Ate there for the first time after hearing they were in the "Top 10" places in the USA to eat a pancake. I don't think they make my "Top 100."
1. The pancakes seemed slightly overcooked, and not an overwhelming portion - no sides?
2. The butter provided is little, individually wrapped pats of butter. What a pain to unwrap butter pats when you are trying to eat pancakes.
3. The syrup arrived well after the pancakes. Even Waffle House brings syrup when you place your order, not as an afterthought or only on request.
On the upside, the wait staff was neat, attentive, and did bring the syrup when asked.
As others have stated, parking is, well, very hard to come by.
As an out-of-state visitor, I find Charleston a little on the unfriendly side for bicyclists. The roads are not in the best of condition, but notably absent on roads such as the connector, are clear road paintings and markings for bicyclists. Other metropolitan areas literally paint designated bike lanes on the roads. The markings then are at least a reminder to motorists that bicyclists use that part of the road, and they highlight a clear path for bicyclists to keep them going the right direction and in their proper placement on the road.
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