Saw it opening night - great story - funny moments, well acted - oh, and there's a bar in the lobby too!
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Agree with CIACulinaryKid - Bistro Toulouse's French Onion Soup blows Rue de Jean's and all others out of the water! Their cheese & charcuterie selections are lovely and affordable too.
What if everyone that read this article brought a blanket,mittens, socks, hat or gently used pair of shoes to the camp or the shelters mentioned.
So Alex, not sure you are aware that the screenwriter LIVED with Chris and Taya while working on the screenplay. Chris had full input on the screenplay. Names were changed so surviving family members would not have to relive their loved ones' deaths and have them forever preserved on film. That is why a number of characters are amalgams of fellow service members. The screenwriter also attended Chris' funeral as a guest of the family. How do I know this, he's my brother in law. To say that he took the book and wiped his ass with it is ridiculous. Bless your heart.
Kinda funny since one of his namesake Hilton Head restaurants, EAT, closed.
The BEST way to determine is a restaurant is getting their seafood product locally is with the Sustainable Seafood Initiative through the SC Aquarium. Scroll down to the bottom of this link and you will see which restaurants are using sustainable product and local product: http://www.scaquarium.org/ssi/.
Sadly, there is not ONE SINGLE Shem Creek Restaurant on that list.
As far as Lobster Rolls - hell yeah, $13.95 to get my Connecticut Style roll - and make me feel like a kid back home again...bring it!
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