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Re: “1 Broad Street restaurant will unlock its doors Sun. Nov. 26

Ive been to South Korea....Try being in an elevator with a bunch of Koreans. The stuff is God awful. I have been there on business and all us hated it. It will ooze out of your pours. So I know what Im talking about. I love Waffle House. The best Pecan Waffles ever. How about opening a more upscale Waffle House? And if you are saying International? You have Scottish smoked salmon...give me a break. And Cream Cheese and lox on a bagel is a Jewish NYC thing. Although you can get in Los Angeles. So, sorry, Smoked Salmon is just not from Nova Scotia. Do your research. So you need to learn the wicked truth. It also comes from Alaska.....

I suggest the bunch of you take a visit to Manhattan and Los Angeles for a week. Go to some of the casual restaurants there. Maybe you will learn something. One thing I know what Im talking about is food. Ive been to culinary school. But I have traveled to many places in Europe, Asia, South America and the US and ate my way through them. I know more than the average person in this town. Sorry. This place wont make it. Or they will be changing that menu in a heart beat. Or the millennials going, just dont know any better and it will be the Emperors New Clothes.

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Posted by lynnar on November 25, 2017 at 10:13 AM

Re: “1 Broad Street restaurant will unlock its doors Sun. Nov. 26

LYNNAR, "straight forward food?" You go to waffle house, 6 locations in the area for ya. Don't knock it to you try it. You complain about Southern food and international influenced food. But am fine with cream cheese and nova? Btw, Nova Scotia is Canadian. It's the wicked truth!

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Posted by Quyen Nguyen on November 25, 2017 at 6:34 AM

Re: “1 Broad Street restaurant will unlock its doors Sun. Nov. 26

Uhhhhh kimchi and pastrami lox are definitely things you don't have to import and I'm guessing they're made at the restaurant. Also, have you been to a grocery store lately. Fresh Kimchi is widely available.

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Posted by Brett Ostwalt on November 24, 2017 at 2:13 PM

Re: “1 Broad Street restaurant will unlock its doors Sun. Nov. 26

Menu looks awful. Kimchi? Pastrami lox?? Bialy. Where will they get those, unless frozen from the Lower East Side. You can only get from Manhattan. Why cant we get a place with straight forward food? And no pork, ham hock, pork grinds...or with Korean influences. Does everything have to be Southern in this town. Charleston is getting transplants from north of the Mason Dixon line. How about a schmear of cream cheese and nova?? Why re-invent the wheel? How about regular pastrami? I just dont get it?

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Posted by lynnar on November 23, 2017 at 1:43 PM

Re: “NICO restaurant damaged following car collision Monday night

Pizza Hut 1980 construction methods saved lives!

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Posted by Cid95 on November 22, 2017 at 2:06 PM

Re: “James Island's White Duck Taco Shop has closed

We loved the White Duck. It was such a great spot - especially with kids. We'll miss it for sure!

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Posted by Rusty Graves on November 20, 2017 at 5:43 PM

Re: “James Island's White Duck Taco Shop has closed

Did I detect a smirk after the "we gave it a bad review and now it's closed" comment?

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Posted by Ima Oldman on November 20, 2017 at 3:08 PM

Re: “Rick Eager proves that "fish farming" isn't a bad word

I know these comments were made a few years ago BUT, read them now with what we know and it's a little bit funny! All farms, whether you like it or not use pesticides! They are not going to let insects eat up there crops, period! Something I aways find amusing, you go into a restaurant and ask for iced tea, we are in the south right? They put a wedge of lemon on your glass, most people either squeeze it or just take it off and drop it into the glasss of tea, right? If you don't believe me, watch sometime! That's what happens. The lemon is probably the dirtiest most "infected" item in the restaurant with pesticides, grime, dirt, etc. I have been in the business for many many years and never have I seen a restaurant operator washing lemons before cutting them into wedges. I'm sure some do but not many! Are you really going to get in an up roar about soy? There are many many many other things alot worse and nothing is being done about them and there are simple solutions to fix those problems! Fish farming is something to help us with what is going on in our oceans. Farmer must make money to do it or they can't stay in business! Think about it!

