Inspired by today's article, I thought I should add my 2 cents. I couldn't care any less about the paper plates, the lack of AC, or the difficulty in finding the joint. In fact, I love a good dive! The problem here is that the food is terrible and way overpriced for what you are getting. I went two weeks ago with a party of 10 and not a single person enjoyed their meal. The fried seafood was soggy and tasted like old grease. Not appealing at all. The "grilled" seafood was even worse. Covered in something that I couldn't identify, it had a harsh, burnt taste. I hate to be so brutal, but this was probably the worst meal I've ever eaten in Charleston.
Good for you, Chef Carter!
I love B&B. I've been a few times now, had something different each time, and pretty much loved everything on the lunch menu. I was a little disappointed with the recent Vietnamese dinner, but I still give kudos to them for trying something new. The spring rolls were delicious, but I wasn't a big fan of the other items.
I think if you stick with lunch, and ANYTHING on the lunch menu....you will be good to go. If you're looking for something quick, Jimmy Johns is always an option. I'll trade a few minutes wait time for fresh and inventive food.
I will say that they need more seating, but looks like they're on it. As for what is already there, the decor is charming.
I'm so sad to see SCOOP go. I love these ladies.
Great episode, great subject, great dinner party!
Seems like more of the same. Will be interesting to see if he can keep up with Bacon.
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