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09/08/2015
By: Mary L.
Ginger Brown's Old Tyme Restaurant & Bakery
My family and I went there for breakfast this weekend and we should have left when we first got there because of the rude young man that takes your name to sit you. The wait was long to sit us and then even longer to get our food. Out of the 6 people in our party 5 of us got sick. The food too greasy, it must of sat there for awhile before serving. Very displeased with our visit and will not be going back.
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06/25/2015
By: hazmatusa
Ginger Brown's Old Tyme Restaurant & Bakery
Place was dirty and service was slow. We were there for 15 minutes and nobody waited on us so we walked out. This place was good a few years back.
02/17/2014
By: courtneycornwell
Ginger Brown's Old Tyme Restaurant & Bakery
I just would like to let someone know that today was the worst experience my family and I had ever had eating out. There were 5 of us and it took over an hour to receive our food. I had a Groupon, and a checkout was told "it was a holiday" and could not use it! I could understand if there was some kind of special for presidents day, but the prices were the same! In my mind a "holiday" is NOT president day!! I have spoken to Groupon and complained to them. If you do not want to honor the Groupon you need to remove it from their site! A $47.00 ticket ended up costing me $67.00!!! We will never be back and I will never recommend your place of buisness.
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