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February 18, 2013

Feb. 17 - More Food

Ashley Marina (Charleston)

Since the weather has been a little too chilly or wet to work on outside boat projects or take road trips to the beach, we spend a lot of our time checking out the great restaurants in Charleston (what else can we do?)...and there are a lot of great places. This morning we went to Hall's Chophouse for brunch. Hall's have live music everyday, but on Sundays it's gospel music and we enjoyed it very much. All our meals were wonderful and the service was very attentive. The owners greet you at the door and visit with guests at their tables, making sure every need is taken care of. One day this blog will get back to being a cruising blog, but for now it's just a way to let our family know what we're up to here in Charleston.

Looking downstairs at Crystal...our wonderful entertainment
My shrimp and grits
Pam asked our waiter if the bread pudding was better than hers (hers is awesome)...he decided we should decide for ourselves and brought us a complimentary dessert. Their's is very good too, it tasted like a cinnamon bun with praline ice cream. It was topped with a bourbon creme anglaise sauce. I think I could have made a meal out of this.

1 comment:

  1. Charleston is a great place to eat yourself around. If you have the chance give the king street grill a try always a good meal. My husband loves their sweet tea chicken big enough for 2 as well as the egg roll Mac and cheese. Enjoy!

    Jim and Dale