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Postby dodint » Thu May 16, 2019 12:47 pm

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Postby Sam's Drunk Dog » Fri May 17, 2019 11:25 pm

As long as they don't run out of the Bort license plates in the gift shop like the last time I was there.

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Postby Orlando Penguin » Mon May 20, 2019 6:47 pm

Going to Charleston, SC next week for work. I know this town has some terrific restaurants so I'm declaring it a 'no chain' week. So who has some good recommendations? Best part -- I'll be on the corporate card all week so while cost is a slight concern, it's not a dealbreaker. Save the Asian recommendations as I'm not a fan but seafood is high on the list, especially at a coastal town.

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Postby Dickie Dunn » Mon May 20, 2019 7:05 pm

Going to Charleston, SC next week for work. I know this town has some terrific restaurants so I'm declaring it a 'no chain' week. So who has some good recommendations? Best part -- I'll be on the corporate card all week so while cost is a slight concern, it's not a dealbreaker. Save the Asian recommendations as I'm not a fan but seafood is high on the list, especially at a coastal town.
100% go to Bowens Island Restaurant. Other than that, Fleet Landing, Hank's Seafood, Coda Del Pesce, Red's Ice House, Charleston Harbor Fish House, Morgan Creek Grill, Home Team BBQ, Halls Chophouse, Swig & Swine, Magnolias, FIG, The Palmetto Cafe, Oak Steakhouse, Husk, Kickin' Chicken, Pizzeria Di Giovanni, and Bojangles.

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Postby Freddy Rumsen » Mon May 20, 2019 9:56 pm

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Postby Orlando Penguin » Mon May 20, 2019 10:30 pm

Going to Charleston, SC next week for work. I know this town has some terrific restaurants so I'm declaring it a 'no chain' week. So who has some good recommendations? Best part -- I'll be on the corporate card all week so while cost is a slight concern, it's not a dealbreaker. Save the Asian recommendations as I'm not a fan but seafood is high on the list, especially at a coastal town.
100% go to Bowens Island Restaurant. Other than that, Fleet Landing, Hank's Seafood, Coda Del Pesce, Red's Ice House, Charleston Harbor Fish House, Morgan Creek Grill, Home Team BBQ, Halls Chophouse, Swig & Swine, Magnolias, FIG, The Palmetto Cafe, Oak Steakhouse, Husk, Kickin' Chicken, Pizzeria Di Giovanni, and Bojangles.
Damn...nice list. I can spend this week checking those places out. Thanks. But Bojangles? Maybe a breakfast option unless you're not talking about the fast food chain.

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Postby Dickie Dunn » Mon May 20, 2019 11:06 pm

Going to Charleston, SC next week for work. I know this town has some terrific restaurants so I'm declaring it a 'no chain' week. So who has some good recommendations? Best part -- I'll be on the corporate card all week so while cost is a slight concern, it's not a dealbreaker. Save the Asian recommendations as I'm not a fan but seafood is high on the list, especially at a coastal town.
100% go to Bowens Island Restaurant. Other than that, Fleet Landing, Hank's Seafood, Coda Del Pesce, Red's Ice House, Charleston Harbor Fish House, Morgan Creek Grill, Home Team BBQ, Halls Chophouse, Swig & Swine, Magnolias, FIG, The Palmetto Cafe, Oak Steakhouse, Husk, Kickin' Chicken, Pizzeria Di Giovanni, and Bojangles.
Damn...nice list. I can spend this week checking those places out. Thanks. But Bojangles? Maybe a breakfast option unless you're not talking about the fast food chain.
Of course I’m talking about the fast food chain. There’s none up here, I’m constantly teased by their commercials on the ACC Network during Pitt Football Action, and I miss me some Booberry Biscuits.

You really can’t go wrong at any of the places listed. The city has a ton of great restaurants. Seafood in Charleston is great. Bowens Island is uniquely lowcountry Charleston. Magnolias is fancy, uppity southern. Kickin Chicken was the start of many good weekends. Husk is Sean Brock’s place. Etc. They’re all good. Do your research and enjoy.

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Postby DigitalGypsy66 » Mon May 20, 2019 11:17 pm

If you like BBQ, you must go to Rodney Scott's BBQ either at the original location in Hemingway or on King Street.

https://rodneyscottsbbq.com/locations/

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Postby dodint » Tue May 21, 2019 12:04 am

There is a Bojangles near Winchester, VA I think.

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Postby NTP66 » Tue May 21, 2019 7:01 am

The behind the scenes tour at the Georgia Aquarium is worth every penny.

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