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  • 1.Amy's Place

    317 Byrd Ave S

    Philadelphia,MS

    0.34 mi

  • 2.Taylor Amy K

    504 S Church Ave

    Philadelphia,MS

    0.44 mi

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10/27/2017
By: Kimberly B.
Sophia's Nails
Normally this is a calming refreshing experience for me but today it was TOTALLY different.... it was clear that Rebecca was dealing with some personal issues, and could have easily told me to come back on another day. I pray that God's grace and mercy keeps you covered. 🙏🙏 #ConcernedCustomer #ImLoyal #Iwillbeback Kimberly
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10/09/2017
By: Dorothy B.
Huddle House
This was the second time my husband and I went in the past month. Both times the food was awful and the staff was cursing each other which I thought was ridiculous. You could tell they weren’t cleaning everything properly there was black stuff all over the waffle. My husband said the men’s bathroom was filthy and had he seen it before we ordered we would have left. We have eaten there several times and the food is usually good. The staff didn’t look all that clean either but we tried to give them the benefit of doubt. I would no recommend this place to anyone.
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09/29/2017
By: Ken S.
Porter House
Great hidden gem!!!!! Small menu but full of great choices. The Porterhouse is welcoming with a great atmosphere and friendly staff with wonderful service. We will be back.
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07/06/2017
By: Michele H.
Huddle House
My family and I went this morning and we sat down and then a worker started screaming at another young worker. I felt sorry for the young man and I thought that was very uncalled for. Number 1.... workers should NOT scream in public at no one especially a coworker !! This place was the most worst atmosphere I have been in in public. We walked out and several other folks walked out after us.
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03/05/2017
By: Karla J.
Huddle House
Went around 2:00 on a Sunday they were busy. But busy doesn't mean you should be rude!!! Our food was good, and if we asked for something we got it but they were short handed, had to ask for our extra sides. They were all very busy. The table behind us had asked for hash browns instead of eggs for her French toast side the waitress said sure. She was brought eggs and sent them back she was almost done with her meal and still no hash browns. She was then very rudely told by another staff member that you can't sub hash browns for eggs, took her the menus and said let me show you eggs are what comes with this plate, eggs are $2:49 and hash browns are $1:99. The staff member said you can't do that, hmm looks like to me would been cheaper for the restaurant, but the thing is the waitress told her she could do. So in the end she got no eggs no hash browns and paid for a plate. The same staff member checked her out and was rude the whole time, countinue to lecture her about she couldn't order that way. What happened to the customer is always right, well not here. I work in the public you don't talk to the customer the way she did. I kept expecting a manager to come say something but no one ever did. My husband couldn't stand it anymore he was in line to pay behind the other customer, he told the staff member you don't talk to customers like that. She wanted to argue with him and he told her they probably won't be back and neither will we!Not a good experience!!!
02/28/2017
By: Patricia C.
Huddle House
Tables had not been cleaned employees yelling about working from 7 til 11 waited 45 minutes for food then the cook was not wearing gloves we left without eating will never stop there again
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09/05/2016
By: Chris K.
Huddle House
Waited over an hour for food. During that time 17 people walked out. The worst service ever. Will not go back. They need some serious changes.
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04/24/2016
By: Paula J.
Pro Nails
I don't leave in the philadephia, ms area and I was off work that day and decided to have lunch with a friend so I decided I could get my nails done in that area instead of driving back to Meridian, Ms. When I got there I waited for 30 minutes. After my I wait I understood why I had this man that I don't believe he could do nails if he was standing on his hand doing the wobble. I told him how I wanted them done and had to keep telling him over and over that they were not shaped evenly. Well that wasn't the worst thing. They must use cheap products because about 2 weeks later the overlay starts to crack and falls off at tips of my nails. I have had my nails done for a long time and never had this done before. This was by far the worst nail shop I have ever been too.
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It is always recommended to make an appointment to get your pet groomed. While some groomers, especially in the larger pet stores, can accommodate with short notice, popular neighborhood groomers are often booked out two weeks out or longer on weekends.
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