My wife and I had lunch here Saturday 3/10/07. I have this theory about restaurants: If they're perched on the highest cliff, or nestled in the deepest woods, or hanging over a picturesque river, they're likely to not be very good. Situs crowds quality. That's this place. It's in a fairly tacky area of Charleston, on Shem Creek in a tired fortress of a building close by the water with inside-outside seating. It's staffed by kids who may not be of legal age themselves waiting on customers who may not be much older. It's a bar-sandwich scene for couples engaged in the dating dance. Nothing wrong with that, of course, but the customer crowd tends to be easily pleased - beer, burgers, boasting, and all - so the establishment serves them well but not those of us looking for a slightly higher degree of service (I had to go to the kitchen to find our dessert, our waiter had vanished). But we got what we paid for. I wouldn't go back but many others will.
Pros: Sailboats, shrimpers and pelicans.