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05/30/2014
By: franmitchell
Sam's Southern Eatery
My granddaughter had heard this was. Good place to eat from some friends so we decided to try it. We weren't disappointed. She had the 3 fish, 3 shrimp, 3 oyster with 2 sides combo. They couldn't get the lid closed on the clam shell. The fish was cooked just right and the cornmeal better was perfect. The shrimp were more like prawns and the oysters were nice too. It is so nice to finally have a place to get oysters. The two other got the 6 piece fried chicken strip dinner and although delicious we couldn't eat it all. We had enough for dinner tonight. Now sides, red beans and rice-good; Mac and cheese-a little runny but OK; green beans-just green beans;fries-pull them out first or they get limp under the hot, hot food.I will definitely go back. Want to try the Oyster PoBoys
12/16/2013
By: Caleb R.
Bubbie's
best burgers in town and most definitely the best chicken strips fried or grilled. You definitely get what you pay for there. GREAT service as well. You can tell the workers truly enjoy you being there and want you there.
03/11/2017
By: Patricia B.
The crawfish shack
The food was delicious, the service great! I am on a special, very restrictive diet and they bent over backwards to accommodate me. Eating out for me is difficult at best and they made it so pleasant. Thank you!!!!!
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09/26/2015
By: Ashley C.
Breaker Drive-Inn
They have the best cheeseburger in all of Monticello and the surrounding areas. One of the last "mom and pop" places around, you will get great customer service and great food at Breaker.
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