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By: Matt P.
The Bluffton Room
My wife and I recently moved down from the tristate area and frequented NYC restaurants a fair amount. We decided to try the bluffton room for our anniversary yesterday and could not have been more pleased with our choice. The service was very good. From the complimentary valet, and the manager greeting us at our table, to our server knowing our last name and welcoming us to the restaurant. The food was flawless. Perfectly cooked steak and duck (medium rare on the steak and duck skin and fat was exquisite). Great selection and knowledgeable staff who offered up valuable recommendations. The drinks were perfectly mixed and very tasty. The cost was on point for what should be expected of a restaurant aiming to be high caliber, a little high, but not excessive to the point of cringing as some places are. If there is something that I could give negative marks for (and I am giving negative marks) by the end of our dinner, my wife and I were rushing to get out of the restaurant due the heat and humidity. In a fine dining establishment you expect to to be comfortable throughout the entire night. Sadly this was not the case. It might have just been an off night, but with the lack of fans inside and the wall to wall window open, the humidity and heat grew as the evening pressed on. With such great service, food, drinks, and ambiance... it is sad that the environment (temperature) didn't match the rest. I would like to say that I will be heading back to this restaurant as the multitude of pluses far outweighed the negative. On a whole, this establishment was a fantastic pick.
By: John M.
Goodyear Auto Service Center
Terrible service. We brought our car in at the end of the day earlier this week and returned a day later to find a black smudge / stain on the drivers seat. (Note that this mark was not there when we brought it in.) After 2 hours the mark was not gone and the material on the seat was beat up, still with black smudge in the seams. Wewere told that we could wait 2 days for the manager to arrive to discuss the matter.Manager says Goodyearwilling to have the seat professionally cleaned and we could submit to corporate for reimbursement on the cleaned seat. Clean or not the condition of the material will remain damaged. The manager failed to address this issue and told us that they would be unwilling to pay for the quote we received from the local Ford dealership for the exact part in question. Unfortunately we still don't have our car and are left with a damaged seat, having to pay for the work originally completed and dealing with damage done to the vehicle while under the shop's care.
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By: Jim S.
Okatie Ale House
One of the best valued restaurants I have been to in 40 years. Has seafood pot pie, absolutely delicious. You gotta go.
By: Tim J.
Okatie Ale House
Good food at a reasonable price. It is similar to other sports places with beer and other good drinks to watch a game at
By: david.rotundojr
Sippin Cow Cafe
If you've ever had a breakfast burrito, you have got to try this!! Its Huge and Delicious. I had tried this from a recommendation from a friend and now drive over an hour to enjoy a late breakfast with Ms. Christy and her friendly staff. Great Food, generous portions and a great atmosphere. What a great place for the family while your in the Bluffton/Hilton Head area.
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