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08/30/2017
By: Jacoya B.
Mum's Jamaican Restaurant
Ok food. I stop in maybe twice per month. I always get the curry goat, which is the best meat I have gotten from this place. Not a uniformed type restaurant with waiters, more like a fast food type atmosphere.
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07/16/2017
By: Tamara C.
Tc Artworks Inc
Tracy Friedlander · July 5, 2017We love TC Artworks! Tamara is so warm, inviting and kind. The art that she teaches to the kids is really great- I love that she trusts that kids can do *real* art and not made overly simple just because their kids. My daughter just loves the energy there, and I'm always surprised at how many different types of art concepts are covered in one day. I also love how flexible Tamara is, how you can buy days in advance and come for a whole week or just partial week depending on your needs. Great place, I highly recommend it!
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03/20/2017
By: Margaret W.
K&W Cafeteria
Everyone is very nice and attentive very helpful that's what makes my visit so pleasing. I get take out and I don't have to wait long to place my order. I would like for you all to make more lemon marine. pie sorry for the spelling. I'm 64 give me a break lemon with the white stuff on top okay.
10/22/2016
By: John R.
Lafayette Village Grill
I went in today, Saturday, October 22, 2016 around 4 PM, and ordered their French onion soup and a small plate of ribs. It had been 20 minutes and I asked the lady with long brown hair behind the bar, who has a very lackadaisical attitude, if the soup was coming out anytime soon. She informs me that the ribs will probably be done before the soup. I explained to her that I have worked in the restaurant industry for 14 years and I've never heard of a soup taking longer than the the main dish. This lady could have cared less. All she had to say was "well, I don't know what to tell you" with a smirky grin on her face. I have eaten here and brought my employees to this restaurant multiple times and if I ever return and she is there, we are going elsewhere. If I ever have another mishap like this with this restaurant, I'm just not going to return.
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08/23/2016
By: Lauren T.
Captain Stanley's Calabash Seafood
Freakin awesome. Food is dope, servers and staff are totally radical. I especially love all the fish on the wall, makes you feel like you're under da sea.
07/09/2016
By: Will M.
Fleming's Prime Steakhouse
It was a lot more welcoming and relaxed that I expected and that was just what we needed had fun had great food and will be back 4 sure
04/27/2016
By: Donna J.
Captain Stanley's Calabash Seafood
Rarely go now compared to before they changed the coleslaw! The coleslaw has gone to the dogs.This place has been a favorite for many years, however.... Seafood and delicious coleslaw go together like bread and butter and the coleslaw recipe had changed and it is horrible compared to what use to be. As the story goes, the guy who made the coleslaw retired and the new guy is suppose to be using the same recipe--not so. I have not talked with anyone in line who is happy with the new version of slaw any of the times I have been since the change including today. Today we were told that the retired guy was Melvin and they didn't know if he was still living..furthermore, he must have taken his secret recipe with him--I would think the owner or someone on the wait staff would know what the coleslaw should be like.
03/13/2016
By: shad.in.dc
Beasley's Chicken & Honey
OMG! It's all Good. The wafflea, fried chicken and the Mac and Cheese was freaked delicious. The staff was amazing also. We are visiting from Washington DC. The food and the atmosphere is superb. Mac &Cheese is the best. No extra stuff, just good stuff.
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03/08/2016
By: Everette G.
My Way Tavern
EXCELLENT SERVICE...WE WERE MET AT THE DOOR . THE BARTENDER WAS SO NICE AND COURTEOUS TO US. THE FOOD WAS EXCELLENT....ESPECIALLY WITH US BEING OUT OF TOWNERS. I WILL DEFINITELY COME BACK HERE WHEN I COME BACK TO RALEIGH....
08/25/2015
By: gbhanna
Chuck's Burgers & Freits
Burgers are freshly ground each day and taste amazing. Restaurant is not fancy but great food.
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