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08/29/2012
By: caryn.franson
Nancy's 57th Street Lighthouse
Nancy's is a cozy bar/restaurant whose patrons run the gamut with respect to age and musical tastes. Karaoke begins around 8pm, and is fun and entertaining, whether you are a spectator or participant. The DJ has over 100,000 songs in his library and he does a good job of making sure there's a decent mix offered throughout the evening. Some of the regulars have pretty good voices. Occasionally someone will get on stage after they've enjoyed a bit too much liquid bravado, but they're just as fun to cheer on as the others.We arrived early on a Sunday night with a friend visiting from Australia. At first we weren't quite sure what to think of the place but as the evening went on, we found ourselves among a lively and friendly crowd. About the food -- the apricot chicken was a little overcooked and lacked flavor but the pork tenderloin was wonderful.Important notes: 1-the a/c is extremely efficient, so bring a wrap or sweater if you tend to chill easily.2-don't pick a song with swear words, or if you do, make sure you don't actually sing them. The owner WILL make the DJ turn it off. (not a bad thing, IMHO)
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10/10/2008
By: gr8tfl1
Ann's Chicken Fry House
I have been going to Anns for 28 years. We went there once a week for years. In all that time their food has been consistently wonderful. It is a very small place, but the service is quick and the food is always fresh and hot. We have ordered other things occasionally and it was always very good but we are addicted to that chicken fry!! The house dressing, garlic ranch is made fresh, it's creamy, mild and delish. I could say the same about the cream gravy, made fresh, creamy, mild, and delish. There are other places we like to go with great food but what keeps us coming around so often to Ann's is great food at a low price. In 28 years the only problem we had was the chicken fry getting a little bit too done. That has happened 3 or 4 times. We miss the original waitresses now. The ones that watched us become a family and watched our kids grow up. They were there so long, they felt like family to us. They still have great service and a lot of memorabilia mostly from the 50's, 60's. Oh Yummm, now I think I'm fixin' ta git me som'a that chick'n fry.
06/29/2011
By: punkin7
Super Cao Nguyen
A friend introduce me to this store a few years ago and I loved it. The first time I bought some meat and something I hadn't seen in the regular grocery stores that I grew up on which is kidneys. I bought some fresh veggies, a few spices, and fabulous dried mushrooms. Everything I got and used was so good, the meat was so fresh and excellent in taste. I have been back several times, this store has never let me down. I am thinking of getting some fish and I wonder if they would do the fish up for me (fillet it and debone it); it isn't that I don't know how to do this but it has been a few years since I left Florida where I did this all the time. I wonder if they have an automated cart for me to use, I hope so.
02/05/2015
By: Nilla W.
Mimi's Cafe
Excellent comfort food, but consistently dirty utensils. We went three times to this location. Each time we had to show our server dirty forks, knives and spoons. Knives had greasy fingerprints, several had FOOD stuck to them. You couldn't miss it. On our second visit, we spoke to the manager and recommended, at the very least, that those who roll their utensils should have clean hands and need better training to send them back for another wash.. The third visit, the manager never came to our table. That's enough for us. Dangerous bacterial infections are spread by dirty utensils. Beware. If the utensils are dirty, what else is, too?
02/13/2013
By: yourgunman
Forty Creek Construction
I have used these guys for years and always found them to be top notch and very considerate of cost versus quality. They have always delivered exactly what they said they would and when they said they would. I have had everything from my house roof replaced to a 38000 SF office roof. They even did a remodel recently on my house that is amazing. Some people like to bash people on these review sites to get what they want. II'm in retail and I know you can't make everyone happy, but these guys have my vote. Call Bryan at Forty Creek. You'll be glad you did.
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01/22/2014
By: Stephen C.
S&B's Burger Joint
I have never seen a restaurant make such a messy Burger or what they call a Burger anyways... you mind as well ask them EVERYTIME to put your bun on the side or it will be mush by the time it reaches your table...which will probably be thirty to forty-five minutes just for two burgers and some fries... and don't even worry about answering them on how you want it cooked... waste of time. I have tried so many times to give them chance after chance to make something worth eating but they fail time after time! great menu but NO execution!!!
03/07/2013
By: dwayneerodgers
Florence's Restaurant
The food, service, and atmosphere was the best that I've received in a Soul Food Restaurant in a long time. The food was hot and cooked to order, no need to add any seasoning just hot sauce. Florence's provides a true down home family atmosphere with friendly staff (Kayla) and courtesy service attentive to the small things. The group that I was with had an opportunity to meet and take pictures with the founder/owner, who still manages the kitchen. Looking forward to my next visit to OKC!!!!
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08/20/2015
By: Brad J.
Asset Group Inc
This compamy is great to work with on construction projects. We have teamed with them on multiple occasions. They require a lot of paper work but we have never had a problem with payment as long as we got it turned in. Their staff are very professional and quality driven. They do make you adhere to the schedule which is good and bad as a sub. I would work with them on any project!
09/02/2017
By: Sandra H.
Ds Property Ntwrk I Rental Hms
D & S is amazing. Renting with them has been the best experience thus far. Anytime I have an issue my maintenance request is always taken care of as soon as possible. I was a bit worried when I saw the older reviews but I can see that it was obviously just unhappy people. They have made sure to take care of everything I've brought to their attention.
06/19/2015
By: Paul G.
Earl's Rib Palace
The food was good I just didn't like being seated as if it was formal dining. The waiter is working on a tip from the moment you walk in. I would have rather gone thru a line and paid instead of being hit up at the end before I leave like in a nice restaurant. Eating BBQ should be informal it seems.The baked beans were very good.
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