A Bit Of A Wait, But The Burgers We're Great
The former Barbara Jean’s has opened to large crowds and much popularity and we were just two of the folks that were excited to try it out.
When we arrived I was surprised at the great energy and nice feel that the restaurant had. I have only driven by the Char and Bar in West Ashley so I didn’t really know what to expect. I must admit I was pleasantly surprised.
|Nice Decor At Triangle|
Although our name went on a list we were seated in a matter of minutes. Our server, who was busy with a few other tables caught our eye and told us she would be right over - so far, so good.
The menu is a mix of appetizers (snacks), salads, sandwiches a few entrees, craft beers, many varieties of egg rolls, etc., but the headliner appears to be the local grass fed beef burgers. This was something that Skipper actually raved about when he visited with us. We decided quickly what we wanted to order and our server was at our table in a flash.
|The place was packed |
when we arrived.
When a restaurant is very busy I like to look around to see whose eating. If a lot of folks are enjoying their meals it usually means that the kitchen is keeping their heads above water and is generally keeping up with the rush. On the other hand, if no one’s eating it could mean that the restaurant has had a lot of tables seated at the same time and/or the kitchen's in the weeds. When I noticed that the restaurant was fully seated, there was a wait for tables and only a handful of tables had their food, I had a feeling dinner was going to be awhile.
After waiting for over 30 minutes I asked our server if our Tailgate dip was coming out any time soon. She assured us it was. A few minutes later the dip arrived. It was a hot cheesy dip with spicy sausage and tortilla chips. It was actually very good, and we quickly chomped our way through it.
|Hot Sh** Burger (their name not ours)|
We gave the Triangle Char And Bar in Mt. Pleasant 3 out of a possible 5 plates.