"I humbly ask the ownership to take note of these trends in comments. I just hope they get this bit corrected."
Seeing as how you copied and pasted this exact same post from 2 years ago, I'd say you have your answer. They're too cool to give a shit about customer service. And after 10 pm they're too wasted to give a shit.
Bad food, bad service, zero ambiance. Every time I go here I regret it. Tattooed Moose Johns Island can't open soon enough.
This place is like eating at a food truck. It's a small menu with trendy food that is a bit pricy for what it is and not that tasty. Save yourself some money and go to Five Loaves and get a salad and sandwich for the same price.
Obvious shill above, this place gets one star for despicable marketing tactics.
This place SUCKS! Went there today, ordered food and drinks. After 3 drinks (we were waiting patiently) and swatting countless flies on the patio the food never came and our waitress had gone home. Just piss poor. Won't be back. Too many other good places to go in Charleston.
Web site advertising, sign on door, and telephone message says hours are 7 AM to 9 PM Tues thru Sun. We drove 20 miles from West Ashley on Fri evening but they were closed at 7 PM. Thought we would try again Sun but call 1st to understand hours. No phone answer but message still says open 7 AM to 9 PM. Finally called emergency number and find they closed at 3 PM. This is needlessly confusing and troublesome to potential customers not yet familiar that wants to try. We won't try again.
Wow. When will Charleston's Hipster restaurant fade end?
This place should be avoided, its in a sketchy part of town where nobody could feel safe at night in and the atmosphere inside is even more depressing. One wooden table and a scattering of random chairs. The chairs are mostly just steel or rusted metal. There was one chair with a thin cushion that looked like they got it out of a medical landfill.
Pro - The chalkboard menu in the kitchen area was a unique touch and was well done.
The food is incredibly limited, salty and expensive. Very small portions for sandwiches that are in the $13 neighborhood. No thanks.
The very limited menu is hampered by the fact that everything has some sort of 'non-traditional" ingredient thrown in. I understand trying to be different, but it just comes off as desperate. Why not just focus on making an awesome *REAL* cuban instead of trying to be cute with it?
One upside was that parking was free and plentiful, didn't really see anyone else eating there so I got a front row spot. Whoooo.
The antique cash register, cabinet, the mason jars, it just screamed hipster phony.
Staff was friendly though, so they've got that going for them.
Flip off my friend because of her bumper sticker? Oh, by the way, the food is not great.
went into the bagel shop two times and ordered egg sandwiches both times they were delivered to me wrapped in tinfoil with no wax paper so the sandwiches became soggy and wet. I thought to myself if they are to cheap use wax paper i wonder what other corners their cutting. my wife received the turkey panini which came highly recommended by the staff, the sandwich came out and was cold in the middle, the turkey tasted like it had been sitting in A bucket for a few days. overall highly disatisfied, cut my losses at 15 bucks and decided that would be the last time. if your thinking about going here do yourself a favor and go to bagel nation, this place won't be around long.
I stopped in to get a sandwich recently. I stood at the counter ready to order for 10 minutes until someone finally asked me what I wanted. They need a more organized process for ordering. The person that made my sandwich was a young guy (maybe 17 or 18) and was not friendly at all. The sandwich was very bland because he forgot to add 2 ingredients. I ordered a tea but had to wait for someone to refill the container. They won't be there long if too many other people have this experience. Too many other good restaurants in Mount Pleasant.
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