Nasty & massively overrated! I have to concur with the first review and I have eaten now twice at the downtown Charleston location.
We were completely ignored and finally seated where no one came to wait on us. We had to go find the manager and practically demand service. We finally received our drinks and food which was horrible, mushy, and dry all at the same time. The music was so loud we couldn't hear each other across the table. We ran out of our margaritas pretty early on (to numb the pain of being there) and our glasses sat empty the rest of the night. A waiter never came back to our table and we had to find the manager again just get our bill.
I do not get the appeal of this place. It is a dump, the food and service are horrible and no apologies offered to dissatisfied customers. One of the 3 worst places I have ever eaten, and I travel quite a bit and have seen some bad places! I wish there were a half star rating on here.
This has to be a joke right? Forcing people to join social media to find out information is a mistake. As a marketing professional, it's evident their buzzy talk about social media being their big plan is just a fallback for screwing up the printing of a program guide or lack of any real planning.
Like the person above says, how will you communicate that information about using social media to the multitudes of those who don't. For an article that touts their social media savvy they sure have neglected their own Facebook page and website.
Nice start new guy.
This event was very misleading in its presentations in City Paper and The Preview where it indicated it would be an event which would "pit 25 of Charleston's bartenders against each other". Many guests were expecting that when we paid $25 all the bartenders would be there with their specialty drinks. Sadly that is not what happened. None of the bartenders were present to present their drinks and there was no mention of the charity it was supporting. Extremely disappointing, poorly organized and very rude organizer in charge.
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