Oh no! I wonder if they will keep the Hay operation going.
Colton . I agree that Carl `s bl0g is good. .. yesterday I picked up a top of the range Jaguar XJ after earning $8033 this last four weeks and-also, $10k last-month . with-out any doubt it's the nicest-job Ive had . I started this 3 months ago and almost straight away was earning over $85...
Colton . I agree that Carl `s bl0g is good... yesterday I picked up a top of the range Jaguar XJ after earning $8033 this last four weeks and-also, $10k last-month . with-out any doubt it's the nicest-job Ive had . I started this 3 months ago and almost straight away was earning over $85...
Charleston Place service has a great reputation. Should be a lock. They've needed this casual concept option for years and the prices look surprisingly reasonable.
^^ @Oldman. LOL. Henry's will Always be the center of the #douchiverse but at least you will have a stool. No offense, but I couldn't just leave that there. Cheers.
Looks great. Nice location, menu looks good, concept will be well received. Should be a home run if they execute the service side well.
Oh, a sports bar built just to service the business crowd from Charleston Place and Doubletree. The upside is now there will be fewer douches in Henry's
A boycott is a boycott no matter how large or small because principles are principles.
I'm comfortable with my decision.
Oh, no! Pronghorn will be telling everyone to boycott Revelry. EVERYONE that listens to pronghorn will stop buying Revelry beer until they meet his disclosure demands.
Also: shame on you, City Paper, for treating this story just like every other story. How dare you do things normally?
Thank you for your response, Kinsey. I apologize for saying that the Charleston City Paper was engaging in shameful behavior.
Pronghorn, this story isn't being buried at all. It exists on our site as any other story does. As each new Cuisine story is published, it bumps another story down the list of stories all of which are organized by publish date and time.
Silence, and hoping that with time this matter will go away, appear to be the tactics of Mr. Sean Fleming, et al. at Revelry Brewing. It's apparent that they've wholly appropriated a local culture for their financial gain without giving back to said culture. Shameful, to say the least.
My boycott extends to all your brews, and I plan to tell any and everyone why they shouldn't buy your products. Unless, of course, you take the advice from Jaxx's comment.
Meanwhile, Charleston City Paper continues to bury this story. Shameful as well.
Susan, why " or maybe a story on how the president is enabling the violence against cops in our country"? A literate person not here specifically to push a political agenda would know why not - food writers write about food
While you were working on the recipe, brewing, marketing, and canning of the beer, you should have made time to come up with a plan for compensating the culture you're using to market your beer.
There's still time. Let us know if/when you get the horse in front of the cart on this one.
ncspartan, why you so (h)angry? Geez, someone new trying something new that isnt a corporate/chain restaurant? Everyone deserves a chance. If it's not for you, then it's not for you. Good thing 'it takes all kinds'; I found the brisket absolutely delightful.
As an avid reader of the Times and a lobg time resident of Charleston, I find your article to be as valueable as the tweets from kardashians that teens fawn over. You should have spent your time focused on a new culinary explosion somewhere or maybe a story on how the president is enabling the violence against cops in our country.
"The smoked crispy potatoes ($10) were up next and were initially off-putting and too smoky. That is until I realized there was an avocado-lime chimichurri sauce beneath the potatoes. When enjoyed together the avocado provided a great equalizer to the strong flavor, each bite a satisfying crunch with subtle hints of lime."
In your opinion, was this an adequate substitute for delicious fries?
Nice eye, Kelly Rae.
Also, NYT, "every day" not "everyday the staff..."
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