Had you been recently, harry2803? They made a lot of adjustments over the last few months. I went last week and it was $11 for three pieces of chicken with two sides and a drink. I didn't think that was outrageous for the quality.
Luv this place and the outdoor bar!
Chicken was good however, took forever to get ur order and was way to expensive.
This one's for you, Lee. We are all the militia.
Militia: the whole body of able-bodied male citizens declared by law as being subject to call to military service.
To those who would like for there to be more inexpensive housing downtown invest your own money (or get other investors to back you) and rent out or develop the property for whatever you feel should be affordable.
Farmers are also kind of hypocrites. These are folks who pride themselves on being self-sufficient free market people, but at the end of the day they need help like everyone else.
Is there any word on whether they went to the bathroom or not? And if so was it #1 or #2?
If you insist on living downtown or in Mount Pleasant then you get to pay for it. There's a ton of affordable housing in the tri-county area.
We will all be cast into the desolate, fiery chasm of the midlands.
"The rest of us, who refuse to pay $500K for three bedroom, two bath tract homes with vinyl siding will only see the city on TV from our mansions and ranch properties someplace else...maybe Walterboro."
Cut to 20 years from now...
The rest of us, who refuse to pay $500k for a three bedroom, two bath tract home in Walterboro will only see the city on TV from our mansions and ranch properties someplace else...maybe Barnwell.
It will not be much longer before the only ones who can afford to live in Charleston will be the stars of Southern Charm...
The rest of us, who refuse to pay $500K for three bedroom, two bath tract homes with vinyl siding will only see the city on TV from our mansions and ranch properties someplace else...maybe Walterboro.
They should just go ahead and raise the minimum wage nationwide so the low skilled and entry level people can stop worrying about working, especially in the poorest communities where folks can least afford it. Naive is being generous to anyone that thinks that businesses will not be laying off people, will not stop hiring people without prior skills and experience and will not look to automate to eliminate personnel requirements. Hell, Olive Garden and Chili's are putting in automated systems to eliminate servers and basically turn them into food runners. Falsely increasing labor prices helps the people that manage to keep their job but does nothing for all of the ones that get put out of work. If a business or entity can justify paying more, great, but if they cannot forcing them to do so only insures that they will employ less people or go out of business.
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