Gibson Locations & Hours Near Spartanburg, SC - YP.com
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09/22/2017
By: Karen C.
Cribb's Kitchen On Main
Food is very good, but had to wait 1 1/2 hrs from the time we sat down until we got our food. Wasn't that crowded either.
08/27/2017
By: Nick B.
Beacon Drive Inn
Food is good & you get a good portion for the money, it's just really greasy! If that's what you like, then this is the place for you!
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05/29/2017
By: Barbara W.
O'Charley’s Restaurant & Bar
Good food, good service despite the other reviews...I can't believe the wheel chair bound person got treated that way unless he was rude to the employees. O'Charley's tries to go the extra mile to accommodate, I know because I have been eating there for quite a few years on a regular basis and I'm a picky customer when it comes to food.
04/10/2017
By: Sherri R.
Abele, Dustin P
The directions were great & haven't really talked to anyone yet.The office was closed. My fault. I didn't look at the time.
03/09/2017
By: Kim L.
Black, Mary J, MD
My Experience with Dr. Mary Joan Black and her staff from Day one has benn a good experience that gets better each time I visit her office. Dr. Mary Joan Black gave me 98% use of my arm back, after a horrible experience I had with another well know Orthopedic Surgeon in Spartanburg. When I went to her, I had been through it with my previous Dr. I was tired of not having use of my left arm that after months of therapy, it didn't seem to get any better with little to no range of motion. I was so aggressive in what I thought I needed, she took her time with me and did what she knew was best, X-ray, Consult, then Surgery, which saved my left shoulder from what would have/could have been a possible left arm amputation. Dr. MARY JOAN BLACK WILL BE THE ONLY SURGEN I will ever allow preform any type of Surgery to my shoulder ever again in this lifetime. She is what we call in Black Vernacular English THA TRUTH... She in my opinion, is a super smart Dr. who is very capable in her field of medicine, who takes the time to make sure she is doing what is best for your body and recovery. Thank you Dr. Mary Joan Black and your awesome staff for all that you do to make my visit the BEST EVER!!!!!
02/07/2017
By: natnic72
Holden's Ranch
Specializing in country-style cuisine, offers the Southern favorite meat-and-three special alongside other menu items like hash, barbeque and burgers. Our signature dish, however, is our chicken stew.
09/29/2016
By: Karen D.
Holden's Ranch
I was very disappointed with the hash tonight September 19 2016 I ordered 2 lbs cup of harsh 6 buns costing me $ 18.90 I get home to find out they served me a 2 lbs cup of burned hash I called and talk with someone about it she replied it wasn't good I said no she said to me I thought it was burned so why would you serve that to your customers a waste of time and gas
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03/29/2016
By: fleet4
The Skillet Restaurant
Great place for breakfast. Quick service, fair prices. I've never had a bad meal here. Only wish the restaurant was larger.
12/27/2014
By: Dolly D.
Fatz Cafe
It was really good. We had the ribs
12/27/2014
By: Dolly D.
Cracker Barrel Old Country Store
They have the best fried chicken on Sunday's.
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