Glenn, did you even read it?
This article is such BS! Is this The Onion? Haven't heard of Home Team? Or Swig & Swine? Or Lewis'?? Or Jim & Nicks? Or heck, longtime Charleston local, Bessinger's?
Nice write up Kinsey, on one my favorite topics, the REAL fine dining of the Chuck. The Tattooed Moose Dog is a work of art, the sauce is great. I also like Jack's version. I have eaten the corn dog at Recovery Room but it was when I was helping them to achieve nationwide PBR top status and am afraid I cannot remember it. I didn't get sick....so thumbs up. More articles for the rest of us, the true connoisseurs of daily dining.
Trying to define women based on their breasts is extremely offensive and typical of the myopic sexist patriarchy that dominates the media. I am formally requesting that this article be removed or at the very least include a trigger warning posted at the top.
Didn't they do this on Duck Dynasty Season 3?
Good call, Ryan. I'll have to check those out.
No Charleston corn dog article is complete without a mention of Bert's Market.
Jack's Cosmic Dogs in Mt P has a mean corn dog too :)
Callie's Biscuits on King Street is trying to open at 9 today!
Mellow Mushroom, Mt. Pleasant opening 1pm on Sunday!
Eggs Up Grill in Mt Pleasant will Open Sunday morning at 8 AM for limited service breakfast. We feel it is important to open up to our community.
And, since many of our staff are traveling home as well – Instead of our regular menu we will offer a buffet.
Hibachi Grill on Savannah Hwy in West Ashley is open. Already packed though. But you can take your chances;
Waffle house on Dorchester road in North Charleston was closed as of 15 minutes ago but our power just came back on so I don't know if it will remain closed.
Still cheaper than the possible damage repairs...
Thanks for the additions, folks. Remember to tip well.
I think those were the guys charging 150.00 for each piece of plywood that they hang #pricegougecity
Charleston Sports Pub off orange grove is open
Red Orchids in West Ashley is open.
Just got some food from Moes on King
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