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Re: “Chateau Exxxperience

Why sit in the corner seats back row if your not playing?

Posted by Leroy jr on August 14, 2018 at 6:07 PM

Re: “Woodward Tavern

I tried Woodward tavern , and found it to be a great place to have a casual meal. Away from the stuffy Mt pleasant crowd. Food was great , a little pricy , but still a much higher grade than Cookout , or other fast food options. The staff was great and caring.My order which was the Burger Bomb was just as I had placed it , runny egg the way it comes every where else in the world unless you ask for it differently. Tots were great and the beer was cold. The menu is pretty strait forward and simple , for a spot just starting up and getting its legs , it was a great meal.

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Posted by Foodkiller71 on August 5, 2018 at 4:57 AM

Re: “Pancito & Lefty

I've actually been to P&L twice now: once for brunch with my husband and last Sunday for brunch with a group of folks from church. This is a group with scheduled monthly get-togethers, and this was our choice for July.

One of the things that attracted me to P&L for this gathering was the menu. We have several group members who have food allergies (gluten and dairy intolerance) and their choices were spot on for this. I corresponded with Jimmy and spoke with Jade and they assured me that any modifications needed to menu items could be accommodated. We ended up with a group of 12, which included three children, two under the age of 5.

To begin: our server didn't blink an eye when we asked for 5 separate checks. Also, there was no gratuity tacked on, which is smart, because we're better tippers than the typical pro-forma gratuity amount.

No one had any issues with food choices, though one of our party was surprised at how spicy the scallop seviche was (It's generally served with crema, which would moderate the heat, but she is the dairy-free member, so there's that). The food was tasty, served well, and paced well. Most of the table had the red pork posole, served over Masa grits with a fried egg on top. Yummy! The two littles had chocolate chip pancakes and wolfed them down. One of our number had the chilaquies and raved about them.

I'm really not sure why there are negative reviews of this place. Perhaps it's different at lunch and dinner, but we thoroughly enjoyed ourselves, and my experience in setting up the event was stellar. Kudos to Jimmy, Jade, our waitress (whose name I unfortunately did not get) and the manager on duty yesterday. I can heartily recommend P&L for your next group meet -- or date night!

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Posted by Marilyn P. on August 3, 2018 at 10:39 AM

Re: “Mt. Pleasant Seafood

The absolute best in the area. Always fresh, always honest (they let us know right off that the shrimp wasn't local. We drive from Goose Creek to Mt. P, passing many other places on the way. It's that good.

Posted by Marilyn P. on August 3, 2018 at 10:01 AM
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