Love this place!!
Great show! One correction: the Evita at the Dock Street Facebook page does not list a show on Wednesday July 2nd. However, the other dates are correct
Thanks for this amazing article. I hope you guys keep on giving us information like this.
Clipping Path service
This place is awesome! I will go back again and again and again. And the mac n cheese is to die for! I give it 10 stars and its only 5 so you do the math. AMAZING
This is the most happening joint in town on a Wednesday night!
I've eaten at Green Goat five times now for brunch or supper ,alone and with the whole family, and it has been consistently delicious.
Always a great experience - friendly staff and the best food!
Do not miss Kate and Sam Are Not Breaking Up. Make some reservations at Muse the Mediterranean restaurant next door before the show. The show is dark and hilarious. -Joe D
This is not the place for the tourist who wants to be spoiled. Thankfully their reviews are caustic and advise others to steer clear of The Wreck.
The absence of overly dressed people with strange accents isn't missed by the locals or thankfully the management. It is authentic creek side fish-shack environment - a great local favorite.
The bee demonstration this weekend (5/31/14) at the Market features Larry Sexton of Charleston Bees and Honey, one of the most seasoned apiarists in our area.
Went there for the first time this weekend for lunch and was very pleased. The pizza is fantastic, perfectly cooked, authentic, delicious. I really don't understand the reviewers saying that the layout or ordering process is confusing. It is abundantly clear that you order at the counter when you walk in. I like the element of surprise, seeing the ovens blazing as you come around the corner. We will definitely be repeat customers.
Clean, great food, service, and music.
Also karaoke on Friday.
Peter's brand of storytelling is as captivating as it is unique. He relives rather than retells his tales, bringing high drama to stories packed with Southern folklore, humor, and intrigue. Highly recommended.
I first went to Holy Cow in 2000. I knew little about yoga, the practice. Tracy, the owner, was the instructor. I've always been athletic, physically fit. I was a competitive, nationally ranked swimmer for years. I frequented local gyms (Trey's in West Ashley etc). Did the 45 min treadmill etc...never liked it, it was a chore.
The impact of that first class, physically, mentally and emotionally; changed my life forever. I'm not diligent with my yoga practice. Over the years, I'd go 3 times a week for months, then not for 6 month. Get back into it for a good while, then not go for 2 years. The things I learned however, stay with me everyday, whether I'm practicing at Holy Cow or not.
I've taken classes at several other yoga studios throughout the Charleston area. Nothing's ever come close to the experience, the "vibe" or energy that's never changed at Holy Cow. Holy Cow will always be the true essence, the core of yoga in Charleston.
Just came home from Charleston, SC and had to make sure I left a comment! This is the BEST place if your looking for some good ole soul food!! I had the fried flounder, mac & cheese, fried okra & coca cola chocolate cake and it was FABULOUS!!! Also tasted the collard greens & corn bread, oh it was delicious too!! Very reasonable cost and the best service!!! Yes, the wait is well worth it!! Can't wait to go back, makes my mouth water just thinking about it!! Wish I could have tasted everything!!
This place rules! Great beers to try, free pretzels and very friendly bartenders. It's a very chill atmosphere and good for a nice conversation.
Most unreal time with music and fans, the security were straight Nazis and pricks to everyone all night long!!!! The music was on time though!
I have been attending the Charleston Area Tarot Association meetings for many years. This is a great way to learn more about the art of Tarot divination.
Great bar, great beers, great people. Great place to talk to friends over a beer without drowning in college testosterone.
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