We’d like to thank Janet Stoda, guest blogger, for this review of PhoVietnam in Florence, South Carolina. Based upon her findings, we hope to visit PhoVietnam ourselves very soon.
Category: Restaurant Reviews
(Charleston, SC) After a recommendation from Alton Brown, himself, a group of us decided to visit the Hominy Grill during a recent culinary tour of The Holy City. Here’s the related review by talented contributing blogger, Amy Scott-Lundy. Amy and her husband, Clay, moved to Charleston earlier this year.
Ann’s menu is as mouthwatering as it is well-prepared. Each plate’s colors and flavors wrap around your hunger, providing it with a gratifying embrace. That is, unless you tend to spicy side of life. Those same flavors, at your request, will also provide you with a wedgie that you won’t soon forget.
Despite the social media attention large restaurants receive when they locate in Florence, our town truly has amazing family-owned, local restaurants. Each restaurant is a little different and strives to add a family touch with unique menu options and homemade sauces or dressings.
Miguel Grill offers a Greek flavor with dishes such as gyros and pita bread as well as a touch of Latin flavor with fajitas. Whether you want a gyro, a burger, chicken, fajitas, or seafood, Miguel’s is an excellent lunch or dinner choice.
Vallarta Mexican Restaurant opened a few months ago and has generated lots of buzz in our Facebook group. While many restaurants and establishments locate on the west side of town due to the proximity of the interstates, hotels, Magnolia Mall, and Florence Civic Center, Vallarta is a welcome addition to the heart of Florence – Irby Street. Here’s our review.