Thursday, July 26, 2012

Food heavy photos. DELICIOUS!

This past weekend was spent showing my friend from my DC days (Courtney is her name) around Charleston. It was great having a good friend visit me! We spent the majority of her visit eating, but who cares. Somehow I managed to lose another pound eating shrimp and grits, drinking Blue Moon and NOT working out. Word.

Saturday night dinner at SNOB (Slightly North of Broad). I had the Seared Tuna and it was O.M.G. Amazing melt--in-your-mouth delicious! it was topped with fried oysters. Crap. Highly recommend this place. Service was great also! Will be back here. 
THE Tuna Steak
 Peanut Butter Pie for two. Mmmm. Oh and a Bourbon drink that was OUT of this world good!
 Walking along the streets of Chucktown- came across The Charleston Place Hotel. Looked beautiful! I'd stay here...wonder how much a night costs? ha!
 Courtney reunited with her "son"- my baby boy- Brady.
Walking the ya do. Love this girl!
Chowing down at Poe's before hitting up Sullivan's Island beach.
Bunless burger from Poe's. Just as good, if not better- all that bun they give you can be a little much. 
 A weird flock of dudes at the beach. Weird. I see a lot of weird stuff at the beaches here. See previous post about weird sand castle dude.
 Do I need to explain this photo any further? No.
 Brunch at Toast, downtown. LOVED this place! Food, coffee, service was all top notch and NOT expensive.

That was my weekend! Post is a bit late, seeing that there's only one more day left in this work week, but better late than never.

What's your favorite brunch item? If you're a brunch type of person....I for one LOVE brunch food!


There was a place in NJ that served cinnamon roll pancakes. To.die.for! Isn't the best part about new cities exploring the food?

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