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07/29/2017
By: Teresa P.
Coconut Joe's
Best view of the beach to enjoy a drink.Had lunch there after being at the beach.Really good food.Very Casual and laid back.Kid friendly.Go every time I go to IOP.Service was good.
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02/11/2016
By: Leslie W.
Coconut Joe's
Best place to be on Isle of Palms! Rooftop bar, frozen drinks, live music, great seafood and family friendly right there at the beach - oh and military discount! What more could you want? They even have ice cream and coffee out front to grab and take to the beach. :)
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05/06/2015
By: Dominick C.
Luke 'N Ollie's Pizzeria
I am totally disgusted with the treatment of service of this place my 76-year-old mother came in there today to have pizza she was with a service dog I don't know if it was the owner or just the staff but they were very rude did not want the dog in the establishment made a scene and asked my mother to sit in the corner away from other patrons personally if I was there the outcome would've been much different I would not recommend this non-service oriented place to anyone by the way the service dog is 6 pounds and hypoallergenic. Being that I own my own company I am very sensitive to the needs of my customers as they are the ones that pay my bills
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