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Goose Creek, South Carolina
July 7, 2006
From journal Good Ol' South
Bayside, New York
January 9, 2002
After checking the Westin's breakfast menu, I decided to suffer less and find the Port City Java, whose menu I found in the sleeve of Westin services. They are inside the hotel on the lower level, and if you take the stairs directly facing the registration desk and make a quick left, you're there.
This is a Starbucks "me-too", but the smell is great, the food is fresh and inexpensive. Both table and booth seating available. We had cheddar cheese toasted butter bagels as we had never had them in that flavor, and they delicious. I had café au lait which was strong enough to dye my hair roots and Chuck enjoyed what looked like a vase of the same. See photos and you'll understand what I mean.
Our Westin doorman made an appearance there for his morning sustenance, and we discussed some of the dinner places he recommended. He was impressed that we had already done the Charleston Grill and Circa 1885 . He recommended Anson's and a few steak houses. One of the people on line was kind enough to bring us a newspaper where he said we'd find all the places we needed for dinner venues. It’s a great feeling that people take the time to respond to queries that arise in a conversation that may not include them directly.
We had the opportunity to also pick up some dinner sandwiches at another one of Port City Java location and sampled the Roma and Tuscany sandwiches on panini bread, is served with mesclun salad and a choice of dressings. Very fresh and tasty although the feta cheese did not like Chuck.
From journal A Holiday In Lowcountry