Small dedicated parking on one side, can park at the bank across Walnut after hours. Been to diner a few times and the food is good, but expensive. They have a handful of WV brews on tap. The bartender was fairly knowledgeable about what they had on tap, but donít expect the waitress to know much. A fair amount of general bottles with a few gems mixed in. I like their sunday brunch, I just donít care for it on Motherís Day.
AMBIANCE 3/5 SERVICE 7/10 SELECTION 8/15 FOOD 8/10 VALUE 4/10 OVERALL 12/20
Found this place on accident while looking for something for dinner. Located in South Hills neighborhood across the river from downtown Charleston. First of all this place is very expensive. Cheapest entree was $18 for chicken and pasta with no soup or salad. Most entrees were $25-$35. I ordered the trout with greens and smoked tomato grits(which were amazing) which overall was average to good but not worth the $25 they were asking. They only have 6 beers on tap but 5 of them were local seasonals. This is why I am adding them as this is the best place in Charleston if you are looking for local beers. Tap list was better than Pints and Pies, but they charged $6 for a pint of a local oatmeal stout. Worth a stop for a couple of beers, but would go elsewhere for food.