Nikos Corner in Freeport, Texas with Reviews - YP.com

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03/05/2015
By: Robert L.
Stripes
It's a very nice place and eye appealing....Unless management steps up and check on how there brand new store is being operated it's doomed for failure. Just this morning quite a few people walked out because the service on the food line was way too slow ...one person actually said "I came in for breakfast tacos and ended up getting dinner. The store needs more dedicated employees or just more employees to attend the morning rush... I suggest the store management team be on the alert for bad publicity due to not being on top of things....Hoping for change in the very nearest of future
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03/21/2015
By: Joshua P.
Stripes
well is not the same as the valley like McAllen, Edinburg, and the valley it self where people know what there doing I mean here in Freeport the stripes employee's need to get sharp in what they are doing or else the company it self will have a bad repetition of others but personally I love it the worker just need a little moment to adjust to the food and know the Spanish language food wise.
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03/04/2015
By: Reno R.
Stripes
This place is a breath of fresh air for Freeport.From now on I will be going here and not too the places in town who raised there prices during the rescission.
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