The food was very good, but as another visitor noted, the service was rather slow and inattentive. However, the main reason I haven't been back is that the lasers made it feel like dining in the cross-fire of a Star Wars battle.
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I remember when people talked of unscrupulous real estate developers "selling swampland in Florida". What does that make those selling a piece of sand that probably will go somewhere else after the next big storm? Everything about the deal stinks.
Coming just after Charleston outlawed compassion for the homeless, this deluge looks like a divine wake-up call.
I tried it tonight. I found the prices quite reasonable, with just some of the cocktails being a little pricey. The lack of decent Mexican or even Southwest-influenced food in Charleston has been a sore point since moving from Texas. This restaurant certainly won't keep me from missing Texas, but it's a welcome addition to what we have now. I probably spent as much as I would at Mex1, and left about equally satisfied.
Thank God CofC is standing up to the State Taliban. The only way to keep our freedoms is to continuously beat them back into the bushes they crawled out of.
I wonder how many of the backwoods Bible-thumpers objecting to this book or play ever took the trouble to look at it. If they have a problem with Fun Home, they must be positively mortified by any PG-13 movie shown in theaters these days. The only reason they aren't outraged by most serious literary works from the past several centuries is that they are equally ignorant of their contents. It is inspiring to see CofC taking a stand against the voices of darkness by staging this work of art.
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