ice. The Drowning Pool show they had was sick.
This place is NEVER, EVER, a disappointment! The seafood is always unbelievable, the service is impeccable. This is always one of my top recommendations for friends who visit...
A Hidden Gem.
I heard about this place on Restaurant.com. I've probably driven past this place a million times and never even noticed it.
Pros: Eclectic menu, delicious homemade salad dressings, ketchup and mustard. Food looks, smells, and tastes fresh. A great place for Vegetarians, I recommend the Black Bean sliders (you can choose from a variety of mouth watering toppings). Their salads rock..who would ever think a salad could taste so good! Staff are always friendly, kind, welcoming, and pleasant.
Cons: A little dark in the restaurant...other than that-Nothing.
Will definitely return and recommend to friends!
I went their with some friends and we did a sushi dinner. Excellent sushi. Fun atmosphere, although you will get a bit damp if you sit right next to the fountain. We didn't do the hibachi thing that night, but I certainly plan on going back and giving it a try!
Their new menu is AWESOME!! Most people I know love this restaurant, and obviously people have to enjoy it for them to stay open. They have awesome happy hour drink specials and now they are doing a special for families or groups that come in on Thursdays! I'm trying it out tonight with some friends that are in town! They are also doing wine paired 5 course dinners every third Wednesday of each month. I can't wait to try that as well!
If you think your tab is being padded,look at your check idiot.The place is amazing,best place in summerville.Tell the owner if you have issues.Guess your bored and can't count and drink more than you realize.Two letters AA
That's right southernchick80 you tell them.
We love CPH for selfish reasons. It is our go-to place on the way home from working downtown, late-night. They offer full menu (I think) until 1230 and you can't beat the beer selection. Try the rosemary popcorn; I would not have given it a second glance until a free sample at happy hour and now it is a sure thing everytime I go in. The mussels are great and the fries that come with them are a delicious bonus. Staff/owners seem like great people and we hope they do well. Since Vic's closed/changed owners this is an excellent substitution.
Without a doubt, the best burger and fries to be had anywhere around. My generously portioned, juicy, succulent burger was perfectly cooked to medium rare, and the choice of toppings (I ordered the Southern burger which sports a fried green tomato among other items) was really imaginative. The fries were out of this world. My wife had a terrific cob salad. Wide selection of beers (bottled and on tap), wines by the bottle or glass, and some interesting cocktail options. The decor is neither upscale nor low-end; just a comfortable, relaxing, friendly place to eat, drink and linger. The staff was genuinely friendly and attentive. (Thanks, Rob!) We will definitely be back. Want to try those lamb burgers!
I can't believe someone actually would take the time to complain about something as pedestrian as a mimosa.
I came into town as part of a touring band and had probably the best experience of the four weeks we spent on the road. The staff from the owners to the bartenders were all extremely friendly and helpful and took great care of us. As one who has spent seven years working in bars (and many more frequenting them), I thought it was an ace staff top to bottom with great service, perfect drinks and just the right kind of food, in price and selection, for a hungry band on the road. They handled the lone out-of-line drunk you're going to experience in any crowded bar with professionalism AND authority, a hard balance to achieve.
Don't mean to gush, but The Mill is and will always be in my mind an oasis on the road.
Never had a bad time at the Mill, agree totally with CEdge. If a bartender anywhere is mad at someone, it's usually because they deserve it! Like the atmosphere of the Mill, it's what an actual BAR is supposed to be like!
The Mill RAWKS! It is def. one of the coolest places to hang in Charleston..the staff is on their toes and ready to serve...the have GREAT music...cool retro furniture... local art on the walls...and the food is actually purdy good...if you want to escape the douchbaggery of Charleston, and go somewhere cool, this is the place
one of the best bars in charleston, without a doubt. i love the hairy guy
The Mill is by far the best bar in North Charleston, no make that the entire Charleston area. The art, the music, the food, the events and of course the beer...no bar does it better. Don't listen to some of the idiotic comments posted, I've never met better bartenders. The bartender commented on the most respectable barkeep I've ever come across. You should be so lucky be served by him. Give respect to get respect.
I can't understand why anyone wouldn't love this place. Lunch today - split two excellent burgers with a friend (The General Lee and the Bramboozled) and they were OUT. OF. THIS. WORLD. The prices were great, our service was fantastic (Caroline) and the taste and portions of the food were fabulous. Love, love, loved it.
A great addition to the Mt. Pleasant dining scene. We stopped by for lunch and the Fried Green Tomato Napoleon, Southwestern Salad, and California Burger were all delicious and reasonably priced. Great cocktail and beer selection as well. Will definitely visit again and often!
There are many reasons why I love Tsunami's downtown.
First and foremost: the sushi is excellent. They rolls vary from simple offerings you would expect at any sushi joint (spicy tuni, california roll) to complicated and unique rolls. One of my favorite rolls is "the last sushi", which is topped with tuna and a generous helping of spicy wasabi paste.
The staff is excellent. I visit Tsunami almost every week, and I've only had a bad experience once (from a server who is no longer employed there). The barstaff and waitstaff are very friendly, extremely attentive without being imposing. Linn and Tara are two great examples; they both provide outstanding and personalized service each time I visit.
I need to mention the nice specials that tsunamis offers. There is a sushi happy hour each day, 4:30-6:30pm. Your choice of 3 rolls from a limited menu for $8.99. Select beers are $2 all the time, and monday is F&B night.
Five stars all around
Showed up for Sunday brunch with high expectations and wasn't the least bit disappointed when I left a couple hours later (perhaps partially due to taking advantage of the $10 bottomless mimosas, of which you can actually taste the champagne!).
I absolutley looooved the carolina eggrolls - the mustard bbq sauce was superb. I'd heard raves about their fish tacos, so I decided to try them. They were tasty but a bit light on the "meatiness" of the filling. I opened the tacos to find four or five smaller chunks of mahi-mahi - enough for a piece per bite, but left me wanting for more. The sweet potato fries with their apple butter type dip & home fries were also very good. One of my friends tried the smoked salmon omelette and was very impressed. The other person I was with said his pulled pork sandwich was more than he could finish & actually regretted filling up on mimosas!
Our glasses weren't empty until we got up to leave, our waitress, Jessica, was very attentive and personable. If, as a group, we didn't have a new-place-each-sunday rule, I'd be back with a quickness!
Damn dude,get a life.Ate there sunday and the food,music and staff were dead on.Sounds like a hater w/a check he can't cash dot dot dot lol
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