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22nd-Apr-2008 09:37 pm - Cheddar's; Florence, KY
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This is one of our hometown favorites. We haven't been there in a while and we had a little extra time that evening, so we decided to head in for a quick dinner we could review.

The order:
Brian: Cheeseburger with red beans and rice with water
Tiffany Chicken Fingers and fries with lemonade

I know that it seems a little silly to review burgers and chicken fingers in a blog. But seriously... you don't understand how good this food is.

First of all, I love Cheddar's. You can get a steak with shrimp there for like $12 or something like that and it's GREAT. We didn't have time to get a big dinner and our meal was under $20... not to mention you wouldn't believe the amount of food they give you.

The atmosphere at Cheddar's is awesome. They have a huge palm-leaf looking fan spiraling in the center of the restaurant, a HUGE fish tank wall that separates the bar side from the other seating and comfortable booths and tables. It's like your neighborhood grill. You know what I mean? I always know the food there will be good and the service will be good.

I ordered the chicken strips because Cheddar's has the best chicken strips I have ever tasted in my life. They are HUGE and when the plate comes out, it's intense. I wish I would have taken a photo. There's like six of the biggest, juiciest, strips, covered in crispy golden breading. i don't know what they're seasoned with but it tastes great. Even when you order something off the menu that is chicken strips and something else, like ribs and strips or steak and strips, they give you more chicken then you know what to do with.
And the fries, of course, are great.

The lemonade is great, I think they might make it there, it's a little tart, and very fresh tasting.

Brian loved the red beans and rice. I don't think he's had them there before. He also got a cheeseburger. It was actually the whole reason we went in there. We were driving and he said he was craving a burger from Cheddar's really bad haha. The burgers are so affordable and they are HUGE. They take up like the whole plate lol and they're juicy and full of flavor. Amazing burgers.

Cheddar's is an all around great deal. It's the only place I've ever been that actually has prices on the drink menu haha! I've never been able to make it to dessert there, but one day I swear I will so I can review that lol.


So...

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Will we go back? Yes!
Why? Like I said, it's one of our local favorites!
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No, we're not dead and no we didn't forget about this... the past month has been so busy, we've barley had time to eat a good meal anywhere other than home and I'll be damned if I'd let Brian rate my cooking for the world to read... though I did make a mighty fine taco feast the other night and a sweet steak dinner tonight. :)

ANYHOW...


We have still been on the prowl for "our steakhouse" in the area.

We decided to go to the Buckhead Mountain Grill on the levee and I'm glad we did!

The order:

Brian: T-Bone steak with onions on top, fried tomatoes, and wild rice.

Tiffany: T- Bone steak, fried apples and fries.

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The place has a great atmosphere and feel to it. We really loved the decor. It almost seemed like we could tell by the way the place looked, that we would have a good meal.

Brian had a pint of beer, I forget what kind and I had an Electric Lemonade, which basically was a long island with blue liqueur and lemonade. I think we got waters as well. Our drinks were only like $6 for both at the bar while we waited on our table. Our meals were the special of the night at $21 a plate.


We had to wait 45 minutes, but it was a Saturday night and it was like 7:30... and we were on the levee. So I kind of wasn't shocked. The drinks helped the wait haha. Once we were seated, I was really happy because we were seated right at a window overlooking the river. That was cool. I like that. The Cincinnati skyline was all lit up and amazing. It was calming.

Then the bread came out... Oh... that bread! It was served with cinnamon butter which tasted awesome! We actually loved it so much that we got seconds on it haha.

The steaks were GREAT. I was so impressed. We love T-Bones. Both sides of the steak were very tender and juicy. The filet side was particularly tender... melted in our mouths like butter. :)
Brian went out on a limb and ordered the fried tomatoes. He said they were amazing. He said their texture was great and he really liked how they were something very different from what he would normally eat. He said the rice was well seasoned and had a good texture.

I know fries are fries, but sometimes fries can suck. These fries did not suck. They were very tasty. They went perfectly with my steak. Sometimes I like a baked potato with my steak and sometimes I like fries. I'm glad I ordered the fries that night. It was perfect. And the apples... oh the apples... they were so good. If there's one thing I love... it's good baked apples. The cinnamon was perfect. The texture was great... it was all good really.

We even wrapped up the bones and brought them home for our chihuahua Eddy, who LOVED them haha.

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Will we go back? Yes!
Why? I think this is our new steak house. I'm pretty stoked on it. It was just great. We really enjoyed everything about the meal and the establishment.
19th-Mar-2008 11:05 pm - The Macararoni Grill; Florence, ky
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bare with me again as this is a mobile post from my phone. Hopefully my html works out and I don't mix it up. My laptop charger is broken... doh!)

Neither of us have ever been to Macaroni Grill before, I thought I had once in Texas, but now I think I am mistaken on that lol.
Anyhow, we decided to go on reccomendation of others and drove out there on this rainy/snowy day for some hot food for our bellys.

The order:
Brian: Create your own pasta dish with tomato basil sauce, sun dried tomato, roasted garlic and spinich.

Tiffany: Fettechini alfredo with grilled chicken.

We both, of course, opted for fresh grated parmesian and Brian had a ceaser salad.
We both had lemonade.

Our server, Corinne, was great.
Our lemonade was always filled and Corinne was super friendly. We also loved the cuteness of the fact that there is paper covering the tables and there are crayons for doodling haha. It didn't even seem tacky, despite the fact that the rest of the restaurant decor was quite fancy. The overall atmosphere was just great.

The bread was great, there was olive oil with cracked pepper for dipping. Brian got his salad promptly and said it was good.

Not long after Brian was done with his salad, he said, "I think our food is coming this way." I told him I would be shocked if our food was coming out that quickly. And I was!

Another waiter brought us our food, which would turn some people off, but I know this is a good thing, as it meant our server was busy and he grabbed it so that it would not get cold. He even grated cheese for us and offered refills on our drinks.

The alfredo was the best I've ever tasted. (And I boast a pretty mean sauce that I personlly make from scratch!) the consistency was perfect. It was a perfect blend of cream, cheese, oil etc. I could taste all of the very fresh ingredients.
The pasta was cooked perfectly and the chicken was tender and flavorful.

Brian's food was great but upon tasting mine, he said he wished he had gotten what I got! He said the roasted garlic was good, most of the bulbs were not over powering at all, though a few pieces were a bit strong to eat straight. he enjoyed his dish but his only complaint was that sometimes the "create your own" type dishes leave you too much freedom. We aren't itallian cooks, we don't know what goes well lol. He was attempting to recreate a dish that was served at an asian restaurant I used to work at but forgot that we used a pesto sauce instead of a tomato based sauce. He said the sundried tomato and the tomato sauce made for a bit much, but it didn't mean his dish was bad, just a major workout for his taste buds.

I asked for the dessert menu but we were stuffed beyond belief and just couldn't do it haha.

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Will we go back? yes!
Why? great food, great atmosphere, good prices, good service, and we like drawing on the table :D
19th-Mar-2008 10:28 pm - