I agree with another reviewer about this being a great "go-to" place. If you have people in town or a group for lunch or dinner its a nice, inexpensive place to go. Plus they have great service. I was there this weekend (and I go a lot) and when my food came out, randomly the ham was missing from my ham bocadillo. I wasn't upset, I could tell it was an honest mistake and was happy to eat my truffle fries while they fixed it. The waitress took it off the bill without us even asking. And she removed our friend's beer b/c he didn't' care for it. Completely unnecessary, but appreciated. Those type of touches in service is what makes it such a go-to place for people in town.
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"Well, diners, your complaints have not fallen on deaf ears (tee hee)." well done, ma'am. I did, in fact, tee hee.
Feel the same. They will do well because of their locale and the view, but the food was just lackluster especially considering the price. While my servers were all friendly it was very clear they were not very experienced in serving. Get a drink, but make a reservation elsewhere.
I valued this response because it was in the spirit of elevating the discourse rather than the volume. Great line. I do wish you could have resisted the dig at the end as it was petty, but I guess we can't have it all.
At the end of the day, having safe, nice bike/walking paths will do wonders for our city whether you are a cyclist or not. Look at how great it has been to have the path on the bridge and the bike paths that have been added in the new construction of Mt. Pleasant roads. It will do wonders for the area. West Ashley will also benefit as will that side of downtown.
You're shocked that City Paper would report on this story? Not only is extremely local taking place on Sullivan's Island, but google Mark Sanford and at this moment the top three stories are about the NRCC abandoning their monetary support of his campaign. There is an entire article in this weeks issue devoted to Colbert-Busch's deleted tweets revealing her democratic views. Now I think most people know that City Paper leans left, but this isn't a case of being out of line. Its newsworthy.
I love the idea of some friendly competition/comparison with another southern city. I hope Nashville does bring it to the table (pun intended) and I am excited to see what our Lowcountry celebrity chefs and restaurateurs can continue to come up with. I'll no doubt be biased to Charleston either way!
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