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.
Hear, hear! Michael really is one of the best little known chefs in town, and that's saying something with the competition in Charleston. His food certainly reflects his talent and the considerable time, care, and pride he puts into it.
Every brewery in the area welcomes tasters and beer lovers.
HC doesn't require a pedigree check before allowing you to try their beer.
Locals have forgotten about Coast.
No doubt about it!!!!
Congratulations!!!!! Very proud!!!
Having grown up eating this stuff, I fail to see the appeal.
As it should be!
You simply cannot go by what you read, what you hear and even what you see...did I mention what you read? Having eaten at Andolini's three times since moving here about a year ago, I was looking for something new. Most importantly I was looking for something non-GMO...and before I go on...actually...I don't even feel like going on at this point...Mellow Mushroom has the best pizza in town, hands down (imho)! And their food is "real" food and they even have a gluten-free option (which is pretty ok). Having lived in NYC for a brief stint, New York Style Pizza is in New York, period! Andolini's AND Sabatino's is only a step up from Pizza Hut, Dominoes and PJs...and that don't say much, now does it?
I hate to break this to everyone... but just because Rue de Jean has a French name does not make it a French restaurant. Their menu includes sushi. What about La Fourchette? It is owned and managed by an actual Frenchman, trust me go in there and he will come and speak to you at some point during your dinner. What about Fast & French? Or even Fat Hen or Fish for goodness sake?
As far as "best French restaurant," this is not only a poor choice but an insult to the authentic and wonderful French restaurants that Charleston has to offer.
Apparently the "New York Style" refers to nouveau cuisine from a northern English city. I'm from New York and Andolini's is not like anything I've ever seen either in the city or in the more mundane regions anywhere in the state. Perhaps a qualifier should be that before voting on New York style pizza, you must actually know what it is. But, alas, if that philosophy were to be emplaced on all "Best Of" categories, it would permanently skew all of the results we've grown to expect..........Nevermind.
You know, it's really funny... I've eaten Andolini's pizza and it's ok - if you've got the munchies and have an uncontrolled urge for anything to fill your stomach. Last year, I made a trip to NYC and while I was there, I ate at the place where Sabatino spent years "learning the trade". It was "to die for"! I've only had better pizza in one place - Italy. I'm here to tell you that I couldn't taste any real difference between NY pizza in NYC (the Bronx) and NY pizza at Sabatino's. Sab's pizza is, by far, the best place in town and the ONLY place in town to get real NY pie.
A closed place won?
@Aleyeast but they went to Jersey Mike's...which is from NJ lol
well done city paper.
Has no one ever been to The Woodlands? Or how about Perfectly Franks at least?
Well, what is the REAL best new restaurant?
Brock's double cheeseburger is one of the best I've ever had. Not sure I understand the California spin (In-N-Out) at a restaurantly so overtly committed to local and regional cuisine, but I'm not complaining either.
No, mayor, tells us what you really feel
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