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Cary, North Carolina
November 18, 2008
From journal Charming Charleston Weekend
June 15, 2005
There was a wait when we arrived. We were told 15 minutes, but, in reality, it was only 5. I decided to try one of the local brews and chose New South White Al. It came with a slice of orange and was very interesting. It is one of their seasonal ales.
We decided to go with the tried-and-true. Joe ordered the half a rack of their almost-famous ribs, Al ordered the rib eye, and I ordered the bacon-wrapped filet. While we waited for our salads, I took the time to look over the decor. This is a noisy place; the brick walls echo the sound, which makes it the ideal place for families. The tables and booths are wood, and there are ceiling fans. Facing us was a sign that listed their current local beer offerings.
Our salads were good, the usual greens with plenty of dressing. What was fabulous was the coleslaw; it had bleu cheese in it. My filet arrived very undercooked. I sent it back to be cook again, and it arrived perfect the second time. I was happy that they left me with the coleslaw to snack on. Al’s ribeye was done perfectly the first time, and Joe was delighted with his half rack of ribs.
Service was very good, as our waitress was friendly and attentive. When it came time for dessert, we were delighted to find out that the desserts were provided by Kaminsky’s, which is right next door. Kaminsky’s makes the best desserts in Charleston, maybe in all of South Carolina. Their cakes are mile high in not only size but also flavor. We decided to try the cobblers on this evening. We had sampled the cakes earlier in the week. I ordered peach-raspberry, and Joe got the mixed berry. Covered in a delicious crumb crust and finished with a scoop of vanilla ice cream, they were a very sweet and perfect ending to our meal.
From journal Culinary Charleston
North Providence, Rhode Island
July 22, 2004
We ordered steaks here and they tasted as though they had been frozen. The service was just OK and the decor was nothing to write home about.
Out of a 10 I would probably rate T Bonz about a 3...it is a very busy place, mostly with the younger college aged, but I think it's because they do have a nice bar.
From journal It's Festival Time Again!
February 16, 2003
From journal Great Food in the Low Country
February 10, 2003
From journal Charleston, a jem of a town