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By: Andrew K.
Burgers are thin but juicy. Crafted with care and pretty tasty, but their fries are thin stick fries, not normal fries. Inside is pretty new and trendy. Burgers cost between $6 and 7, so they're a little pricey. Their side salad for $3 is worth it as an alternative to fries! They have a kids menu with a few meals: hot dog, chicken tenders (which are really good) or grilled cheese with a small fry and drink for $5.
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By: Peter G.
4 Sisters
I've never eaten at the establishment yet. I do have plans now to go show support to the business because everyone matters no matter who they are or where they come from.
By: Andrew K.
Y B Hungry
I had the Southwest chicken wrap with fries and it was very tasty. The fries were pretty good too. They were hot and crispy. The wrap was worth it because it was packed with tasty chicken chunks, lettuce, tomato and ranch. I'm glad I ordered it. Their menu is awesome! They have lots to choose from even though they are a smaller eatery/restaurant. They only have 6 four person tables, and 1 two person table. That's to let you know how small they are. Yet, when we went on a Friday evening (6:30pm), they were not packed. They was only one family there. Soon after we came, another two came, but there were still a few tables open. We did get served some delicious warm buns with butter, which were great and I regret not taking the two that were left home. The ambiance is ok. It's cozy, not really fancy but it wasn't a poorly kept dive either. Most menu items were around $5-10. So you won't have to pay as much as you would at an Applebee's or Chili's. Their soft drinks are Pepsi products only. I don't remember her saying they had Mt. Dew though (which is a Pepsi product), but they do have raspberry iced tea and lemonade as well. For the kids they have chocolate milk and pop, but not any juice (unfortunately). The waitress was very friendly and attentive. She tried to be social also, even though she was the only one there and had two other tables to tend to. The bathroom is pretty good sized and well kept, clean. They even have a small table that you can change an infant on, but not a toddler. They do have a hot air hand dryer next to that table, but it's an older, quieter version, not one of the newer, annoyingly loud ones. My opinion: it's worth stopping by when you see that they are not busy and you don't want to deal with the hassle of waiting for a table at a big name restaurant. The link to their site:
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Central Cuts
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