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Tasty Thai and Sushi

Published on September 5, 2012 by in Reviews

350 King Thai: Lunch, Dinner $$ How to Save $: It’s on Restaurant.com, so be sure to print off a coupon before dining Looking for some ethnic food on a budget with a good atmosphere? Look no further than Tasty Thai & Sushi, the sister restaurant to Taste of Thai in West Ashley. Be sure to sit in the front of the restaurant, so you can people-watch on King Street. If that’s what you’re after, I’d suggest going on a Thursday through Saturday night, when things are a bit more “interesting.” Tasty Thai and Sushi looks pretty cool from the

 
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The Grocery

Published on August 30, 2012 by in Reviews

4 Cannon $$$ – Dinner & Happy Hour Southern/Soul, International How to save $: Get a good sampling at Happy Hour where apps are between $5 and $7, wine is discounted and beers are BOGO The Grocery, located on Cannon Street, is one of the new up-and-coming restaurants in Charleston. Well, according to Charleston City Paper or really any other food blog for that matter. But, if you read Eat King Street, you’ll see that it’s not one of our favorites. I mean, if you like stuffy atmospheres and high prices, this might just be your place. I don’t mean to

 
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O’Malleys Bar and Grille

Published on August 20, 2012 by in Reviews

549 King Pub/Bar Food, Irish How to save $$:  Happy hour from 4-8 p.m. gets you half-priced apps and draft beers. There’s really no other time to go. We went looking for some quick food with cheap prices one night on King Street. Because Charleston is pretty snobby with food, it’s surprisingly hard to find a cheap, fast and good place right on King Street. If you’ve been using O’Malleys appropriately, it’s always involved a fake ID, cheap shots and a tab that Daddy is floating for you (along with your CofC tuition). Well, don’t be alarmed when we tell you it’s

 
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Pace’s Pizza Balls

Published on June 1, 2012 by in Reviews

Pace’s Pizza Balls 363 King Lunch, Dinner, Late Night (open Mon.-Thurs. til 12 a.m. and Fri.-Sat. til 2 a.m.) $ How to save $: They regularly advertise deals on a chalk board visible from King St. I tried the Pizza Ball + 16oz PBR special for $6.95. Nothing has done well in the 363 King Street location that is now home to the new order-at-the-counter “quick food” restaurant: Pace’s Pizza Balls. Restaurants seem to come and go, never lasting more than a year. From the street, the inside space looks tiny, with just enough room for a few tables, but

 
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O-Ku

Published on May 18, 2012 by in Reviews

463 King Dinner $$$$ How to save $: Check it out from 5pm to 7pm Mon, Wed or Fri, more details below It is obviously no secret that O-Ku has great happy hour specials–on our visit Friday evening, the place nearly had a line out of the door. The restaurant, which is owned by the same group as Oak, The Macintosh, The Cocktail Club etc… is about to celebrate its 2 year anniversary on King Street, and there is no doubt that it has weathered the new-restaurant-hype stage and is slowing maturing into a Upper King staple. I would suggest calling ahead

 
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