Food was good, not sure it was worth the 45 minute wait. Was glad to see they didn't over use cilantro in anything I tried. My one complaint is that the music was SO loud that I couldn't hear anyone at my table. I tried to tell the waitress several times that the volume was excessive, but she couldn't hear me (isn't that a clue?) so I gave up.
Loved the restroom - men and women in the same room. I could tell the men were more put off than women. LOL
Overall, good food but I'd probably get take out next time to save my voice.
Any plans to come toward downtown or Mt P from time to time? I can't put myself into that traffic disaster that is Folly Road...
Please, for the love of gawd, get a PR person to speak on your behalf. How can I, as a resident and voter in Mt Pleasant influence elections in North Charleston?
Be honest. You chose the bridge to get your message on the nightly news. Nothing wrong with a little honesty. But please, stop with the brunch attacks. Its just dumb.
I'm a backer from their Kickstarter drive. I'll be looking forward to seeing my name in the "special thanks" section after each show, as promised. Or is that not happening either?
Backstory: this Kickstarter campaign is one of the reasons I haven't backed more local organizations. They were successfully funded and seemed to drop off the face of the earth and never updated backers until I sent multiple messages to the organizer. She seemed to have forgotten what was even offered on the campaign. I realize that backing something like this should be about saving the lives of animals, and I donate almost exclusively to rescue every year. However, living up to commitments is a huge part of any campaign, be it for profit or not. It will be interesting to see if yet another promise by the organizers falls through.
Zee, have you considered that the cost of living in NY is higher than Charleston? I just did research on DC so I know off the top of my head that 85k in DC equates to 68k here. Homes cost 64 percent more in DC. That's why employers have to pay more.
Get a specialized skill, get paid more. And quit whining.
We had a great time at the festival last year, brought the dogs, had some food and drinks and even though it rained, it was still a bunch of fun. Not one protester that I saw, and I was impressed with the number of corporate sponsors who were visible about their hiring processes and supportive benefits to SS couples.
See you again in August!
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