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Re: “Charleston's seven most controversial restaurants

People please spend a quarter and buy a clue as you surely can't create one yourself. If I can cook the same food at home...I am not impressed by any restaurant.

B&B is awesome...I'll pay for quality any day – CREATIVE, fresh food, NEVER a bad meal. If you think the location is scary or unsafe - go back to your manicured lawn and order a $5 pizza. If you don't get the concept you are not worth the energy required for another key stroke.

HUSK...great food...depends on what you are looking for in a meal. Other places like McCrady's, Tristan’s or even Cypress are fancier, with equally good food, but that is not what HUSK is. People that really know, enjoy and appreciate food love and will continue to love HUSK. Chef -I don't know you but if we ever met I know we'd have a great time.

Hall’s…service is outstanding, genuine, and for me over the top…but I’m more of a casual, low key person. Steaks – outstanding…and the other food…equally as outstanding and can simply stand on its own merit. A bit expensive…but no more so than any quality steakhouse in any city. If I made twice the salary I’d be a regular but as it is…I’m grilling at home and Hall’s is a treat.

Jestine’s...great southern home-style food...sure you can get similar food all over town for less or more money but that is not the point. Staff is awesome - treat you as family or a 20 year regular. Sure it has become a tourist destination...sorry a local business woman has made a great business when others have failed.

The Wreck - been a few times with out of towners...food is ok but I prefer meat raised on 2 or 4 legs...the experience of it all is worth it if you like that scene or just want a low key evening out - too bad there are not more of these places around town. Surely native Charlestonians have missed the boat on this business idea.

Triangle…been there…its ok…how is it even on this list?? There are 50 places in town with the same menu. If you want great burgers lots of places make Triangle incongruent… Big Gun, Grindz, HOM, Sesame, Moe’s, all far superior.

Hyman's - never been, can't comment.

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Posted by inkedprof on May 25, 2012 at 6:57 PM

Re: “First Bite: Pick Thai on Folly Road

Nice review and completely accurate. I've tried 5 items so far and each was excellent. The best tasting Thai food I've had in Charleston - it rivals Basel on King for taste and food quality.

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Posted by inkedprof on August 19, 2011 at 8:23 PM

Re: “New burger shop going into former jazz club on Calhoun

OMG - FINALLY... a real burger joint in Chucktown. So long over due!!! and rock with a metal edge...dream come true! (for all you that are scared of rock/metal music - try watching most any sports event on TV - thats ALL the music they play for the lead-ins and breaks to commercials. You probably like it but dont even know it!!)

Posted by inkedprof on April 15, 2011 at 6:47 PM
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