It's the Fair, what to you expect? Charleston debutants in their best? People watching is one of the best parts of going to the Fair. We went to the fair last night and had a blast. Got there at 5 after a 20 minute ride from downtown. Did some kids rides with our 1 year old son, had obligatory fair food (gyro, chicken on a stick, and a fried candy bar), did a few adult rides, left and back downtown by 8.
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Finally got to Big Gun today and was anxious to try it out. There were 2 or 3 occupied tables and a few bar stools occupied when I got there high noon. It never got any busier. I got the Spanish burger and it was O.K. (not great, not bad). Unfortunately the fries were burnt and lacking in numbers. Same fry issue with my friends who dined with me (burnt and lacking in numbers). Their burgers were "good" according to them, but nothing that would make them come crawling back. My 2 cents: Not worth it for the price. There are to many other burger joints where the quality is as good or even better, and priced a few bucks less. On a plus side, the service was very good and attentive.
nice work on trying to hide your fingerprints!
need to update my review from below...they need a hostess ASAP. Service was not so hot last time. Waited 10 minutes just to get a drink order. Didn't get menus for 20 minutes and we didn't get flatware or chopsticks until we asked for it after our food was served. On a good note, the food was great again. They need more help in the front of the house.
To the comment from foodie...you went on opening day! What do you expect, 5 star service and food? Not even Emeril could open a restaurant and expect everything to be perfect on day 1. I would say give this place a week or so to fix their weaknesses and try it again. I look forward to giving this place a review in a few weeks when we give it a try.
I have to agree with folkfood. La Pizzeria is by far the best NY style pizza in town...hands down.
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