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By: Sam S.
over priced grilled sandwich nothing.only entertaining thing about this joint is all the kiddie drunks who plop out of the place wreckin' up rt. 7 with their jaywalking suicide tendencies.must be the fact the beer is about it for spacebar.oh and they must stop blocking the sidewalk with their sign, there are handicap people in this city.i may talk with someone the city or aclu about this. i did ask them several times over the years to consider this.i guess i'm just a nuisance rather than a human being.
By: Sam S.
Silver Diner
service is good, food is ok. but the clients they obtain is worse than parking lot pot holes in a rain storm.that's a shame because they have a feasible selection and old favorites.but every time i set foot there's always a customer or two who really should just 'keep it home' with their can really rake on a person's nerves.but the service is very well done.
By: Fairfax city R.
Open Road Grill & Icehouse
Open Road Grill off Lee Highway offers bar as well as dinner and drinks and is usually crowded after 9 PM by locals hanging out. It is a great place where I take my friends often or you can just make some new ones in town.
By: Fairfax city R.
Trio Grill
Located off the Lee Highway, Trio grill is great place for an evening dinner after work or on the weekend. Great food and happy atmosphere, I highly recommend.
By: Sue J.
2941 Restaurant
Great food but the service in the main dining room is terrible. The bar is a much better bet and the menu is pretty much the same.
By: bigtim.robinson
Dogfish Head Alehouse
everybody this is one of the best restaurants i have been in the food and drinks are so good
By: suzanne149
Zip Zap
Great women fashion; fantastic service.
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