"stated damaging information that could not be substantiated."
Next time you go in there, ask any of the workers if they receive electronic gratuities. 100% of them will tell you that they don't (unless a manager is buzzing around them). I can absolutely guarantee this.
There: you have your substantiation. Fact.
I should say that I love this place, but I have a problem when owners are greedy like this. Tips are meant for employees, not managers and/or owners. I think it's also misleading that they don't disclose this practice to the customer.
Will I let this issue go? I don't think so. Here's a business that is absolutely flourishing, and they take gratuities from their employees' pockets. This is what happens at all of their (prospering) locations.
Seriously? This place is kind of meh. Do they make their corn beef and pastrami in house ? I know they have to ship in their cheesecake, I am assuming they ship in everything else. Too bad, they are not a real deli. I think I'll walk over Craig Diehls place when I want a real sandwich. PS I don't have a clue what Pronghorn said, but whatever it was, I am agreeing with him.
Maybe Hannah will look into it. I've noticed that CCP doesn't pick on the ol' P&C any more...
Chris Haire is in the pockets of the powerful Big Deli lobby. They've infiltrated the top ranks of the CCP. We will not be silenced. Wake up sheeple!
I pulled them.
Reason: They were stating information that: One, was hearsay. Two, wasn't a part of a critical review of the restaurant. Three, stated damaging information that could not be substantiated.
Censorship on this? Really? Would it be possible for an editor or any City Paper employee to explain this to me, please? Thank y'all.
If you explained the deletions to me, I wouldn't have to make the same posts again – but that's not a threat.
Surely Sam Spence can put this matter to bed.
As a server that has been in the Food and Bev industry for multiple years I feel like I should enlighten you on what you have just posted. Over the past few years the laws have become stricter in regards to tip sharing and fair wage practices. Restaurants are not able to just hand over envelopes of cash to the servers from credit card sales. They are now requiring us to turn in those figures and they are now reporting those tips to the payroll company which In return we now have to pay taxes on. After the past few lawsuits involving local area restaurants my fellow servers and I are seeing our employers covering their own asses much to our dismay. I would say that whomever you are getting your info from is either sadly mistaken or very green to the current restaurant world. Perhaps instead of blasting a company on third hand knowledge you should have your source contact their company with their concerns.
Fook Yeah! 'DA Pub' is my favorite place to relax with a beer. Quite the eccelectic mix of folks.
the duck club is killer!! the rest of the menue is solid. the staff kicks much ass. one of my favorite hang out/ eat spots in charleston.
Haha, yep. Seasonal.
Kolsch or HopArt....
Did you know they have a craft brew, very hoppy, that is limited to two pints per customer? It's because of the high APV, and they don't want you to get a DUI. Nice guys, and great place. Both of them.
unfortunately this beer isn't year round...
Best of all of South Carolina!!
Basil? Best Asian Fusion instead of the more deserving Zen in West Ashley is a surprise win to anyone who eats at both restaurants regularly. I've had experiences at Basil that left me wondering why they have such a following other than their downtown location. Despite two hiccups their first year, the experience and consistency at Zen has me driving further when I'm craving those Asian flavors. I must however credit Basil for being a prime player of the redevelopment of Upper King St. into Charleston's hot locals-oriented foodie district.
It's best only if you consider the food and were born deaf. I won't set foot in the place again because I value my hearing over great enchiladas. Any restaurant where it is difficult to hear your wait person who is literally screaming at you is just a "tad" too loud. Call me old- fashioned, but dining at 100 decibels isn't "fine" in any sense of the word. If you must, go at a time when you can insist on sitting outside. I guarantee you traffic on Coleman Blvd will be much quieter than the noise inside.
I have been watching the show on Bravo and it absolutely looks like a place where I want to spend the rest of my life there.
Well that is just crappy. I usually go to the one on Dorchester at Leeds, I will have to ask the next time I go in.
East Bay Deli Owner,
Just like last year and this year, I will bring this up every year you win Best Deli unless you enact rightful, just change.
I guarantee that.
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