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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Very sad, and I hope Sidi finds land to lease because year after year this is the best CSA to get food from and I'll be sad to miss it in 2015. While progress and development are inevitable I believe it is important to take the proper steps to preserve what has long made Charleston such a desirable place to visit. Rosebank Farms is certainly of those pieces.
Yes! That is such a great building and Anson's is such a long standing business I can't wait to see what they will do with it.
Huge fan of this place. Everytime I have been the food has been spot on and the service good. Must try the shrimp toast, Siam salad, barley salad, and of course the sandwiches. Definitely a place to check out.
freefirezone hits the nail on the head with: The only questionable interpretation of the statute was whether corporations could be considered "persons."
I may use stronger language than "questionable" because I do not see how corporations need the same rights and protections as individuals.
All policies specify what insurance will cover and not cover, yes. But what astounds me is not if its the Obama administration dictating what type of care I can get or if its my employer's selected plan, its that we are still arguing the right for a women to get birth control covered by insurance at all. Especially when you consider that Viagra/Erectile Dysfunction medication is covered under almost all plans.
Does that make sense to you?
"Well, diners, your complaints have not fallen on deaf ears (tee hee)." well done, ma'am. I did, in fact, tee hee.
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