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12/02/2016
By: Sarah C.
Zaxby's
A great place for a variety of chicken dishes. They stay busy but the employees do a great job of filling orders quickly.
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03/11/2016
By: Rob P.
Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen
I ordered a 3 piece tenders with potatoes and gravy. After being told to pull forward I waited and waited while at least three cars behind me got their orders and drove away. A full twenty minutes go by and still nothing. I went in the store and asked for my money($6.67) back. The night manager "Star" took my receipt and went to the drive thru register and started some calculations or something, after a few minutes passed I asked if they couldn't just give me my money and do their paperwork later. Then they brought me a refund, put it on the counter and it was short! No apology, no attempt to make this right with the customer(me) A wasted half hour of my life. I will waste more time reporting this to the general manager, as well as the corporate area manager. I don't expect a lot from a fast food restaurant, I just don't expect to have them take my money and then ignore me and not even acknowledge their poor customer service. Oh, they weren't busy at all, maybe six people in the dining
12/19/2015
By: Pie five pizza C.
Pie Five Works
Good place to eat, just opened yesterday (12/18) and is very family friendly. Need I mention FIVE MINUTE PIZZA's, very delicious too!
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03/13/2015
By: Melissa W.
Naked Fish
This is a great small place to go for a quiet, intimate dinner with romantic, dim lighting. My husband and I have gone often and feel that they do not seat you right next to others. The consideration for privacy is much appreciated and the servers have always been kind and attentive without pushing you to order or interrupting your conversation. They are very knowledgable about the menu. There is a large variety of sushi, as well as noodle and fried meat/vegetable dishes. Naked Fish is my go to for birthday dinners and holidays. I have never had a problem with crowds, noisy customers or children kicking the back of our booth like you see at many larger chain restaurant locations! Naked Fish may not have a hibachi grill like Tokyo Steakhouse but the atmosphere and food is wonderful. We see several Japanese speaking businessmen dining here, especially when they have a lunch buffet. I highly recommend trying the green tea or azuki (sweet red bean) ice cream when they have it. Many westerners may find the sound of it odd but It's amazing!
03/29/2014
By: Fun D.
La Tavola Ristorante Italiano
Best Italian restaurant! Everything is delicious. Wonderful weekend specials on the menu in a nice casual atmosphere. Good idea to make reservations on the weekends.
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