Johns Place in Statesboro, GA with Reviews - YP.com
11/27/2012
By: dixiebell
Cracker Barrel Old Country Store
Disappointment. Food lukewarm when we got it. My husband's food did not look appealing at all. Waitress never came to check on whether our food was okay. The food was okay, but certainly did not live up to our usual Cracker Barrel visits. Second disappointing restaurant visit in Statesboro, GA, First one was Olive Garden.
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06/30/2015
By: Jessica W.
Cracker Barrel Old Country Store
My husband and I took his mother here Saturday. We ordered 2 coffees, 1 tea, scrambled eggs, bacon, and ham. Cheese on two of the egg orders. They all came with cheese and it costs us $50. Needless to say, we won't be back and I will spread the word.
09/07/2017
By: Roger G.
Bi-Lo
BI-LO has a Loving atmosphere in it as well and always give me great service, I love all of you, keep up the good works, I`m grateful and thankful for you all, Roger
07/06/2015
By: Anonymous A.
Mellow Mushroom
The best thing here is the pretzels. But even they can sometimes be really dry. (Like they may have forgotten to put butter on them?)
07/06/2015
By: Anonymous A.
Chili's Grill & Bar
The queso & salsa, southwestern egg rolls, & steak fajitas are awesome! Just be sure to ask for no cilantro!!!
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05/28/2016
By: Ken B.
Applebee's
Good food. Good service. I'm never dissapointed. Everyone is freindly which makes me come back. Thanks
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05/28/2016
By: Ken B.
Ruby Tuesday
Turn the air conditioner on. Very warm inside.Food was ok. Service good. Servers are always smiling.
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