• 1.Gabby's

    1834 Oakland Ave

    Portsmouth,OH

    1.24 mi

  • 2.State Farm: Smith, Gabby

    230 Ford Ave

    Waverly,OH

    27.28 mi

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01/28/2011
By: dannyandmandi
Scioto Ribber
the only thing that you could ever say negative about this place is that they lack variety but that is not always bad because what they do they great! i like their steak but i love their ribs. i don't like their fries but onion rings. anyone can find something here. it does stay busy so unless you dont mind a long wait then go for lunch or on a weekday. the service can lack at times but when they are as busy as they get and you are cooking steaks and ribs to order then it takes a while for your food to come. give it a try and you will not be disappointed.
02/01/2013
By: voliob
Applebee's
You have to be careful what you order. Most of the food is just microwaved, but there are a few good things on the menu. The sandwiches (not wraps) are decent and the hot plate items are acceptable. Thats about it though. I order the fajitas every time because I fear getting something gross if I try anything else.
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09/12/2015
By: Sheila H.
Fish Bowl Bar & Grill
Friendly Service and Best Wings Ever. My favorite is the mild wings. And I don't consider myself a wing person but the sauce is divine. They have good hamburgers too. Two Thumbs Up!
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