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By: Hugh W.
Cox Law Group
Takes your money and runs. Closed out my case when trying to make payments. Took the deposit and ran.
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By: Hugh W.
Cox Law Group
Took my deposit and ran. Closed out my case with no notice and kept the cash.Beware of this group.Beware.
By: J P.
Rowe's Family Restaurant
Can't understand how bland overcooked food rates such great reviews. If this is what was served in my home I would run away.
By: Joanna H.
Country Cookin
This is my favorite Country Cookin!! Their entrees are always top notch and the salad bar is fresh and delicious. The waitstaff is always friendly and attentive and the restrooms are very clean.
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By: Laurie L.
Mill Street Grill
Dear mill street, we went on Sat to your restaurant for a mother and son dinner..only to be stuck in a corner against the took over a hour just to get our app and bread..the appetizer was disappointing.we ordered fried calamine..which we thought would come with a tomato sauce.. Not that God terrible yellow spicy sauce..then it took another 45 minutes for our main course. The main course was outstanding.. Just wish we weren't stuck in a corner like an after thought!! And if you are busy let the guest know it might take some time for there food.
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By: Deane R.
Thai Staunton Restaurant
My family and I love this restaurant. The staff is so attentive to your every need. The first time we went there Mort was our server and was continuously checking on us to make sure everything was okay. This time we had another server who was very attentive but Mort remembered us and came over many times to check on us. The food is amazingly delicious especially the steamed dumpling they are to die for. This is our new favorite restaurant.
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By: Diane A.
Hometown Grill & Buffet
Stopped here after we couldn't wait any longer at cracker barrel. The breakfast bar was great. 8.99 per adult, but everything I had was well prepared and fresh even though it was very late morning. Biskets and gravy was a hit with everyone, bacon was crisp and flavorful. Everything was good.
By: angela d.
Rowe's Family Restaurant
One of the neatest places to eat. Has some history. Like the downhome feel
By: Sally K.
Great service but horrible breakfast. The presentation was drab. A plain looking omelet with a morsel of dried out sausage on top. The omelet was dry, and tasted like a premade crepe sitting around for awhile. The filling was cheese that tasted like the American slices wrapped in plastic or velveda and the sausage was dry and tasteless. Awful. The waitress was pleasant and friendly. Sorry, but the food is what I wanted and it was bad!
By: ripoffalert4u
Rowe's Family Restaurant
They need to serve some Xanax to their servers in the morning with their coffee before they start work. Never will I return for this! Rudest people to be serving food!
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