It's Stavros, not Starvos.
Good luck, Chef Nico... I hope you've researched the hell out of what has cursed that otherwise-prime location for years to overcome it.
Seriously, it will be a welcome addition. Congrats Nico, look forward to crushing some of your fare.
Oh boy! Lets put in hundreds of sky scrapers and fill them with gourmet restaurants!
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.
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.
Sounds like pretty much the same kinds of things that Locklears served. Hope it's good.
Donkey sauce? Only on a Fieri turd burger. I'll pass.
Meh......he freaks us out!
Geez, hopefully its just as shitty as his other places. The worst, but what can you possibly expect from a floating hotel 6. To quote Pete Wells "When we hear the words Donkey Sauce, which part of the donkey are we supposed to think about?" Ewwwwww. Exactly.
So proud of Hemingway BBQ star Rodney Scott expanding to Charleston!
God Bless Rodney Scott, he's worked damned hard all his life and it's time for him to rise to the top. The cream always rises!!
I am sadden that many of the chefs of Top Chef have never heard of Edna Lewis. Edna Lewis was a great chef and a classy lady with great food.
Culinary schools should teach the students about her life and her southern food.
Give me a break with all this PC stuff. Get over it. The Civil War ended 152 years ago. We elected a black president. Well, half black. We had two black AG's. We hv black senators, black mayors, black congressman. I am really getting sick and tired about all of this walking on egg shells. How was Top Chef to know a black chef was going to be in a sudden death venue? And how can you not do a venue on a Plantation if you are doing the entire show in Charleston???? Why even live in Charleston if you know the Civil War started here, for goodness sake.
Kinsey - please get ticket info and do a write-up on Taste of Black Charleston at the Aquarium. I'm going for sure. Caquisha - when do tickets go on sale? Will Chevalo & Monique be there?
Nope, but this is a Great place for people from Ohio. That way they can run outta money and go home sooner.
Oh, goodie! More $.25 biscuits for $5...three of them! This place is such a rip off.
Oh, goodie! More 25 biscuits for $5...three of them! This place is such a rip off.
Boone Hall is perfect for a "Reality TV Show", considering the house was built in 1936 by a Canadian owner who wanted a "more Gone with the Wind" style house than the one standing at the time he bought it.
Bringing back the Italian Hoagie? I hope so.
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