The beer cheese fondue is yummy. My veggie burger was homemade and piled high with goodies. Wish I would have had room for dessert.
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We had a friend from Charleston bring a pie to share. I am a foodie BUT a serious dessert diva. I was in heaven with the first bite. The texture and full flavor of the blue berries was beyond yummy. If you visit Charleston- you...More
Tripadvisor reviews led us to this quaint little restaurant. The location is in the downtown area in an old/vintage building. The environment is comfortable, welcoming and eclectic. We were greeted quickly and taken to our table in a brightly painted and very interesting dining room....More
Bluegrass Kitchen is a great little place. Sorta downscale, hippy, funky... with really excellent comfort food. Friendlly atmosphere with live music on the weekends.
The veggie burger, the rosemary fries, the chocolate tort!!! I cannot say enough about it. It's a fun, funky, delicious dining experience. One thing I would change? The tea...I am not a green tea fan...just regular iced tea please. A little pricey, but totally worth...More
This was just a couple blocks from our B & B, an easy walk and also close to the Capitol. The Elderflower Gimlet was a superb cocktail and they do a good Old Fashioned. We needed something light so tried the deviled eggs (great flavor...More
I am not a fan of Bluegrass Kitchen. I've been there probably 6-7 times. I've had the Perfect Chicken Sandwich, Black Bean Burrito w/ Chicken, Reuben, Corn Beef Hash and some other basic breakfast platter and some type of ravioli appetizer. It is very overpriced!...More