07/18/2012
By: christinatindel
Big Earl's
Give me a break...I find it odd that Jeff continues to eat out here quite often without complaining. We have passed all inspections with no complications whatsoever.Live bait is very sensitive and any employee is to wash their hands before and after dipping minnows for customers, and definitely before handling any food, dishes, drinks ect.We take great pride in the quality of everything we do and strive to be a place someone would recommend.I invite you over for dinner any time, we serve breakfast, lunch and dinner. So come on out for some of the best home cooking in East Texas.And if you enjoy to fish, we have a wide variety of live bait and tackle. Our minnows are only $10/pound and are guaranteed to last longer and be cheaper than any others around.903-856-38672999 St Hwy 11 WPittsburg, Tx 75686Located on the corner of Hwy 11 W and 1521 by Rocky Mound2 miles from FM 21
02/05/2017
By: Buster O.
Big Earl's
One of the best restaurants in the area. Great food, great staff. This is an organized smear campaign by a group of people who feel they have a right to disrupt others day and meal and Earl simply won't allow that. If it is as bad as they claim why is he still in business? Simple, it is a great place. Try it for your self.
12/31/2014
By: Edward P.
Big Earl's
Way to go Earl and daughter. Keep your chin up and don't compromise your values. 5 stars for good food good service and demanding adult and appropriate behavior.
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