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By: David M.
Saffron Valley Sugar House
This place has tiny portions of great food at top prices. Exceptionally terrible value, additionally it took the kitchen over 40 minutes to get half our food out.
By: Terry H.
El Rancho Grande
This is where we always go to eat Mexican food. Good prices and they have a bar. I like their lunch specials!
By: James K.
Winger's Downtown
great food! crave it often. Get the sticky fingers. Sometimes gets really busy around lunch so go early!
By: Adam P.
Everything was amazing at Wingers! We had a family dinner there on New Year's Eve (14 of us). The service was quick, the food was unreal, and we will be going back soon :)
By: Bella B.
Love this place! The food is yummy and the atmosphere is cool. I like that I can bring my kids there also. They like the food too which makes it even better!
By: Sharon H.
The Tin Angel Cafe
The servers are so nice and the food was amazing! Extremely kid friendly and accomodting to special diets. The kids loved the cheezy noo noos. I love their yummy soups and salads and the care they take with vegetables. We all loved the bread pudding. It would be a great place for a big party!
By: Shauna C.
Squatters Pub Brewery
The quality of the building and the food has gone way down in the last couple of years. Also have heard some horrible things about the man who runs all of the restaurants in the area, I believe his name is Doug- he seems more interested in sleeping around with his employees than actually run his restaurants. Don't eat here. You will be very disappointed.
By: T G.
The Dodo Restaurant
good service ,good food ,patio needed a little more shade but quick for a lunch time tried there turkey sandwhich
By: jennifer.ballaine
Kick N' It Sports Grill
Great place,loved the food lots of food for the money, alot of choices to pick from, cold beer, staff excellent, the service is top notch very clean and always a fun time.
By: Justin S.
Kick N' It Sports Grill
Awesome little bar! Super cool location, great people, great environment, great food! Cant wait to go back!
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