Who will save this Charleston Icon? – Quarrier Diner

The Quarrier Diner has been closed as long as I have lived in Charleston.  I have always thought that it could be a great restaurant again.  Bob Schwarz reported that it is up for sale in the Charleston Gazette.  It is in desperate need of some love.  This is a challenging time for restaurants and Charleston.  The economy and fuel prices are pinching consumers and making less funds available for meals out.  Then again the same gas prices are going to bring people back to live in Charleston and the East End.  I hope it doesn’t get swallowed by the new library.

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4 responses to “Who will save this Charleston Icon? – Quarrier Diner

  1. well, it’s not underground, but there is a kitchen…

  2. I actually thought that if it wasn’t a business it would make an great home.

  3. I would love to open a retro diner lunch place that would then morph into a upper scale supper club at night. This space would be sooooo perfect for that concept.

  4. “Quarrier Diner restoration proposal unveiled” http://bit.ly/9DklMT

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