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Power tables

Power tables

In case you missed it, and unfortunately I can't link to it, the Wall Street Journal's "Power Tables" featured Charleston this Saturday.

According to the article, the tables in the wine room are most requested...

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(Kim Hairston/Sun Photographer)

...because the room is "quiet and intimate." It's also cooler than the rest of the restaurant, so shawls are offered to women who get cold. (No word on what men do.)

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You need to see the chart to see what the real power tables are. (Condoleezza Rice sat at table 4, for instance, although it looks a little close to the kitchen for me. But maybe she's a foodie. According to the article, foodies like to sit near the kitchen to greet owner/chef Cindy Wolf.)

At least I don't have to worry that I was recognized when I ate there a couple of years ago. We weren't seated at an A++ or an A+ table, which was fine by me. I don't like to be cold and I don't like to be near the kitchen.

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