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By: Sheila A.
Huddle House
My friend and I decided to check this Huddle House out.We were seated promptly and our drink order taken. The manager spoke to us and asked us how we were doing. Our order was taken and food came out hot. My friend had the Thursday special of potroast, mashed potatoes w/gravy and mac and cheese. He loved it. I had the philly cheese steak sandwich with mayo and mashed potatoes and gravy. It was very delicious. We will be going back. Good management makes for a good restaurant.
By: Oscar J.
Huddle House
Never again ! Next time IHOP. Waitress took long with food , forgot every single thing I asked for and didn't even come back to refill coffee or bring condiments which I had to ask four people for them. My food got cold waiting for syrup and hot sauce .... I asked for sugar and never brought it . My son never got his waffles so I ended up asking for them to go. They need more people or better service not sure which one is lacking .
By: Laney W.
Huddle House
my mom and I decided to check it out one night and the service was good, I'll give them that. my frys, VERY crispy. my crispy chicken club, I could barely bite through my chicken because it was almost burnt. my mom got the ham and cheese omelet and her ham was scorched. never coming back here. I'll drive longer to get to an ihop or Denny's next time.
By: Victoria A.
Huddle House
It takes a couple of months to work out the kinks. Quit bein so hard on the place and the servers foreal. If u have ever been.in the food service industry u would know how.it is when it gets busy its hectic. So chill out on the place
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  • Will I need a permit for this work?
It is important to have a written warranty for any work or repairs done to the plumbing in your house, especially if it is a major repair. Look for a professional  who is willing to  stand by his or her work.
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