Downtown James Island
How I hate to be the one negative person, but will try to explain. I love Stephanie's recommendations and after lots of Twitter posts, we went tonight. It was a disaster. I can only guess that our experience was unusual. We had to ask for service several times since the waitress kept neglecting to come back (15 minutes or so to order in the first place). A couple near us was looking for their server at one point, after a while without, to explain they needed their check quickly to catch a movie.
The wait staff brought us AND the tables around us the incorrect orders - 5 times it happened while we were there.
The food was a very enjoyable experience and there were so many things we wanted to try, but after the mistakes and the non-attentiveness, I don't know if we have the energy!
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Great story, very interesting! Mr. Moss, what do you think about Smoky Oak's? It's a beast. I tend to favor more reasonably sized burgers, which I find at Sesame. Theirs is 7oz raw, which is about 5oz cooked - perfect size. While I know that 5 Guys represents the diner era burger, it's way too greasy for me.
As a James Island resident within the City of Charleston, I would like to express my support for the Charleston County Roadwise project to improve Harborview Road. I have been involved with the project since the first public meeting I attended in February of 2005.
I am a driver, bicyclist and pedestrian on or along Harborview Road daily. Just this morning, we road our bikes to the NOAA/Fort Johnson property and along the new path on Fort Johnson. The most recent iteration of the project would be such an asset to residents living in neighborhoods along Harborview Road. We are very confined to what we can safely do as pedestrians and bicyclists currently. For example, I would never walk with my dog along Harborview as it is, but I would love the opportunity to do so on a path. I find it very strange that the opposition group to this road improvement state they will miss the green space - don't they wish they could enjoy the green space and the roadway by being on foot or on a bicycle safely?
I appreciate the smart community-friendly design that Roadwise has proposed. I know this is a difficult sticking point, but the little bridge over the creek is and never was on the table. That is extremely expensive. Let's not forgo a wonderful neighborhood improvement just because we can't have the bridge replaced.
This is a good article. I like the point of view of various bicyclists. While I don't understand why bicyclists make people so angry, I think this is the type of article to help change their perspective. Too bad that not many of the offenders will read this.
I can't find anywhere who won the $1000 costume contest. Anyone know??
The Lowcountry Food Bank is such an amazing place. We are so lucky to have them in our community! Thanks for all of your hard work!!
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