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10/09/2017
By: Linda G.
Manna
They're very sweet and helpful and they care deeply about families
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03/08/2016
By: Leslie L.
Flames Seafood Bar & Grill II
Amazing food and service. Happy hour 7 days a week with excellent service in bar and restaurant. Lunch is very affordable as well.
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01/01/2016
By: Linda M.
Flames Seafood Bar & Grill II
I would not give this place even one star. Service was bad the waitress told us they didn't have highchairs first thing they were right there and had to get our own. She brought food and forgot to turn in my husbands order so he had to wait. The sign going in building had tea free with meal we got charged full price. She couldn't figure out how to use coupon or gift card.The food had no flavor except fishy taste. Left small tip not the 20+ recommended just because service and food was bad.
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02/23/2015
By: Narressa C.
CDI Head Start Serving North Texas
Im a mother of 2 children that have spent time learning and growing through this program. It has been the best decision i have made as far as care for them while i work. The teachers at this program are wonderful and i trust no one else with my kids. Thank you HeadStart
11/23/2013
By: Jenny H.
The Wild Mushroom
The 1st time I came here it was fantastic! I've gone back several times & each time i am more & more disappointed. The service gets worse each time! Im not sure what has happened to this place but I will not be back!
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