Don't forget Pinckney's Produce! http://www.pinckneysproduce.com/ Awesome stuff!
Delish! Bakery & Bistro will be open 24hours for this event, starting Friday. A large selection of cakes, muffins, scones, cookies, cupcakes and even for those hungry ones, hot dogs, pulled pork sandwiches and other bistro menu items! Don't Forget about the Chocolate Truffle Coffee!!! So Delish! Located at 272 B Meeting Street, we are before you get on the bus in the morning and after the run!
we have done rosebank for the past couple years and love it.
And after you finish the race, head to Coleman Public House for the best beer and burger combo in town.
I have heard that the veggie burger is good.
I am curious about that, and the fries.
Tried Hom 3 times. First time was good...Had a burger and fries(not included w/ burgers) and thought it was good, not great and a bit pricey. Went back a second time, had the 'Hombre' a chorizo burger, very good & unusual, kinda small. Third time was a total fiasco....Late afternoon, not busy, Ordered the 'Green Hornet'. It looked like a slider or kid's burger, TINY, on what appeared to be a dinner roll. Meat was mushy and fell apart. The chile slices were cold & flavorless. I could not see the blue cheese pimento or taste it, and the lettuce was wilted. Absolutely horrible.
The server asked "How is everything?...I responded, 'Not so good' and commented on my meal...small, no cheese. Server assured me cheese was there...and burger is a WHOLE 6 oz. Then said 'I'm sorry you're unhappy' and walked off. WOW!!! So much for customer service.
Considering I ordered onion rings which put me about $13 -14 in for a 'snack' and received little consideration...I won't be back, my companion was unhappy as well. Third time out...Not very good & expensive compared to portion size. I can think of 2 or 3 placed that serve a killer burger, large(or at least good size) portions for less $$$. Sorry HOM unacceptable.
Love RCC. Thank you Bob for coming to the neighborhood!
Great place to gather for a drink and good casual and not so casual food. Brian Lindsay gets the accolades for pulling this balance off every day.....
The Glass Onion in WA sells local milk and eggs and occasionally local meats. Two Burroughs Larder sells yet more local milk and eggs + meat. Earthfare, Whole Foods, and Harris Teeter all carry SOME local produce if you look hard enough. Loquats are ripening almost all around town. Blackbird Market on Johns Island has a selection of produce grown on Wadmalaw and Johns. It's all around!
do they have good veggie burgers?
Finding locally raised meat may be a bit more expensive but it's not that hard! Our Local Foods, www.ourlocalfoods.com is a great source for all things local including meat and dairy. Whole foods has meat from semi-local farmers if you take the time to read the labels. (georgia and north carolina)
Is it just me, or there a lot of comments recently that seem like they belong to threads other than the ones they appear in?
Do they have delicious fries? Yes or no.
Beautiful place to go, kids will love the animals, plenty to love for the parents, go on a weekend, food to love for everyone!
In terms of store-bought gear, do y'all prefer Gardenburgers™ or Boca Burgers™?
One thing for sure: they know how to cook a burger medium RARE/RARE as long as you DON'T order a stuffed one. For me, when it comes to cheeseburgers it MUST be American cheese; not all joints in town offer AC. This place has it. The Texas toast makes for a lighter bread experience. Good idea. Someone I know had a salad and said it was terrific.
i like the food at sloppy cow. i would also condone the way they do it. not every burger needs to be the standard fare. keep up the good work, Jeff. james island needs better options and yours is a good one.
The gLee Brothers! They are a hipster and false representation of Charleston in my opinion. Way too contrived. I consider them very comparable to Guy Fieri without the flamboyance and annoyance. I admire their efforts, their ability to write, but not their content. I think they consider themselves somewhere between Paula Deen and Hoppin' John Taylor, but many of us see them more as Guy meets some new to-be-created Muppet. I want to say the Swedish Chef, but that would be an insult the Swedish Chef....
Hope only for the best for you chef and for a speedy recovery!
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