I've lived in Mount Pleasant all my life :)
So sorry I scared you away from 17N, thankfully I don't work there anymore so we wont see each other :)
FYI: Everyone from back of the house to front of the house works very hard to please every person that comes in that resturant. The Manager Jason, visits every table and makes sure things are to your satisfactory. Brett has done very well with this resturant and it's always improving.
The ONLY negative things about the resturant is the loudness (which is being worked on)and the horrendous customers that have no resturant etiquette.
Other than that, it's a comfortable and family friendly, southern environment.
They have an amazing Chef and I assure you your dining experience will be a good one.
... go back to New York.
I voted for her too! Come to the finals on August 15th!! Cheryl won't be there but I will ;)
well that's true you can't win being mean! I voted for Michelle after reading Wildcat's comment! I wish they had my picture from when I won on Memorial Day! :o)
and don't comment about my spelling because i wrote that in like a minute.
to set the record straight.. 17NORTH had an answering service (tablemeastro) that accepted the reservations from 8am until 3:30pm.
they overbooked and it caused the long wait time and caos everyone keeps bitching about. I was the hostess at 17 for quite some time, and working in many fast paced resturants I knew how to do the job.
if you were one of the customers that waited "so long" maybe you should've put the drink down and listened to me. because I DID tell you roughy how long it would be until you were seated, and over compensated with apologies.
and yep, i would make you had to wait longer because you were either getting annoying, or just plain dumb. thank goodness i no longer work in F&B and put up with the imbecils in this city.
if you get so upset about having to wait, and you aren't treated like royalty, make your own food.
AND DON'T EXPECT PERFECTION AT A BRAND NEW RESTURANT. duh, idiots.
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