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05/03/2014
By: Susan M.
Manos Diner
I didn't like the old Mano's for various reasons, but since it has reopened with the original owners, it is a great place! The restaurant is clean, servers are friendly and efficient, and food is great! They have the BEST FISH FRY in town! The macaroni and cheese is fantastic, and food is served in timely manner and hot! If you haven't tried Mano's since they reopened, you really should give it a try! You won't be disappointed. Thank you for bringing back Mano's!
12/28/2013
By: helaina.osterhout
Dottie's Place
Dottie is awsome not only a business but a family she has the best bar food in town from wings to die for to salads philly cheese steaks to loaded nachos for good prices and she has a heart of gold thank you Dottie for all you do and all the people you help in our community
01/16/2014
By: christy.youngs
Original Italian Pizza
The sauce for the Stromboli was nasty. The Stromboli itself was super greasy. but OIP in Sayre. Is so much better... I wasted $30 on food and wasn't happy at all
11/10/2013
By: Codi M.
Original Italian Pizza
They had great food and service was very nice
01/16/2014
By: Vasilios S.
Manos Diner
verry nice diner clean and nice atmosfaire
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