*brakes, not breaks. Come on now.
I would imagine that it will be illegal to sell wine to both dogs and mice and that the presence of either could be generally disruptive.
Had the Beech bowl, delicious! Vegan and vegetarian options for the health conscious is a welcome addition in a city like Charleston.
Can you bring your dog 🐾
Must. Resist. Temptation. To. Make. Toxoplasmosis. Quip.
This sounds like a lovely idea, and I hope it works out for these entrepreneurs. "I'll take a Cabernet, a muffin, and a lap cat in a non-clashing-with-my-pants fur color."
".....so it will be the same but different from our other spaces."
The spokesperson would make a great politician!
Omg I cannot wait! What a great idea!!🐈🍷🐈🍷
Oh Boy! Can't wait!
But the deposit was refunded, so...?
@Chip, if you dropped a $500 deposit on a place and found out later it wasn't going to be the type of place you were making a deposit for, especially for one of the biggest events in your life, you'd complain too. It has nothing to do with self-worth or contentment. It's about getting what you were paying for. In my opinion, your comment is similar to putting a deposit on a Lexus and being delivered a Camry and then being told to stop complaining about it.
But welcome to South Carolina, where some folk have nothing better to do then trash talk others on the internet about something that doesn't even effect them.
We had the Beech Bowl and Tuna Salad wrap. Delicious and filling! Very nice staff too!
Looks like we have our replacement for Parlor Deluxe
Welcome to South Carolina, where complaining is required for self-worth and contentment.
Can I get a photo Cred? Jay Wayne Productions :)
Its only bad if you overindulge, just like everything else about this planet.
Many alcoholic beverages have health benefits, in moderation.
We seem to praise the breweries around here, but lets not forget they are making a drug that kills and harms millions of Americans. Its like having an article about all the tobacco makers in Charleston.
There are a thousand ways to fail in this restaurant market. Too few seats to build volume? Too many seats to fill? Too pricey for the neighborhood? Too cheap for the rent? Too limited a menu for picky eaters? Too diverse a menu for quality focus? Too limited hours for convenience? Too long hours fatiguing the staff and owners? Food too boring to pique writers/bloggers? Food too adventurous for paying customers?
Once Meritage closed, I figured that no matter what, no restaurant regardless of how much money they're making is a sure bet. An $11 hot dog doesn't seem particularly sustainable, however.
yeah, if overpriced food and no seating is a good business plan, I wouldn't know the proper way to run a restaurant
"never saw it coming....seriously?"
Hey Ima, listen here. If "visiting chef pop-up series" doesn't imply longevity, I don't know what does.
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