Ouch, $27 lunch steak & frites. Oh my what is Charleston becoming????
Bravo! Albeit I have to say there are very few restaurants that have the in depth staff that Fig relishes. That is because management is doing there job with training staff to perfection & staff are happy to be a part of this program it seems. I was at Fig a couple of weeks ago & was overwhelmed with our server who could not have delivered any better service. She was an expert on wines, preparation, details of the cooking of certain dishes & knew exactly how long to linger.
Builders need to think about building smaller more realistic houses. Ting Houses, Small <1k ft. Bigger is not better.
My second thought, it is rather late to start on an effort to supply affordable living for everyone in the area who needs housing. I fear this process will be just like senior, public housing vouchers. You can sign up and receive a voucher but finding housing is impossible, matter of fact most wait list are full and not accepting any new names on the list. This is a long standing problem gone unrecognized by all of America.
"Not in my Neighborhood"!!!! Repulsive thought, why shouldn't people who prepare the food, serve the food, make the hotel bed, etc be looked down upon and charged unfairly by the upper class just because they cannot afford expensive rents in the Charleston area. This is exactly what is going on in America, the higher you go up the ladder the less tolerant you are to realize that this world needs a multiplicity of work forces to make it work.
This phrase assumes that the neighborhood will change for the worse by building affordable housing.
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