I had a meatball sub today from Park Pizza that rocked my socks off. Perfectly moist and seasoned meatballs, perfect amount of gooey cheese, just enough tangy sauce, and the roll was toasted to a golden crispiness that remained crunchy while I ate at my desk. This was the best lunch I have had in months!
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10am - 3pm in the Dillard's court tomorrow.
addisonsm: the IT department made a suggestion for security that would have cost (and someone correct me if I am wrong) $25000. Management decided not to spend the money.
I experienced the Boone Hall Fright Night in 2008, The House that Saw Built and the other two attractions. I cried like a baby I was so scared. I screamed to the point of losing my voice. By the last half of the second "house" I buried my face in my Mom's hoody and didn't look up until we were out. It was my 30th birthday, I will never, ever go to Fright Night again. That being said, it was THE BEST "haunted" houses and hayride I have every experienced. This team really knows how to make nightmares a reality.
Eddie, have you not read the various op-eds and articles AGAINST gentrification of this area?? Although I agree that an investment made in the area would be beneficial to the Charleston community as a whole, it would cause a displacement of long time residents that would otherwise not be able to afford housing in the area if investment takes place.
"If you asked for a description of my own personal hell, I'd be surrounded by babies babbling, moms talking about their precious children, toddlers speaking nonsense, and a handful of women wearing spandex talking about weight loss, served with all the tasteless beer I can drink." You wouldn't be alone in that hell, Eric. You are more brave than I, for if I walked into Puree's setting I would hastily walk back out. The food sounds really tasty, but, there are many organic options in Charleston now and I prefer mine with a craft brew and limited highchair seating.
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