If all you have to pick from is Home Team and Sticky's, why vote? Both are not very good...SI restaurant is really not as good as it was...And it was Never very good...SMD
The whatever it's called that's a baked potato loaded with barbeque is nice.
BECAUSE POTATO. BAKED.
Not good, sorry.
No Way....Andolini's isn't even in the top 10.....Come on! This place has been crap for a long time.....LaPizzeria, Sabbatino's, Amalfi's, Grimaldi's, are all way, way better...The voters are idiot college kids...Heck, even Mellow Mushroom, which sucks, is better...How about EVOO, way better than Andolini's...If you think Andolini's is the best you should have to eat that junk...Putrid garbage....
Also, they have two locations. You may have to walk a block, but I always find parking on Sullivan's.
bad area? not enough parking on the highway? they have a parking lot
Can't wait for this joint (or is it already open?):
*Note that your joke applies to this link as well.
Do they have Bud Light Lime?
(extended jokes are extended)
WE WON IT AT WEM-BER-LEE
WE WON IT IN GAY PAREE
IN '77 AND '84 IT WAS ROME
WE WON IT FIVE TIMES
WE WON IT FIVE TI-I-IMES
IN ISTANBUL, WE WON IT FIVE TIMES
My Polar Bear™ cooler on the beach.
Blacked out at this place.
The Veggie Crisp is potentially the best sandwich in Charleston.
Crust looks good. I went in there but I haven't dined yet.
It smelled great.
Does anyone know how to contact these guys...please have them call Chef Robert Carter
The food was great. The acoustics and service is (was?) lousy. Could hardly hear yourself think. Wonder if they have takeout? Unbelievably, they don't serve coffee or offer streak sauce other than the house version. And Mason jar drinking glasses..puleeze..best food on the Island for sure..
All the local breweries are awesome & have nothing but good things to say about each other. Congratulations to HCB!
Not enough parking on HY61 and not enough room inside. Also in a bad area. Relocating would help a lot as this is a nice venue overall and open mike a good draw.
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