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07/16/2013
By: abceed
2510 Restaurant
When ordering catering for our business luncheons I try to bring in from an assortment of places. We decided to give 2510 our business and were very dissappointed. While the food was good, it was not nearly enough to feed the required amount of people. I ordered for 15 and actually had to ration people to make sure all 15 could get a sandwich. When I called to give this feedback to the staff, I spoke with someone in the deli who seemed offended and sighted weights and measures of the platter. She really didn't care. Asside from losing our corporate business I was going to order desserts for my upcoming wedding from the deli, but will now be going somewhere else. To top it off, when my Maid of Honor mentioned having my Bridal shower at 2510 I rejected that plan. FYI deligirl: that's the cost of being rude to your customers.
04/21/2013
By: markkatie.maynard
Michael's Supper Club
Awesome food and even better service. Frank made the meal even better with his excellent attention. We will be back.
11/18/2011
By: weston1978
The Great Dane Pub & Brewing Company
The food quality is so so and the prices are quite high. Now that they restrict our right to concealed weapons we will be going elsewhere.
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