The Wu-Tang Bowl rules! Yummmmmmm!!!! 3 Fish Tacos and a PBR for 10 bucks. This is a great deal any way you look at it. Wish there were more places like this. Thanks Mr. Weed.
More Asian restaurants....really? The ghetto is turning into Chinatown.
Love this place! Way to go Hank and Chuck.
I'm not saying the experience isn't worth $35 a plate, like most of our fine restaurants in Charleston, I'm sure it's worth every penny. However, for a young couple, calling a $100 dinner "reasonable" is a stretch.
I've been to Locals at least 15 times. I've never had bad service even when it was completely full (football season). I have had to wait 45 minutes for my sushi, at least twice, but there were two chefs going at it as fast as they could and the place was jammed! My water is always refilled and the waiter comes by the table at least 2 or 3 times. If you come at 5:00pm before the crowd gets there, you are served immediately and are back out again within an hour (if that's what you want).
Just say no to Pho. There are others who really know how to do it well here. As for Paella do not attempt this either, as all 11 of the real Spaniards in town will show up and tell you what you are doing wrong for hours and hours on end and how the recipe from Barcelona is best or Valencia is better and how it is or is not better with chorizo. Trust me on this one - I get to hear them argue all the time - arguing is a well respected art form in Spain. So unless you are flying in fresh cigalas, bogavantes and almejas from Spain and following the recipe from Bodego de la Sarieta, do not attempt to do this. As for any Americanized versions of Paella, well - eeewww. Stick to what you do well - Oysters and Simple Fresh Seafood. Your lobster roll is pretty good.
Please don't do pho. The ethnic restaurants we have need so much support, whats next, berbere when it catches on? The Ordinary , seafood as good as gets,perfect concept, perfect in and of its own. Also Fairgayme should change his manlove account name, just sayin'
Dang if I would't take my $35 to Locklears on Folly Pier. Sea food right by the sea with a great vista thrown in and usually excellent service. Saturday and Sunday brunch too. Nothing ordinary about Locklears. Now I'm not saying the Ordinary is ordinary. I'm just saying..
Good to see u 2 r back together Stephanie. The Lata/Barna love affair has been suspiciously inactive lately. But, alas, reunited and it feels so good!! Next week--Brock is up!!
The address above in the article is incorrect. Here is the information I found for those interested in going: 3456 Maybank Hwy, Johns Island by the Island Chiropractic Centre. Depending on which map app you use, it may be more accurate to search the chiropractor as the street address sent me down to Wadmalaw in my map.
Splash a little homemade (authentic) mango salsa on that tilapia.......and boom goes the dynamite.
Will they have tilapia on the menu? I like to pair it with a pilsner. Flavor explosion.
Wow, the inside is impressive. job well done.
I hope the food lives up to the interiors.
Daily would be every day. Weekly is once a week, and I started off by mentioning it happened Saturday. Usually, our locations do come with a map (if you click on them and go to the location page), but this is a field in the middle of Johns Island, so it doesn't have a location page. I trust those who want to find it will.
There's absolutely no excuse for poor service. If that's what "Locals" stands for, then shame on them. And if you're willing to overlook it, especially as a restaurant reviewer, then shame on you.
No it's totally delicious sushi, even though the place doesn't feel very "sushi-ish"!
Nothing in this article makes me want to go to this place. Pretty blasé review. Kinda old Post & Courier-y.
In the time it took to rant about a rant, you could have offered some helpful information relevant to the location of the event.
Link it to Google maps - that's pretty easy and done a lot today for readers convenience. Different question: "held weekly from 10 a.m.-2 p.m." is that every day?
Sunday also? So nit-picky aren't we? Just wondering. Thank You!
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