Leslivicious 
Member since Oct 3, 2010

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I moved back from Virginia about a year ago to be closer to my Dad. I was in Roanoke for 7 years, and I'm still… More »

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Re: “Fiery Ron's Home Team BBQ

I would like to take back what I said about food prices. The food prices were average. I would also like to say I like the idea of this restaurant... I just think the bar area is too small for entertainment and the kitchen closes to early when they have so many customers. I was really aggravated-and so was my bf when we drove all the way out there, hungry, and couldn't watch my friend play or eat.

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Posted by Leslivicious on July 10, 2013 at 1:47 AM

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Re: “Skinful Halloween forced to relocate

This party is too big for Charleston to handle. It is byob and they don't check to see If people are ok to drive before letting them go. A person was killed by a drunk driver leaving the party. That should have forced them to change the way they do things. Personally I think the party is raunchy and there are too many things that go on there that shouldn't be allowed in our city. We can have a party that isnt endangering other people and that is still fun but tasteful. With all the problems they are having it is clear that they need to change it up a bit.

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Posted by Leslivicious on October 14, 2013 at 12:28 PM

Re: “Fiery Ron's Home Team BBQ

I went to the West Ashley one. Not enough parking, really bad design/layout of building, bad acoustics, overpriced drinks and the kitchen shuts down too early. We went out there to see a friend's band play. We could not find a parking spot for a while, and then when we went inside (around 9) we were told the kitchen was closed. There were tons of people there, we grabbed the last seats available. We couldn't find seats in the bar so we couldn't watch our friend play so we left. The bar is not big enough, period. The building is "L" shaped with the bar being in the corner and most seating in the narrower part---you can't see the bar from there. It took forever to get a beer and pay for it and it was way overpriced.. i think it was $4 or $5 and it was a Fat Tire. No desire to go back. I think their food prices were high too.

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Posted by Leslivicious on July 10, 2013 at 1:41 AM

Re: “No nude dudes for this pizza person

funny I said that very thing out loud to my coworker today.....

Posted by Leslivicious on July 8, 2011 at 6:52 PM

Re: “Sand Shack Bar & Grill

Love this place!! I go a few times a week. There is trivia at 8 on Wednesdays with 1st, 2nd and 3rd place prizes.. the questions are never too hard...1st prize is a $25 bar tab... and afterwards, there is karaoke with Tammi and the drink specials are good..usually $3.00 vodka and $2.00 beers. On Tues & Thurs they have karaoke...and Friday & Saturday they usually have a good rock, metal or cover band...90% of the time there is no cover. I love the wings...they are $3.99 for 6 and $6.99 for 12 (cheaper than Wild Wing Cafe and Buffalo Wild Wings). Their food is above average and great prices. I like all the people that work there, they really make the place fun because they genuinely seem to enjoy people and working there. They have an outdoor fire pit they use in the Spring/Fall/Winter and a volleyball net, horseshoes, and inside they have a new bowling game, classic arcade games and darts, pool tables and a jukebox. Always a good time, and never too expensive. North Charleston's best kept secret!!

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Posted by Leslivicious on July 7, 2011 at 2:55 PM

Re: “At Guy Harvey Island Grill, it's about the shopping, not the eating

I have seen a bazillion people with these shirts since it opened... mostly on younger Mt P folks.. I wonder why they like it.

Posted by Leslivicious on October 3, 2010 at 4:21 PM
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