As a Democrat, I found Conley's platform to be an absolute insult. He was clearly running as a Democrat only to get on the ballot, since he failed to espouse a single progressive belief. I actually voted for Graham as the lesser of two evils. If he's got the Avenger's knickers in a twist and keeping the Republican party in disarray, I guess I chose well.
Unlike previous posters I've never had a problem with East Bay Deli. As a result I have lunch there quite often. Sure it's not as cheap as it could be, but I've never ordered anything I haven't enjoyed. My favorite is the gyro, which I would put up against any in town--delicious grilled meat with big chunks of feta and black olives and a perfect tzaziki sauce. And the salad bar really is the best in Charleston, hands-down.
I recently ate at the James Island location and found the food to be delicious...from the hush puppies to the peel&eat shrimp to the wasabi-encrusted tuna, all was made to perfection. My wife was the dissenting opinion, not finding the burger to her liking, but it's a seafood joint after all. It was a perfect evening to sit on the sunny deck overlooking the Intracoastal Waterway and have a casual dinner with family. BTW, If you're wondering why the sign is upside-down, it's because the restuarant was featured on the show "Flip This House." (The waitress told us.)
Like Jeff Allen said, you can't go wrong at Vickery's. Great beer selection, delicious entrees (their burgers and oyster soup top my list) and it's hard to beat the atmosphere of the deck in Mt. P or the terrace downtown. Great Sunday brunch too...
The BBQ here is so good I've made it a weekly habit! The ribs are good, the pulled pork is amazing, and the sides like collards, mashed potatoes and mac 'n cheese are some of the best in town. The staff is friendly, they've got good beer on tap, and they've got a full schedule of great blues bands. What more could you want from a BBQ joint?
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