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By: lgs.smith
Conestoga Steak
I have always heard that this restaurant had the best steaks in town. Boy was that a lie. The place is OLD & run down. The meal was very overpriced. Basic side salad was served in a tiny bowl. My steak was cooked to perfection, but unfortunately, that was the only thing good about it. I had the 20oz Ribeye that looked good, but was bland and tough. I have had much better tasting steaks at waffle house. I don't know if it was because it was close to closing or if their food is always this bland. And speaking of bland, so is the menu. Not many choices at all. I have lived in the area for 21 years and was so looking forward to eating here. Every time I have tried to go, the wait was over 20 minutes. Needless to say that I will not be makeing a second trip. I really don't know what all the fuss was about. If you want a high priced poorly tasting steak with minimal choices, you might just like this restaurant. Otherwise, go down the street to another restaurant. So disappointed....
By: chrisperd
Biltmore Place Apartments
My friend...this is a nice, well kept place to lay your head! It is in a safe part of town, but would suggest getting a unit that isn't as close to the main intersection, depending on when you go to work. I can't say enough about the management and the cleanliness of the grounds. I know that it is newer that most all in town, but man ole man, they kept it in order. Another nice thing about the complex is the way the have a trash compactor conveniently located near the entrance where you can just drop it in on the way out and don't have to worry about lifting the lid on some ole nasty dumpster, then to see it overfill before a week..5 of 5 stars means...THIS PLACE ROCKS!
By: swanky25
Biltmore Place Apartments
Being a single male, my experience at the Biltmore has been great so far. I think the apartments are definitely family friendly, and have heard no complaints from friends or neighbors. Someone told me (before moving in) that the maintenance wasn't the best, BUT have had a great experience with the little problems I have had. the management seems very normal/good considering what others at other complexes have to deal with on a daily basis. For the accommodations, and grounds and people, I think Biltmore is a great place to live!
By: hlprickett
Summer Wood Townhomes
My family moved here in Aug of 2013! It's very quite and people are very nice! It's in a great location! Not far from the mall, grocery store and schools. I do wish we had a play ground for the kids, but they make do! The play ball and other games in the big field! All the employees are great and helpful! If your looking to be in town but away from the hustle and bustle this is the place!!
By: hannah.austin.908
Clarion Inn & suites
We used the Waterford Convention Center for our wedding reception and it was wonderful! The staff was so helpful and willing to do whatever we asked! They set everything up for our reception and it was gorgeous! Everyone kept telling us how wonderful it was and how much they loved it! Thanks so much for making our day so special!
By: marked02
Biltmore Place Apartments
I've only lived in Dothan for a few years and have seen the ups and downs of several complexes, from which friends live. I can truthfully say that I haven't had near the problems that others have had at other Dothan complexes (not naming names) I'm pleased with where I live and my surroundings, period!
By: carrkr01
Gold Fingers 84 West
My husband and I ate here for the first time the other night and to our surprise it was delicious. The chicken fingers and French fries were a lot better then Zaxby's and a lot cheaper. We are eating there again tonight, that's how much we liked it. You should try it if you haven't already.
By: thmaria
Conestoga Steak
To me, the best steak house in town, but the atmosphere is so bad.
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