Salt, salt and more salt. And the few non-salty items were amazingly bland. Disappointing, since we loved the interior and had a great server.
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@Redeyegolfer Recovery Room has quite a few Lions fans, and always welcomes fans of teams with losing records. The darkness and tater tachos are comforting after a valiant loss.
@C17Mark No, I am not in Food & Bev. I could assume that since these are your only posts, that you work there... however I won't, since you know what that would make me.
PS- I wasn't aware that Eurasia had rival restaurants. Is there a secret society of cranky Mt. Pleasant F&Bers that plots dastardly deeds? Cause if so, I want to hear more.
Its a shame that this article didn't make the print edition, and a long story on quidditch did. Really...
I had no idea that the memorial for the Charleston Nine was underfunded at present, and would like to find out how to donate, aside from supporting the team in Ravenel (and here's to hoping that someone offers a closer field).
The event was great, minus the bar, trash and other minor snafu's. I would like to suggest that rather than stocking up on trashcans, make the event was more eco-friendly. Organizers should ask attendees to reuse their sporks and containers; or use something other than Styrofoam to house the cheesy gooey deliciousness.
This is my inner fatties dream come true. God bless the geniuses behind this event.
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