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Re: “Sermet's Downtown

We love to eat lunch at Sermets, and for some reason it has always been on a Sunday. We love their food but for some reason their bartenders are terrible. We always sit at the bar, perfect for people watching on King Street. The bartenders are very unfriendly. Never greet you, never give you a wine list without asking, and seem very slow on service of drinks. I fully understand that they are also servicing service bar, but if Sunday lunch is always busy, then maybe an extra bartender? Didn't even get a thank you this time. It's a shame as the food is fresh and great tasting, but service and surly bartenders can keep me away.

4 of 7 people like this.
Posted by eatingout on April 18, 2014 at 9:16 AM

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Re: “Uptown Social encourages conversation with solid bar food, boozy slushies, and rooftop views

When we went on a Sunday night it was FULL of young students all in a huge long line waiting to get upstairs. The downstairs looked like it had been cleared of all furniture, it was pretty empty, with 2 people deep of the same young students. I felt like I had been transported back to a dirty student bar, and it seemed they were ready for a similar environment with the heavy amount of door attendee's checking the ID of everyone. No thanks. My age group has taken me past the student bars, and I will stick to the real dive bars when looking for one.

3 of 4 people like this.
Posted by eatingout on June 17, 2018 at 9:07 AM

Re: “Grand Bohemian hotel's √Člev√© restaurant is hit or miss

I think its a shame that this food critic has decided to slam the offerings in this restaurant just because the bagels were not served the same old boring way, or that the mint peas were not for her, even though these two flavors are delightful together. Everything in this review is showing that this food critic would rather the restaurant would have opened with the same menu that most restaurants serve in this town - shrimp and grits, boring omelette station brunch etc., I for one am excited that we at last have a more modern menu on the Charleston dining scene and am excited to try it out.

6 of 8 people like this.
Posted by eatingout on November 6, 2015 at 7:06 AM

Re: “Social to become Poogan's Smokehouse

Just what we need. More southern BBQ, she says sarcastically.......

Posted by eatingout on August 13, 2015 at 5:15 PM

Re: “Circa 1886 gets a new look

Renovation? You mean they painted the walls? The carpet, chairs and tables are exactly the same. The lighting changed. Nothing spectacular.

Posted by eatingout on February 21, 2015 at 11:00 AM

Re: “The Cocktail Bandits toast a more diverse Charleston bar scene

There is an awful lot of defensiveness in this article. It is written with a perspective that white people are noticing people of color in the bar. The first paragraph alone says "that's not the only reason they stand out" referencing that they are not white. What a terrible article. I personally don't care if someone in the bar has a skin color that is neon green. It is insinuating all around that young women of color should go out and break down barriers. There is no barrier to break down on my side, and all of my friends would tell you the same! The more you emphasize what you have written in this article, I feel the more you make it an issue.

10 of 16 people like this.
Posted by eatingout on February 21, 2015 at 10:54 AM

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