I didn't go to the fair this year or any other year. I can't believe that the Coastal County Fair would allow an animal act such as with the Bear to be included. I DETEST that type of attraction and would not give them my business.
Agreed. It's 2011, and the fair still lets morons walk around blowing cigarette smoke at people.
Wise up, exchange club, make designated smoking areas and the rest smoke free.
Especially the amphitheater, where people are packed in to see the bands.
Designated smoking areas will only slightly inconvenience a few and greatly improve the fair experience for many.
If I could give a negative star I would. To charge $2 for 3D glasses on top of the already steep ticket prices is unconscionable. And then to FOLLOW ME into the Ladies Room to get them back is a bit absurd! When I told the manager I would never return she couldn't care less...
I went to the first roast they had many years ago. It was crowded and poorly organized then, and appears to be the same in subsequent years. The prices are outrageous, and the traffic is horrible! Go out to Bowen's Island or a local place and eat your oysters and drink your beer. You'll enjoy it more and save a lot of time and money.
The reputation of the Oyster Festival has been getting poorer and poorer over the past few years. Why go all the way over there, sit for hours in traffic (in and out), pay an incredible price for just a few oysters, and wait in long, long lines for the honor of being fucked? Save the trip, go locally, and have hot oysters and good beer that dows not require a mortgage on your home?
Avoid this place at all costs. Unprofessional, teenie-bopper staff, dirty. Bad, over-priced food and beverages. Stream someting at home instead. You're welcome.
Worse movie theater! I have lost my wallet twice and I've constantly called and they never pick up. Horrible customer service.
I've had terrible experiences every time I've been to this Cinebarre, and I've given way too many chances. The first time I went, the food came out cold. We chalked it up to them being busy and decided to let it pass. The second time we went, we limited ourselves to just a plate of fries. Who can mess up fries? We wrote off the food for good once they also came out stale and cold. The third time we went, I stuck to just candy because there is no way you can mess up Milk Duds! Wrong. The waiter walked by my ticket three times and STILL never took it! Considering he actually stopped in front of my ticket and still ignored my order made matters even worse. Even so, I decided to give them one more chance.
This last time I went was the absolute worst experience I have ever had in any restaurant. I stuck with two beers before the show started, a fail-proof route. Everything was fine until it reached the last thirty minutes and I sat waiting for my card and receipt to be returned. I spent the last part of my movie experience stressing over where my credit card was and how everyone else in my row had theirs except me. By the time the movie ended I still had no card. Turns out she had given it to someone sitting two seats down from me.
Alright, so by now I'm throwing in my towel for Cinebarre. I wrote on my receipt that she had given my credit card to the wrong person and wrote a line through the tip. That was the first time in my life that I've never left a tip, and coming from someone who has worked food and bev for ten years that must mean something.
I go to check my bank statement a few days later, and the waitress wrote her own tip in.
I repeat : SHE WROTE HER OWN TIP IN.
After I had left a note saying she had given my card to the wrong person.
So my waitress went behind my back and stole her tip even after I had explained why I wasn't leaving one.
To make matters worse, it took me three days of calling to actually get ahold of the manager. When she finally found my receipt and admitted that she had in fact written in her own tip, all she said was sorry. In no way, shape, or form did she offer anything to convince me to come back or even that the waitress would be reprimanded.
Like I mentioned before, I've worked in the food and bev industry for ten years and NEVER, EVER is it acceptable to steal your own tip.
I recommend never going to Cinebarre unless you want to deal with terrible food, even worse service, and incompetent managers!
Is there anything like a haunted house experience for 10-year olds and 6-year olds besides the Haunted Hay Ride we do every year? Just curious. I heard of the Amy's thing but it looks like it's for 12 and over. thanks!
Didn't go to fair this year....to old and to slow..to much walking, and well anyway...
Everytime I have been, which has been several times... It has never cost less than $40 or $50. I am a single mom, and that is an expensive movie I don't care how you tweek it!!!
I also had an "experience" with the manager and got the same feeling... she was indifferent to my issue!
1- turn off the caps lock, Sparky
2- while you're aghast at Anna's appearance, I'm sure she'd be impressed with yours
this is going to be a blast!!!
5 seats left.....
I am so excited to see these guys again! They rocked it last year, great vibes
Race sounds awesome, can't wait. BroncoBilly
Hampton Park is a great place for the Plant Swap. Plan to spend some time smelling the roses.
Very poor customer service. Management is not at all helpful to resolve any issues. They do not return calls so you have to be persistant. It became obvious the customer doesnt really matter when you have a million dollar business.
I would not recommend this "fitness center".
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.....
The venue was quite good and so were Boyz II Men. I love Patti Labelle and have seen her on three separate occasions. Unfortunately, her perforance was a big disappointment. She never sang a song completely through and talked more than she sang. She began by criticizing Boyz II Men for not coming to say hello to her and stated they had no manners. Shortly after she got on stage she complained about her diabetes, stopped her attempts at singing so she could drink orange juice. Then she proceeded to eat fried chicken and biscuits (turning her back to the audience for most of this lengthy period). Come on Patti, no wonder you need five shots a day if you can't get through a concert without fried chicken and biscuits. Paid to hear her sing not chow down on foods a diabetic shouldn't be eating anyway. Too sad!
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