On the bright side, if you are looking for a cool sports bar without having to go to far, then this is a great place to go. They have many tvs set up inside and out. As far as anything else goes, the food is terrible...they must rely on liquor and beer sales to stay open. Some of the staff and very friendly and like to have fun, but others are just kind of stupid and are only there to try and make a buck. If you are able to be there on a day when the owners are not drunk, then they are pretty nice guys and will do anything for their patrons, unfortunately, they are drunk about 90% of the time they are there. I will still go to have some drinks and watch some games, but I do not go there because I like DIG.
The above reviews must be friends or employees or asked to leave a review because there was NOTHING good about this place. The food is so overpriced for what you get and tasted like s*&^! The service was bad when we could gould get service at all and if the band spent more time woohoo'n then actually singing! Never again would I set foot int there!
he was amazing- and HOT!!! was there on a bachelorette party, and was about to go elsewhere until he started- we didn't leave until they kicked us out after 2am!!!
Enjoyed the fish and chips, staff was friendly. We live off of whipple road, close to oue house. Great [place to get a beer and relax
Wild Wing is great, awesome menu. Definitely something for everyone. mmmm PRETZEL BITES!
"Irish pub & seafood restaurant". How about deciding on one theme and do it properly, please... you are NOTHING-- i repeat, nothing---like a real Irish pub. The food tastes like it's pre-packaged meals that have just been warmed up and slid over onto a plate. In years past, it was a fun place to go, now it's just gotten really sad.
Nice place inside. Been there three times. Home chips are good. Brie appetizer is good. We've had three entrees and all were really bad. Corned beef and cabbage. Oh man! They served me a pile of deli meat on overcooked cabbage. Not at all what I expected. For the price I was charged, I was expecting real cooked corned beef and cabbage not something thrown together from the deli counter. Gave them a second chance. Unfortunately, the french dip sandwich was MUCH worse. Au jus tasted like it came from a can. The little bit of meat was dry and crumbly. Sorry but it was really, really bad. Husband's pizza was awful, too. In this area, you HAVE to cook great food if you want to continue serving food. There are just too many great restaurants to choose from.
Oh, by the way, the entire time we were there tonight, not one smile, not one thank you from the staff.
Two beers, home chip appetizer, an individual pizza and a french dip sandwich with 3 tablespoons of french onion soup for a side cost us $38.73 before the tip.
And we were so very excited to get a neighborhood pub. It will only be snacks and beer for us from now on.
Great pizza & wings. We had great service. Staff was really friendly & fun. Prices are fantastic. Wide selection of craft beers on tap. Lots of TV's to watch any game you want. Well worth the trip.
If you're charging for food and beverage, then you're open. Pre-open?? Nice try.
The service and wait may have been slow, but did you realize that they are officially opening tonight (August 20) and have been in pre-opening until now? Pre-opening is to work out the kinks and isn't a great time to review a place.
Just visited the new location in West Ashley and don't think we'll return until they get their stuff together. The place was not crowded and the server was pleasant, but it took over 45 minutes for the food to get to the table. The food was good, but the wait was ridiculous.
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.
Don't bother visiting this location if you're looking to have a cold one and watch a MLB game other than the Braves. The do not have MLB Extra Innings. Sad for a so called sports bar.
just wanted to let you know that it is bullsh*t this show is 21+. i am 18 and i cant go to this show.....i love this band. screw the dive.
here is a video to demonstrate how they do it at the Mill. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bBXyB7niEc0…
Hello , My name is Adorable Robbie from the Mill.I love to cook and sing.I would like for you to watch my video on You tube ...............................http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ysqh1uzqGrc .I am sure you will like it .Thank you , love Adorable Robbie
Groovy Cool!!!!!! Hey everybody it's 70's Wallie here to tell you to come on down to the Mill for the first 70's party of the year.That's right time to boogie down and get funky in your best 70's outfit.The best 70's costume will win $500 in cash and drinks.Also when I do a 70's party, I do it right .We will roll back the alcohol prices back to match the 1970's prices.so come on down this sat July 3 for the best time ever!
Argh,Old Blackbeard here to talk about me favorite subject.....Certain types of manure used to be transported (as everything was back then) by ship. In dry form it weighs a lot less, but once water (at sea) hit it. It not only became heavier, but the process of fermentation began again, of which a by-product is methane gas.
As the stuff was stored below decks in bundles you can see what could (and did) happen; methane began to build up below decks and the first time someone came below at night with a lantern. BOOOOM!
Several ships were destroyed in this manner before it was discovered what was happening.
After that, the bundles of manure where always stamped with the term "S.H.I.T" on them which meant to the sailors to "Ship High In Transit." In other words, high enough off the lower decks so that any water that came into the hold would not touch this volatile cargo and start the production of methane. You can fill me tip jar to show thanks for the info.
That's right southernchick80 you tell them.
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