Baker and The Farmer set to open next week in former Meathouse on Johns Island
Baker and The Farmer set to open next week in former Meathouse on Johns Island One locally sourced sugar rush comin’ right up

Earlier this year, Meathouse Butcher Shop in Johns Island shuttered its doors, leaving the neighbors wondering what would be next. The answer? Brian Altman has partnered up with members of…


The Brick celebrates Shark Week with bait balls, beer deals, and more
The Brick celebrates Shark Week with bait balls, beer deals, and more Makin' waves

Charleston will find any reason to party. This Sunday, hit The Brick at 8 p.m. for a celebration of great (white) proportions, as they air Phelps vs. Shark: Great White…


FIG's former pastry chef serves up morning sustenance salvation from Scram food truck
FIG's former pastry chef serves up morning sustenance salvation from Scram food truck Wakey, wakey, eggs and puff pastry

You might have to cruise James Island's Island Plaza (1291 Folly Rd.) parking lot a few times to find the little blue truck, but when you do, pull over. Scram,…


What you need to know about Pour Taproom, Charleston's most hidden rooftop bar
What you need to know about Pour Taproom, Charleston's most hidden rooftop bar Pour us another one

Have you been to Pour? I'm going to guess that, most likely, you have no idea what I'm talking about. Until last night we weren't entirely sure we hadn't dreamed…


Edmund's Oast Exchange eyes early August opening
Edmund's Oast Exchange eyes early August opening It's the Oast wonderful time of the year

"We are so close to opening that we can hardly stand it!" So says a newsletter from the team at Edmund's Oast Exchange. The forthcoming retail arm of Edmund's Oast…


Cannonborough Beverage Co. rolls out single serve bottles
Cannonborough Beverage Co. rolls out single serve bottles Perfect for portable mixers

Charleston’s favorite soda jerks are taking the next step with their carbonated offerings. After five years in business, Cannonborough Beverage Co.'s Matt Fendley, Mick Matricciano, and Brandon Wogamon have released…


Brown Dog Deli to expand into short-lived Smith Street Pizza location
Brown Dog Deli to expand into short-lived Smith Street Pizza location New dog on the block

College kids, there’s about to be another take-out option for those long cram sessions at the library…


Hall's is top notch across the board; frankly, I think that these reviews shooting the place down are pretty mean-spirited. The Hall family is a class act, and I have very good memories of their kindness to me and my…
Posted on Jul. 22 by QB
This is just another expensive version of Aaron's Deli. Tourists are their main clients, and are stuck with mediocre food and a very noisy atmosphere. With all the nice genuine professional restaurants in town, I wonder why they can stay in business.
Posted on Jul. 19 by localhutch
Halls is for dumb tourists only. All of the negative comments on this board are true. The food is average, the prices are high and the four owners are a pain in the butt. Please stay away from this horrible place.
Posted on Jul. 14 by LocalCitizen
Best doughnuts ever! Staff is warm, friendly and always helpful. You have to check out Glazed,
Posted on Jul. 14 by Erin Jacobs
It should be pretty clear to anyone reading this thread of comments and "Linda" and, most likely a few friends she has recruited, are on a personal mission to smear Halls Chophouse and the Halls themselves.

My wife…
Posted on Jun. 30 by Charleston Lover
Bring back Sermets, not sure what Gentry is even suppose to be, a whisky bar? restaurant? sports bar? venue for filming Southern Charm? No purpose to this place and the food is mediocre to say the least!
Posted on Jun. 28 by Mike Westerman
Food is in line with other steakhouses in town- Oak, Grill 225, Ruth's Chris. The difference as some other reviewers have stated is its way overpriced for locals. $13 including tax for a crown and coke filled to the top…
Posted on Jun. 28 by Mike Westerman
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