Wonderful! Divine! Exquisite!
And the superlatives keep coming. Which means the review is not legitimate.
I went to the first roast they had many years ago. It was crowded and poorly organized then, and appears to be the same in subsequent years. The prices are outrageous, and the traffic is horrible! Go out to Bowen's Island or a local place and eat your oysters and drink your beer. You'll enjoy it more and save a lot of time and money.
I've always had a wonderful experience at Hall's Chophouse, the food being very tasty & to my satisfaction. The Gospel Sunday Brunch is just perfect, admittedly the experience is much better when seated downstairs where the Plantation Singers are situated but the atmosphere & music travels well. The staff have always been so friendly, not just Mr Hall but all the servers we had. We have visitors coming into town & this is definitely top of the list to show off. The She-Crab soup in particular was exquisite as was their grits. The triple juice mimosa was simply divine!
What a wonderful place to dine. The staff is friendly and the food is wonderful.
I try to stop at Buckshot's whenever I am in McClellanville. I enjoy the food and the relaxing atmosphere here.
I never post feedback typically, but I am making an exception. My children and grandchildren were in town and I planned for us to attend the Low Country Christmas at Boone Hall. We had high expectations as being represented by Boone Hall and due to the cost of the event. We were extremely disappointed. The idea is phenomenal but very underdone. I realize this is their first year and perhaps some feedback will help them. Too few food venders, too few activities included with price. The long lines with a let down of product offered. Santa's workshop was rushed through and needs more live interaction, live props, not just painted walls. The Christmas Village could have used some pizazz, like a snow flake machine, more shops or interactive activities for kids. The hayride was fun, but truthfully, needed much more lights, could really have been all lights and just fun Christmas music playing and a guide to encourage interaction, we sang one song at the very end of the ride. One of my biggest gripes was no facilities for babies, I had to change my one of my grandchildren on the floor of a building on her coat. Needless to say I will not be recommending this event. I'm sorry to be so negative but I had such high hopes as it was the main activity I had planned during their stay. The lights at James Island is far more economical and well worth the trip.
I could spend hours in this place. Really good selection.
Kim is the best bartender I've ever had. Every time I enter this incredible establishment I've greeted and a beer is placed before me. The food is amazing! In response to the heavy flow of late night visitors they added specials for food and beverage employees. I'm pretty positive the 4$ shot specials never change but that's by no means a bad thing. Every time friends are in town this is our first stop. If you want a good experience, Caulders is a must!!
This is a great store with a great selection and there are lots of gems among the $1 records. It's an area of King St. where there's always lots of parking so it's not a hassle to get to.
Your listing of prices for Tommy Emanual were a little low. Back of the balcony $145 each!
I really dig this place. The staff is always awesome and the prices are reasonable, teetering on inexpensive. The pork is magical and smoky. $3 pork tacos at happy hour. Do it. The wings are a mighty tasty treat as well.
It is criminally overpriced and mediocre. They charged $18 for pulled pork or $21 for brisket with two sides. The pork was okay but nothing special and no taste of smoke at all. The brisket was a study in bad barbecue technique, starting with too much fat and ending with being overcooked. The sides sounded great but were bland and flavorless.
Very good tacos and burritos. Taste great but the portions aren't very big. Get chips to fill up the void.
Great sandwich, less then $10. I loved it and will def be back soon.
Fantastic park in old North Charleston on the former navy base....situated on the Cooper River complete with fishing piers and riverfront boardwalks....gorgeous old oak trees....one of my favorite places for a walk!
Excellent bar staff
I had brunch for the first time at Moe's last weekend. By far one of the best I've had in Charleston! Fantastic food, little to no wait time because we got a seat at the bar, and no pretentious prices. Loved it and I'm a brunch snob.
This is an excellent article which shows O'Keeffe's dominent quality of independence. However, if she had not encountered Stieglitz, she may have only become an art instructor. He was her one-man PR machine and - even then - artists needed hoopla to get noticed. However he was also the one who constantly promoted her work as sensual.
Been going to calders for almost a year now and the Food is terrible since jason left. The cook now can't cook food at all. Ordered a burger medium rare it came out rare barley cooked.. fries are over cooked everytime, have had to send them back multiple times. This happens multiple times a week. Will only grab drinks there from now on. Never eating there again until they get a cook that knows what they are doing. 1 star out of 5 for food. 5 out if 5 for bartender service when Kim or Nina are working
food is ok, the place is dirty. Reminds me of a pub night at a marginal fraternity. Really nothing to see here. And I'm born and bred in Philly.
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