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By: Sherry M.
Easley Cattle Company
This is the best place to get a steak! They only need to learn how to fry green tomatoes the country way.
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By: Jim B.
Little Art's Automotive
Thought I needed a fuel pump only needed a new fuse. Honest fair thorough!
By: Carol B.
Service was horrible..waiter dumped my son's food half out of bowl against his apron, then set it on the table. He supposedly replaced it with another serving when I suggested it, but he forgot to clean outside of the bowl which was filthy so I'm sure it was the same bowl. Never go back! !
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By: Michael G.
This place SUCKED!!!! Ordered the supposedly best margarita, which tasted like margarita tequila......had to order an extra shot, all of which was thrown at me.....shaker and a martini glass.....if which I had to pour myself! Wtf, over?!?! The staff was extremely obtuse when it comes to anything dealing with a mixed drink, (oh,might I add, the olive in the margarita,) along with the "one napkin allowed" concerning the spilling of my cocktail caused by the idiot bartender!!!!!! Wtf?! After that, we decided that maybe.....juuuuuuust maybe, the jell-o shotsmight be a no brainer. Ooops, guess we were wrong on that one too!!! Tasted like the cheapest vodka money could buy, mixed with the absolute worst kool-aid found!!! I wouldn't depend on this Applebee's to sooth the worst day of my life, or celebrate the best, even if it IS located in a dry county!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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By: Kristi H.
Waited for over 45 mins for appetizers, an over an over for dinner. Bake potato was hard, shrimp was cooked in old grease, vegetables weren't cooked, terrible service. Will not go back... Applebees in Terrell much better!
By: charles_lide
Little Art's Automotive
Art is always very friendly, courteous, prompt in his repairs & fair priced on his estimates. I would recommend him to my family and friends.
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