was excited about your return...then i read this. a fitting follow up would be in an depth piece on fast food in Mt. p.
Hannah, the Locklear's that Stephanie refers to was originally a standalone place in what’s now a bank near Publix — it's closed now.
Restaurants who let soccer parents guzzle beer while their kids run around having fun = repeat customers and longevity on the island which it seems like many restaurants over here don't have.
Someone should let the author know Locklear's is still open, it is on the pier.
After taking 8 paragraphs blasting our James Island eateries and the people who live here, only the last paragraph praised Sean Mendes for his two restaurants. I appreciate the last paragraph and the rest is garbage, stay the hell downtown!
For the granmommy who has spent many a night sleeping on your couch watching the silent sandwich caper unfold, this was especially poignant.
I think you mean 2am sammies.
Let's see...... Leon's: attitude, poor service, $12....
Betty's: super friendly, lightening service, $7 for a damn good sandwich, gee, which do I choose?
I ate here 2 months ago. The saltiest salad I've ever had (didn't know salads could be salty), and the fries were limp, greasy and inedible.
The prices seemed high, especially when the city has a dearth of similar restaurants of the same - if not better - quality (I'm looking at you, Ted's)
Bizarrely passionate negative reactions to an article describing how to fry chicken.
I must say that the negativity on this thread is disturbing. Lets get classy Charleston
Voted number 1 place to visit again this year, Charleston should welcome clean nice, above average-luxury vehicles transporting tourists spending good money to patron downtown as well as a multitude of other places.
While saving lives..... It is called a drunk driver and because of Uber, thousands of lives will be saved because it is a fairly inexpensive way to surely, safely, and decently way not to die. or to save a friend from driving.
Good call...Whoever tried to call that one is needing to breathe...and remember that we are all in this together and that's what it is all about...
Be free. Use Uber Charleston!
En fuego! Awesome!
Keep up the good work brother.
Thank you for making me reflect on how nice it is having three heavy-sleeping kids.
Curse you for the hunger pangs now radiating from my middle.
Super helpful please do a 2016 list.
This habit will stay with you forever! I still sneak quietly down and assemble a sandwich made from whatever I can find in the refrigerator or whatever leftovers will not be missed. Its like being the special ops of the kitchen world with only the light from the refrigerator to guide us. I have even perfected what stairs to step over to prevent creaking. Dukes Mayo and hot sauce for the win!
Most sound fucking delicious, and what an insight.....thank you. We often discuss how "poor" we are as farmers and gardeners, but how well we eat.....
Btw, you had me at "two foot tall cherub...."
The back dining pops with elegance preparing you for the beautiful presented food. The wine list is a great selection and now cocktails also prepared by Chef April Robinson aka "Wonder Woman".
I've had a great experience in dining at meeting and Market well received the new staff is very well knowledgeable of the menu and drinks this place looks fabulous Full Speed Ahead and good luck from the most interesting man in Charleston.
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