Well just typical bar food really.
We come at least once a week. We love their soup, sandwich, and salad combos. Prices are very reasonable. The servers are really cool too!
I wish I had read this review prior to taking a group of out of towners to Scratch.
This restaurant will NOT survive. First off it's extremely expensive for what it is. I'm all about paying for quality great food but this was not it. There wasn't one thing I can give credit too. Specially the kid's menu. What a joke! All of the items were priced at $6. $6 for a grilled cheese? It was cheaper to buy a $5 taco. Don't waste you money here.
This is the best pizza I have ever had...Only 60 years old...The best in Charleston.....EVO and La Pizz......are next in line...These ovens here are the ticket...Plus the dough....This is a must....
Over the years going here, consistently great soups, with a daily choice .. Sandwiches are very good to excellent. Very good value. Nice people serving.
Called ahead for a take out order of Taco's and got there 25 min later, and I was told there was a mix up on orders and the food would be cooked on the "fly"...well 20 more minutes later I get my food order, tacos were cold and they served a cup of ketchup with them - go figure. Scratch could learn a lot from Chipotle...
That is the problem in Mount Pleasant...too many good people have invested in our town...who know nothing about running a restaurant or any other kind of business for that matter. These investors may be seeking a fair return, but the customers are seeking decent food and good service. If that balance is upset, someone is going to lose everytime.
"Let's give these folks a chance and I'm happy to pay $5 for a really great taco."
Did you not read the review? They visited multiple times, and the tacos are not great. I How many "chances" does a restaurant deserve? I can understand not letting one bad experience mold your opinion of a place. But when you visit multiple times, and the results are the same, it may be time for the owners to change some things.
"Hell, I pay $9.95 for a piece of fried flounder and two eggs at Page's and happy to do it!"
This is unjust and I've never even been to Scratch. Assuming good people have invested in our town and look for a fair return. Stop it CP, you are not helping anyone. Let's give these folks a chance and I'm happy to pay $5 for a really great taco. Hell, I pay $9.95 for a piece of fried flounder and two eggs at Page's and happy to do it!
Cruise on down to Taco Mamacita's on Sullivans if you can pass up the $6 '2 taco and a pint of PBR' special at Juanita's. So many tacos on coleman
That is why if you want the most excellent taco, you need to go to Taco Boy on Folly Beach.
Scratch is DEFINITELY worse than Taco Boy! The menu is a schizophrenic, confusing mess and the tacos are even worse. The hardest part is that they sound like they're going to be so good... And then they're not. At all.
Of course Scratch could not possibly be worse than Taco Boy...or could it? Nah, there is no doubt...it couldn't. Not sure why there was even a pause.
Just what Mount Pleasant needs, another place that sucks...and sucks even more as time goes by. There are so many places that suck now around here that it would be difficult to decide which one sucks the most. Forget phoney places like Poe's and Scratch, try Three Matadors West of the Ashley if you want a good taco at a reasonable price.
Especially considering that today's lunch special at Raul's Maya del Sol is 3 lengua tacos + a beverage for $10, the $5 tacos with less than quality ingredients and consistently slow service time is a painful insult.
I agree Jesse, Bacco and CPH are awesome!
The minute you advertise a taco for $5.00, you have lost me. There is no way you can justify that price. Do they have fresh tuna, Kobe beef, and porterhouse steak in them? Don't be surprised if they go under real fast, like so many wanna be restaurants do in this town.
i would rather go to Zia Taqueria on james island... bacco in mtp is awesome, as is coleman pub house!! i
The stated problems seem to be a common failure of many newer establishments. The good typically survive and get better...the rest will go out of business. My question...How are $5 single tacos and $7 Margaritas considered 'inexpensive'?
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