Couldn't agree more. That chicken!!!
Moved from Richmond 2 years ago and Stella's is AMAZING! So excited to hear this news!
Can't wait for Greek food in my neighborhood!
Moving here from Stamford Ct, just outside of NY City we are in great need for a great Greek restaurant. Hope your going to have pastries too😃
Dukes rocks on spruill but JI is no slouch
*brakes, not breaks. Come on now.
Hey Duke Grove,
I work in another Charleston restaurant and my health insurance is great with full dental and vision, 401k is a full company match, have 4 weeks paid vacation and make almost 6 figures...you're exactly the jerks this article is referring to.
Dukes still operates out of North Charleston, has for 6 decades. The one on JI barely holds a candle to the one on Spruill when it comes to the original texture and taste. 6 items on the menu: Meat, Hash & Rice, Coleslaw, Pickles, Sunbeam Bread, and Sweet Iced Tea. Open Fri-Sat 3-8. Now that's real Southern BBQ.
MEAT is my password
I don't know why diet has to be an all-or-nothing proposition. If you're concerned about meat consumption, just eat less meat. We could all stand to eat more vegetables and smaller portions in general, even as people that love bacon and burgers and wings and tenderloins and BBQ. Lower the demand for cheap meat, animal welfare should improve as the cut-rate producers lose volume that keeps them in business.
if everyone was a vegan we wouldn't needs pigs,cows,chickens.what a dull world it would be!! plus what about the Guilt of the extinction of another species? OH WHAT A DILEMNIA!!!
It's really not that hard to go vegan. If the author is not, she should consider it. Heck, you can start vegetarian or make small steps. If you can't stomach the idea that animals had to die for you to eat them, you shouldn't be eating them. I have been a vegan for over 2 years, Veg for over 4. When I started, I was surprised how easy it was to replace meat with beans or veggies in my usual dishes, and it still tasted great.
I would imagine that it will be illegal to sell wine to both dogs and mice and that the presence of either could be generally disruptive.
So the takeaway is that you want to stop contributing to animal suffering but you feel like you can't because you've been conditioned to enjoy the taste? What does this add to public discourse? Animals are sentient beings who deserve not to be raised for slaughter. Your taste buds are an irrelevant aspect of the equation.
Had the Beech bowl, delicious! Vegan and vegetarian options for the health conscious is a welcome addition in a city like Charleston.
What about the NY Giants?? Any recommendations where the fans gather ?
Where are the NY Giant fans meet up to cheer on our team??
Can you bring your dog 🐾
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