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By: Susan R.
The Grace Miller
At every visit we have had Great food friendly service and great live music. Love the patio area. Convenient restrooms, surrounding area attractions.
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By: Ray W.
Maxine's On Main
The only thing this place has going for it is that its the only place you can go for breakfast that isn't a Mexican restaurant. I've lived here for five years and have visited several times. I've been so displeased that I pretty much go in about twice a year. Today, my wife and I stop in for breakfast. We wait patiently for our table for about 10 minutes (not bad at all), then we are seated.My wife ordered coffee and I ordered orange juice and water. It came promptly to the table by the hostess. The waitress Barbara (the slowest, most incapable and unqualified waitress on the staff) came and took our order. I asked for a refill on my water. Her reply, "yes, when I can get to it".I said I understood, as she was working several tables.She comes back a few minutes later and refills my wife's coffee. I politely remind her about my water. She says okay and walks away, I assumed to go get the water... NOPE!Food comes out. My wife's food is so cold that it's inedible and has to be sent back.I ask again for some water. Barbara says, "okay let me go get that."She leaves with my wife's cold food, returns with my wife's hot food, and NO DAMN WATER!Now mind you that I'm having the migas! A dish loaded with fresh jalapeƱo peppers..... And NO DAMN WATER!We ate our food. We paid our bill. No water. No apology. Not even a "thanks for coming... Come back again". WOW!Now, I could write this off as a one time accurance if that were only the case. Every time I've walked into this establishment over the last three years, I have had Barbara as my waitress. This is even the case when I have specifically asked NOT to be seated in her section or to be served by her because she refuses to do the basics of serving like, "keep the glass full". Beyond that, there is absolutely NO excuse for cold food ever.At least the staff at the Mexican restaurants take a little pride in their work, keep your glass full, and serve hot, edible food.Worst Of Bastrop!
By: mel014u
Popular for a very good reason.
By: Bill B.
Maxine's On Main
My wife and I Love Maxines. We found it after moving to the Bastrop area a year ago. We have never had a bad meal there, and whenever we decide to go out and eat they are high on the list.Their customer service is excellent as well.
By: sarah.m.theriot
Hobo Camp
The camp is quit and keep up to the t.the dogs and cats are truly are welcomed. There even walking tails to take your dogs for a walk. Yhre owne , who live here, are more then truly get to relax and be one with nature here.
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