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  • 1.Carmike Patriot 14 & Imax

    4761 Lake Valley Dr

    Fayetteville,NC

    5.25 mi

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    I went to see War Room & enjoyed it very much. Everything was good but if you have Vertigo or balance problems, this would bother you the way the chairs sloped & my husband said that the chairs could

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07/01/2017
By: Benny B.
Hot Diggidy Dog Inc
Just a small little place out of sight but the fold is amazing, the burgers are big and juicy, the hot dogs are grilled and done just right, the fries are crispy on the and perfect on the inside. The place is great and the staff was very friendly. I would reccomend this place to anyone who wants a burger or a hot dog for lunch.
04/19/2015
By: tiffany a.
Safewatch Security
Every company I spoke with just wanted to sell me this, that and everything in between. Ellis listened to what I needed and helped me get what it quickly and effortlessly. I know who to call after I move again, Thank You.
01/05/2015
By: Liz A.
Bubba's 33
A bit surprised and hope this is a one time thing. Our waitress wouldn't stand at our table long enough for us to ask any questions. When I ordered I choose the guacamole and salsa with chips. Well....it went down hill from there. The "guac" had no avocado and was just tomatoes, peaches, and other stuff cut up. When politely asked about this we were told "Well that's they way it is. It's ours" Then the menu needs to state that. Even people from another country would know that mess was not what they called it. She acted as if we were bothering her. The salsa tasted like tomatoes and sugar...that's it. This was the nastiest food I have ever had. And the waitress's attitude didn't help
06/01/2014
By: melodyshea
La Dulce Vida
I was disappointed to see how tutti melon has gone down hill. They only offer just a few flavors as the other machines seem to be down. The Gelato is gone as ell sith a sign saying it will return in the spring but it's 2 weeks from summer. The toppings were limited and the ones they had were low or empty and appeared to be poor quality. When this store first opened it was very clean and well stocked. The cashier was absent most of the visit and seemed to be busy on a cell phone. Also the flavors of yogurt were mislabeled so 2 of us got a flavor we didn't care for. I hate to write a negative review as this place place was formerly nice and enjoyable. I will go to mellow mango next time. Much better quality
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