You had me at Evan Williams. Too bad I'm not trekking downtown.
Will they provide hipster douche as well, so folks can get their dignity back?
I have more than one fry style, Prong, but those would do just fine.
I'll have to go there soon and try them, maybe even with a side of burger as shown.
Thanks Prong, its a sad story of Pommes frites for me. I welcome the pity and am having a party with it.
I can't stop crying.
Hmmm. Don't know on the veggie burgers as this is one of my dining options with my Friends for Life.They live in Old Village and Sullivan's so its a halfway point for all of us. I drink multiple beers, eat the barnyard burger and shovel fries in. I know they have salads and soups that are veggie. They have a kick ass mac n cheese but its got bacon in it. This is not a good place to bring my family - they are annoying health conscious diners, vegetarians and vegans who point out the kale and edamame choices to me. One is like me, he lives in Italy now, so no support from him. It is my cross to bear in life. Having to sneak fries like a criminal. Everyday.
Those look pretty good, TROLLSLAYER. Is that your style?
You say the burgers are delicious, CIACulinaryKid, but do they have veggie burgers?
Prong, the fries at the Coleman location are delicious and so are the burgers. I am thinking these will be just as delicious. Please eat there and advise as to sliding scale of deliciousness.
Just ate there and it's every bit as good as the Coleman location. I highly recommend it to any one that eats food.
Are the fries delicious?
They look like this:
Shellfish are back on the menu. The clams are out of this world. Always have a good meal here. I have celiac disease and there are tons of available options on the menu.
Yes, from all accounts from my family, the sourdough pretzel bread is awesome.
We only reserve the front page for raccoons. :(
Damn! That turkey. That turkey looks like it should be on my plate for T-day (or any day). That turkey looks like the king of all turkey. That turkey deserves to be on the front page of CP. That turkey is definitely the best turkey in all of Charleston.
Fluff, a lot of fluff! Doesn't surprise me at all, what did was BM was involved
Anyone know the violin song toward the end of the episode?
Fuck Sean Brock. And fuck Bill Murray.
Roberts! His singing always made me want to go there as a kid because I thought it was hysterical that he would burst out in the middle of a meal, my grandmother adored him. Louis Osteen can do French like nobody's business. Mrs. Sassard's artichoke relish was a staple on everybody's table downtown. (I still love it). You are right Ms. Walton, we did have some good ones 12 years ago and more....but of course, Brock, Tony and Bill wouldn't know that or have any clue, they're from away. Now we have a lot of here today and gone tomorrow....Great when opens and fast slide into mediocre.
Did I hear at the end of the show this said: Nothing special going on 12 years ago in Charleston? Really?! Some great and of their time innovative-lovingly prepared expert meals and people come to mind (from my youth and also editing Charleston Magazine): Louis Osteen, Edna Lewis at Middleton, John Martin Taylor, Mrs. Sassard, Henry's, Perditas, Pinckney Cafe … Robert downtown, Robert in Mt. Pleasant, The Last Catch, Restaurant Million, Marianne's, La Midi…more! Also wasn't there Trigger Fish at Poogan's; it's not exactly new!
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