Sounds like the writer has impotency issues. Doesn't like women in spandex, or babies. But, as science has proven, Meat eating can make males impotent. So I would suggest another try. And perhaps a healthy dose of Viagra, while not "organic" it may help his little issue. Why a reporter would start out a story from a point of view such as this makes me question the validity of the Paper.
I wonder how his review of Cracker Barrel would be..."I expected the place to be filled with hay and live animals walking around. I was worried that my waiter would be a turnip and didn't like that they tried to sell me used rocking chairs, my forcing me to test drive them as i waited for my table, which i was sure would be next to the outhouse."
Or if he thinks "Fuel" serves only gasoline...
Hopefully those that read this article and are interested in looking good, and feeling healthy will try this restaurant out rather than take the word of someone who's clearly biased. I eat here regularly and can say that the food is not only delicious, healthy, and fresh, but it's made by a chef who feeds you what she would eat. She makes it with love and each dish shows it.
He did give a somewhat professional review tho, to be fair. But i still think the quality of the article was far below what i would expect of such a prestigious publication such as the Charleston City Paper.
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