Best Mexican food in Charleston ! Good service, amazing food and smooth music on Friday nights. You can tell the management really has a handle on things. Nice lighting and relatively quiet even at full capacity. I grew up in Charleston and this is by far this freshest and zestiest set up I've ever had. Their salsa and guac are great, decent beer selection. Don't be to proud for Rivers Ave., you won't be disappointed !
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Come on guys, Ohio brought us The Black Keys and Kid Cudi... Very nice amusement parks, too. Who cares if they wear white British Knights to the beach... Charleston might be a better place if there were more fair skinned girls anyway.
One of their executives stated that it was a record breaking day, not releasing numbers. "The restaurant chain's most profitable days are behind it." Give me a break, there is no business sense in this at all. If you look at the locations on their site, it is obvious that they are in strong suburban areas in the southeast, midwest, Texas and a few west coast. People will continue to go there, and regulars will make a conscious effort to eat there "a little bit more" than normal. I'm tired of Chick-fil-A because their menu is so limited. When is the south getting something awesome like In-N-Out Burger?
Good story, I look forward to checking this out. I'm glad I'm not the only one who still thinks from time to time what the heck Alvin was thinking. He just gave people so much material to work with... That awkward video from his post election after party, in which no one was there. This would actually be a pretty hilarious movie, too. The Accidental Candidate blog is also funny.
This mixtape is straight fire. The Tony the Peanut Man cameo in the Mussolini video made me smile.
Doesn't Kwadjo live in G-Vegas now, fresh off a criminal record swiped clean? Economic growth over party, policy and region, dude.
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