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Re: “Bistro 536 struggles to find the balance of a successful bistro

City Paper Reviewer needs to go back to this place. Wife and I went there last night and found the service (Liz!), food and price to be simply excellent. We will definitely be back!
Crab and sweet corn pot pie is not to be missed. Ignore the reviewers slam on it - flavored perfectly - add salt yourself if you want to mess up the flavor balance. The accompanying salad had a wonderful dressing with a hint of lemon - a wonderful start to an excellent meal.
Entrees - well done! Got the fish and chips to try their malt vinegar / mayo / lemon conconction - it was really good!
Desserts - fantastic! I believe they are made by Cakes by Kasarda - Tammy is one of the best bakers in town!
They even use Charleston Coffee Roasters coffee, nice touch!

Posted by GunBoss on March 29, 2012 at 12:42 PM

Re: “Columbia has finally elected an African-American mayor. When will Charleston?

On a seldom viewed wall in the halls of the Citadel is a group of framed pictures of "Distinguished Graduates" - although there is no note of what makes the group distinguished - except that most are of color or women. Under the picture of Clay Middleton is his aspirations - to become the mayor of Charleston, SC. Interesting.....

I, for one, am a conservative, post racial-politics American. I could care a less what race a candidate calls themself - as long as they are an American first and want to really fix this country. Voting based solely on race, that Clay dispels, then readdresses at the end of his comments - is a politics as usual, liberal democrat power play for votes - resulting in unqualified candidates like Alvin Greene and Barack Hussein Obama.

Posted by GunBoss on July 26, 2010 at 3:58 PM
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