She obviously had issues before she went there , the food is outstanding !
Ah, get off your political high horses! Must sting, huh? The crux of this article reveals just one thing. The middle class can NEVER afford such luxuries since we are bearing the entire nation's tax load, while the rich live off of our backs paying hardly anything - courtesy of the GOP.
Yes, political comments shouldn't be addressed regarding this culinary experience.
Randall, I'll let the editor know.
I can't believe the CCP "editors" let you put in that asinine comment about trump supporters. Really distasteful
I believe the Gospel tells us "Let he who has not made a typo cast the first misplaced modifier." I stand by that.
Safe spaces are very important to people, Kinsey Giddick! You have violated the sacred safe space of the food section with your triggering words! Oh, the blog post about this will. be. seething!
But, seriously: "weather the truffle could improve..." Don't set yourself up like that.
The Trump reference in your dinner review was inappropriate.
I won't continue to berate you as I can see I am not the only one who feels this way.
Time to take a refresher course in journalism.
Proof read! You have a hideous error in the article. Weather vs. whether! Annoying.
Did they make YOU sit in one of those awful bar booths with your party of 6?
Thank you, thank you to the above person who wrote in:) cc4s.... I was going to write that also...we don't need the reporter's political sarcasm in a food review. I mean seriously??? In all the years growing up and living in NYC and reading the NYT's food reviews and going thru all their food critiques thru the years, I cannot recall, ever, ever, having anyone of them throwing in some snarky political comment in their review. Leave it to hv a writer at the City Paper to throw one in. But not surprised as a week ago there was an actual article written about Thomas Ravenel endorsing Trump and how shocked the City Paper was, or the reporter was. It may hv been this one. But who remembers and who cares! I think I am living in the Twilight Zone....
Thanks for the politics in your review. Focus on the food more please. It just shows a lack of good culinary critique. People should learn something from the review. All I learned is your political view.
PS truffles are expensive we get it. Bla bla bla
Proceeds from "pale ale" should go to people with pigment deficiencies, Long Island charities get proceeds from the sale of Long Island Ice Tea, no blonde jokes unless you are actually a natural blonde, No Octoberfest unless you are actually a native of the bavarian countries, geez get real, get over yourselves and move on.
This paper just absolutely loves every. single. restaurant. in. charleston.
If you think that's bad, how about "Gullah Gourmet Caught in Da Crick Jumbo Lump Crab Meat" filled with crabmeat imported from Thailand?
There is a problem and a solution. These two men are part of the solution.
- Another dopeless hope fiend.
Good job guys! Charleston needs this!
WHEN I GROW UP MICKEY I WANT TO BE LIKE YOU!
Incredibly impressed, as their talents have exceeded the opportunity for addiction to overcome their hearts and desires.
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