Best pizza in Charleston. It is thin-crust (but not too crispy), and wood-fired. My husband always gets the much-discussed Pork Trifecta, and I get the bianca with wild mushrooms and olives. Start off with a farmer's salad with blue cheese dressing. The beer and wine selection is excellent, they always have a few Coast beers on tap along with several other good microbrews. Friendly service, nice atmosphere. They get busy on Fridays and Saturdays so you might want to go early.
I had a wonderful, safe and happy birth at CBP and I plan on having another one there. Numerous studies have shown that birth center patients have similar or better outcomes compared to similarly healthy hospital patients. Birth centers need to stay open!
Madra Rua's page says this starts at noon, not 10 a.m. Clarification?
I've been once for brunch and I agree with all the reviewer's comments - menu too small, but everything was good, and service was very friendly and welcoming. Atmosphere perfect. Will stop by again to check out the dinner options.
FYI, the earthquake was in 1886, not 1868.
Hey, don't let the secret out, there goes my 15-minute commute!
In all seriousness, another good way is to take 26 but get off at the Spruill Avenue exit, before the traffic starts. Left on Spruill and right on Montague, and you're there.
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