I went here and absolutely loved it! I'm so glad they're finally getting their much-deserved hype!
Nothing for Mt. Pleasant?
I was recently reluctantly (meaning I will not drive...but must be driven) dragged on a expedition to this place. The food is cheap, plentiful and surprisingly enough, really good. Fulfilling all 3 of my requirements in Mexican gastronomy. I will still have to be driven as I get confused anywhere North of the IOP connector but I would return again.
So glad CP has found these guys. In addition to the fresh food, the owners are just the sort of people you want to see succeed.
Speaking of *hubris*...
Lost me at "Park West"....
I don't even like football and I think the Super Bowl is a wonderful example of American hubris and excess, and even *I* know that drinking wine during the game is a stupid, stupid thing.
Soccer moms w spandex drinking margaritas at noon turning up their noses to "cow stomach". Gotta love Caketown, aka Mt Pleasant.
Go to this spot in Charlotte often, it's very good, and has some values, but maybe lost in the Macintosh/Grocery vein..
"its vibe is that of a bygone era on the beach when locals ruled"
I really miss those days with the vibes of Detroit native locals.
Turns out, when you build across from projects, you don't get too much opposition. I'm excited about this place but feels a little awk..
this place is awesome and a great place to make new friends or catch up with old ones!!!! Love love love this place and the really cool people that hang out there :)
So, lemme get this strait-he doesn't wanna pay for insurance, even tho he is KILLING it up there, place burns, then wants to "raise" money to rebuild? What's he been doin w all that $$? I mean, I hate forking over that check every 6 mo for my homeowners, but......come on man!!
Well, $100 is a little rich for my blood, but wish him much luck!!
CCP post so many articles about new restaurants for the Charleston area with glowing review that don't last very long. A lot obviously has to do with this areas ethnic, gender and cultural inefficiencies, and that is something that few business owners are smart enough to anticipate, much less deal with on a day to day basis. And then there are those pesky demographics. Suffice it to say that anyone planning to start a restaurant in Charleston needs to do a whole lot of due diligence before firing up the grill.
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my buddy's step-aunt makes $82/hr on the computer. She has been out of work for 10 months but last month her paycheck was $18010 just working on the computer for a few hours. read this…….........……www.DUB30.ℭom
Congrats Hank! Can't wait to try it.
There is virtually no good Asian food in Charleston -- two OK places, really, nothing more. Bring it on, Karalee, and congratulations. I wish you and Lily Lei the best of luck!
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