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By: Jenna K.
BEST EXPERIENCE IN ALL RESPECTS & EVEN AS A VERY INEXPENSIVE RESTAURANT IT IS CERTAINLY COMPARABLE TO WHAT ONE WOULD EXPECT AT A 'FINE DINING' RESTAURANT, WHICH I MYSELF GO MORE OFTEN TO THE LATTER)...(This is only the 2nd review I have written but because the experience was so distinct I felt compelled to write it; btw, I have NOTHING to gain from writing this review as I have ZERO affiliation.) Our server, Valencia, provided phenomenal service and all employees - incl. general manager - we encountered were very attentive/& amiable as well.The restaurant's ambiance also was exceptional (we were told it was recently remodeled after we conveyed our delightfulness (this also reflects the booth were we sat & tableware as both were immaculate). I would highly recommend this Applebee's location to anyone who us a 'fan' of this restaurant chain! If you had an unpleasant experience here a few years ago I would urge you to give it one more chance!!
By: lindseyweeks57
New Beginnings Recovery Center
Very professional and supportive staff. Made a potentially unpleasant experience attainable with minimal bad feelings. They minimized the bad side effects of detox and made success possible. The therapist I was seeing was awesome. very insightful. Easy to open up to and talk to him. The medical staff was always professional and courteous. Great value for the money spent.
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By: Lisa H.
Duffys Sports Grill
I really like this place ! I am a single mother of two so we always go on Wednesday cause kids eat free ! They remember us all by name , very cool.
By: dj5560
Boulevard Restaurant & Gourmet Deli
Friendly place with excellent food and service. We go there all the time. They have breakfast items all day, parking and location or excellent.
By: Lynn F.
The Blend Bistro
Great service. FRESH - consistent !Nice size portions. Willing to accommodate specail requests.Clean
By: kesulta51
Waterway Cafe
Excellent lunch, reasonably priced.
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