Posted by Rodney Caughman on November 20, 2017 at 11:27 AM

Re: “A Brief History of the Boiled Peanut

I moved to the border of North Carolina (and SC) a year ago from Colorado, and had never heard of boiled peanuts..I saw them at the gas stations and roadside stands, and finally broke down to try them. I love hot and spicy, cajun food so that style appeals to me. Now I am an addict and have happily found them at all the local grocery store Canned, Cajun style, from the brand 'Peanut Patch'. My other favorite new Southern treats are Hannah's pickled eggs (pink and very vinegary) as well as pickled sausage,(both sold in all the grocery stores) but, the best southern snack in the world is pickled okra! (hot, from the brands Old South and Taste of Texas). You can get most anything on eBay, Wal-Mart, etc online with a search, FYI. I get a HUGE jar of Old South pickled okra from Wal-Mart online, free shipping,and find such delicacies as Cajun pickled quail eggs from Louisiana (homemade, sent in canning jars) on eBay. I'm sure you can get canned boiled peanuts online. FYI. Try Peanut Patch..simmered on your stove top in 5 min, and very inexpensive, it's as good as the real deal.

Posted by Wendy Kester on November 18, 2017 at 4:37 PM

Re: “8 fall oyster roasts around Charleston to put on your calendar

Uhm today is the 18th of November and its a Saturday not a Sunday. Im very disappointed your editor. You all should be ashamed, I was planning on eating oysters all day and now I have to sit at home with my cat..

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Posted by Kati Zinck on November 18, 2017 at 10:12 AM

Re: “James Island's White Duck Taco Shop has closed

So let me get this straight, Josh - a restaurant that in 3 years hasn't gotten enough customer support to stay open is a "restaurant with potential?" And open restaurants keep condos out? Seriously, that's how your thought process works?

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Posted by Ima Oldman on November 17, 2017 at 4:36 PM

Re: “New French bistro opening on Archdale Street

I am so excited!!! I can't wait to try this new place!

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Posted by Juliana Gueret on November 16, 2017 at 10:21 PM

Re: “James Island's White Duck Taco Shop has closed

Saddened that yet another restaurant with potential in James Island closes. James Island needs places like this to stay open, so we can keep the condos out. I hope something good opens in it's place.

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Posted by JoshH on November 16, 2017 at 2:30 PM

Re: “Lidl grocery store to open in Goose Creek Thurs. Nov. 30

Extremely poor planning, expect egress from the new Goose Creek Lidl's parking lot to not only be slow but dangerous. A single exit lane, those attempting to turn left onto busy St. James Ave. are not warned that there is not a safe center lane in which they can sit until they can safely merge with northbound traffic, as is available along most of St. James. Instead, their fight or flight instincts will kick-in as they find themselves sitting in a southbound turn lane for Huntsman Drive. This will cause many to attempt to merge into the northbound lane quicker and less safely than they otherwise would. The question is, how many Lidl customer lives will be permanently damaged before the store addresses unsafe egress conditions that existed prior to the store opening?

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Posted by John Polito on November 15, 2017 at 7:37 AM

Re: “Recap: TV show Million Dollar Critic eats up (and spits out) 5 local restaurants

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Posted by grades homecleaning on November 15, 2017 at 3:03 AM

Re: “Basic Kitchen officially opens on Wentworth Street today

I wish them all the luck in the world!!!

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Posted by lynnar on November 14, 2017 at 9:28 AM

Re: “Going behind the grill at Moe's Crosstown's iconic burger night

Moe's Crosstown reminds me of Charleston before it became Yuppie Central. Believe it or not, they used to be one of the only weekend brunch spots in town. Total legend.

Posted by Alex Perry on November 11, 2017 at 1:18 AM

Re: “If you really need it, UberEATS is a pricey but convenient service

and Poke Tea House thanks you for telling potential customers that parking there is a pain in the ass - way to help a business you like!

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Posted by Ima Oldman on November 10, 2017 at 3:42 AM

Re: “UberEATS is now available in Charleston

Why does it bother you how other people want to eat. Judgmental much....

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Posted by Kevin Brunson on November 9, 2017 at 2:22 PM

Re: “UberEATS is now available in Charleston

Now the ultra rich and ultra lazy can order from some nice places, but the whole idea of having a nice meal from a nice place is the experience. Just having food delivered, at a rather high price, is just silly. Order pizza and have the nice foods as a special event. These are the same folks who are soooooo busy with their seemingly important lives that they have others shop for them, and then have them put them up in their fridges and cupboards.

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Posted by Dale Hutchison on November 9, 2017 at 12:42 PM
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