We had such a great time auctioning off pies for SLOW FOODS at this great farm. Walking in the fields alone with a cold beverage was a treat.
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There is a reason we had pirates hung on the Battery. For this person, I would suggest a public whipping for all to see. To hurt those animals in the tank is a horror.
The staff at the Gaillard did a stellar job to get everyone out of the building and into a safe place in a calm and orderly fashion...and then back in. These volunteers obviously have been well trained. In addition, the dancers were so very gracious about it. I had the chance to meet many of them later that evening and they responded so positively about it all. Three cheers for the volunteer staff and those who trained them.
The service level that Cole Erdman and his servers/bar staff brought to Charleston for a neighborhood bar is second to none. Everyone feels at home at the bar. Locals gather for events. The numerous large groups of families that have luncheons and dinners there in the "city casual" is huge. Besides private clubs, how many places can you say that about in a non "top listed" restaurant?
The giving back to the community side that Erdman has shown sets the bar for a restaurant of that style. So many people in the food and beverage industry call it home. LEAF will be missed and Charleston is very fortunate to have 24 staff people who will filter into other locations in our city.
I actually hurt my back moving a pot of collards. How many people can say that? What a great time. This was a very special event in the history of the festival. Here is a link to some photos. http://jmccharleston.smugmug.com/BB/2010-E… #jmccharleston
He might now have a ton in his fridge, but give him an event to design and boy can he make the magic happen!
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