Limited menu, changes often, they've added more seating....
definitely a different experience -- but everything I've had has been amazing, eaten there probably 8 times now, even the popcorn was outrageous...a little pricier than you'd expect (7-10$$ for a sandwich) but some truly top notch food, it seems like it's a vehicle for the food staff to be as creative as they want and make something truly delicious everyday
@Megan -- check out the marina variety store on Lockwood all day breakfasts and a water front view for the last several decades :)
Cheer up Indie-Kids!
I love the City Paper, it's honestly one of the best free city rags in the world (IMHO), great articles, def. knows whats going on in town, isn't afraid to pull punches and have a controversial opinion, but lately there's a been a whole lot of whiny bullsh*t coming from the CP, and this Redux article is a perfect example -- obviously a lot of care, investigation, interviewing, etc. went into this article but come on! It was an essay on why the author doesn't like Redux anymore ("it used to be soooooo cool") and on a lot of points I agree with the author, there's plenty of room for change and improvement, BUT Redux is the ONLY thing that Charleston has of it's ilk, we need more small independent community based centers -- we don't need one place to be all things for all people -- it just won't happen, appreciate Redux, Theater 99, and the special places we do have for what they are, we don't have many! If you want them to change get active in them and help shape them or start something new with other like minded people, complaining doesn't help and this article didn't do anything to help the community, only allow the author the whine about a club they don't like anymore. We need MORE places that cater to different aspects of the artistic community, lets not trash the ones we have.
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