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By: April M.
Drunken Crab Restaurant
We had such a great experience. Greeted from all of the staff during our time there. The food was great and the bartender Steve was AMAZING and so FRIENDLY! We definitely found our new spot. Thank you!
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By: Randy W.
Hacienda Barbers
When he was alive, Frank was the owner and my barber and my friend. He passed in December 2015 and the barbershop is gone, but his memory is with us forever.
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By: Debbie H.
Hwy 55 Of Nrh
The food was great, especially the onion rings. The manager greeted us and checked on us, and the service was superb!
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By: Mike M.
Fire & Ice Grill & Pub
I agree, try the Hamburgers. You will swear you are in your backyard at a cookout, they are that good. They are not the flat pattys you get at most places but the thick ones you associate with home cooking. You can really tell the chef cares about his food.
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By: Paula D.
Fire & Ice Grill & Pub
Awesome! Best hamburger I've had in a while. Do yourself a favor and try the fried artichoke hearts. And the Mac & cheese. And the onion rings. And and and. Entire menu seems to be special-recipe items. Great service. Great food. Def will be back.
By: Joshua T.
All Barber Shop
Great service, friendly staff!
By: jaygintx
Corner Cafe
We were missing a good breakfast in this area since Dixie House went down hill and Our Place sucks then changed to 820 gril that still sucksSo this place just opened this week and we went for breakfast today.I was surprised to see familar faces and the food and selection is pretty good. they have only been opened since Tuesday, but they are on their was to great success s the staff is friendly and the food is good.
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