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12/11/2016
By: Donna r H.
Piccadilly
No one cooks better than Piccadilly. Everytime we purchase to-go pies and take out food. Their spaghetti and meat sauce is better than anyone.
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08/19/2015
By: Cesar D.
Super Grinders
Definitely removing this place from my number 1 place to go in v.a. For "New York Style" subs like they originally advertised. I'll start by saying that ever since my friend from the navy (from NY) recommended it, he said they had the best steak subs in v.a...i had to try it! And sure enough...it was AMAZING!! Loved their long menu of sooo many subs to choose from and even HUGE platters! But then new management arrives...they removed all the platters from the menu and removed my favorite #21 real steak and cheese sub because according to them "it didnt sell much" even though thats all the other reviews on other sites talk about. But w.e.This was my last visit...i always ordered over the phone so it'd be ready by the time I got there. Not this case! I paid and I sit and wait...and wait...20 mins go by and still waiting! Shouldn't take more than 10 mins to serve someone..i know, I worked in much busier restaurants before. Lady in from of me said she was already waiting for 20 mins on top of mine! 10 minutes go by and I asked if it was ready, "it was coming" so I said I needed it asap cuz my lunch break was over in a few. Owner asked if I just wanted my money back and I said no, if it's coming I'll take it! So I sit back down and wait...and wait...THEN I asked again and the guy making my sandwich said he didnt know what kind of bread I wanted it on! Should've asked an hr ago on the phone like the original staff would do! So I tell him and he said he's just gotta toast the bread and it's done! So I sit down to expect my sub packed to go since I'm out of time when I turn to see the other lady extend her arm and hand me cash!! She said she thought I didnt want it "so here's your money, I'm sorry!" I said I guess you are! And walk away nd ended up settling for Wendy across the street! Horrible experience!! Never going back...matter of fact, I just deleted their number from my phone cuz I'm damn sure not going back...Super grinders just became another regular hole in the Virginia lame wall of shame.Hey, new owner...if it ain't broke...dont fix it!!
12/16/2013
By: Rocs M.
New Belmont
A friend and I just wanted to have a late dinner and listen to some music. There was a live band so cover was $5 a piece, no big deal. We sit at the bar ask for a menu and the band just just played their last song. Ok not going to fuss, we're still hungry. We wait for 15minutes and just left!! My friend and I are servers, so the most upsetting part of the entire ordeal is the bartender who gave up the menu never came back to check on us for a drink or anything else. And to add insult to injury a female bartender is standing 3ft from my face talking to a guest and NEVER NOT ONCE acknowledges us. She doesn't even pretend to be interested even when she has no one to serve. It was about 12 so we went to max'n'ermas and left a 100% tip (2 drinks 2 shots 1 app 2entrees 1 dessert)!!!!
12/07/2012
By: bernicecee
A W Schuck's
A hidden treasure, excellent food, service, friendly feel.
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