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Re: “The forgotten story of how the Old Slave Mart became a short-lived candy shop

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Posted by Jometar Joma on January 19, 2017 at 2:45 PM

Re: “Why Thomas Ravenel lashed out at Proof's Craig Nelson

Having only been in this town for a few years, any downtown imbiber will tell you, that when T-Rav, wanders into the establishment your drinking in, it's time to leave.

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Posted by Foghorn Leghorn on January 18, 2017 at 12:00 PM

Re: “The smoky meats are promising, but some of Swig & Swine's dishes could use improvement

You must have gone on a bad day. While I kind of agree with the judgement of the wings and the ribs, the brisket and smoked turkey were to die for. I could barely move the brisket from the platter to my tray and ended up using my hands because because it was falling apart and unbelievably juicy. And the turkey... I'll start by saying I'm not really a fan of turkey - but this, this was something else. There was so much flavor and it ended up being one of my favorite meats. And the pork belly. The pork belly was amazing. Looking at it I wasn't too sure, but after taking a bite I was hooked. The only thing that was a bit dry to me was the ribs. I can't even comment on dessert because I couldn't save room for it with all the delicious meat in front of my face. The sides were good (we chose baked beans, mac n cheese, and coleslaw), the baked beans were definitely the favorite. I would highly recommend this place as it is some of the best BBQ I've ever had.

Posted by Coldfists on January 17, 2017 at 4:59 PM

Re: “The Edwin S. Taylor Fishing Pier's new Pier 101 restaurant will be a nod to the old Pavilion

Sounds like pretty much the same kinds of things that Locklears served. Hope it's good.

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Posted by CityDweller29403 on January 13, 2017 at 2:02 PM

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