Drink more local beer!
Excellent spot. The Bun Mi sandwich was perfect, with a nice steamed bun exterior, and bahn mi style pork inside. Their charcuterie is well made and full of salty goodness. I am glad they are downtown, and not near my house. I would gain way too much weight eating there.
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I have known Scott since before there was a Beer Exchange. I knew him when we were all living in small apartments, barely making enough money to afford the good beer we loved. I didn't "bust his balls" for the picture. I thought it was quite fitting. Ever since the opening of that restaurant, it was clear Scott (and Rich) were trying to establish themselves as professionals in the industry. He has to look the part of a man managing a multi million dollar business. To call him a douche just shows how cowardly and ignorant internet commenters really are. I assure you, as a long time friend, he is as down to earth as it gets. He is not a trust fund kid, hipster, or whatever other labels you try to pin on him. Just a hard working guy that had a great idea for a business at the right time. Edmund's regulars know that Scott is there almost every day. He is serving food, greeting customers, organizing the dining room, and assisting the managers until closing. Too many people on here try to find faults with everything in this city. How about getting out there and enjoying life? Leave the childish insults to actual children.
"Do people really want to turn it into another Mount Pleasant or something?"
Successful and booming, with rapidly increasing property values? Perish the thought.
"Let's be frank about Lexipro, Zoloft, etc. and their 100% involvement in mass shooting."
I call BS. Please present your data to back this up.
"There isn't a pressure washer on the green earth that can blast away the hipster douche at Edmund's Oast. F*** that place."
At least be original with your insults, every time you comment about EO. You sound like a damn broken record. Tool.
"Best breakfast around."
No, it isn't. I can name a number of breakfast joints in the area that have been here a long time and serve much better food. None of which are gourmet or overly expensive.
"If you dont know bout it then you aint local."
Don't be ignorant. Waffle House isn't a Charleston thing. The company started in Georgia, then spread across the south, and later it was in the north. My first Waffle House experience was almost 20 years ago, and it occurred in a northern state. It is what it is. Cheap food. It isn't great. Sometimes, I would say it isn't even good. But you can get it any time of the day, and pretty much everyone can afford it.
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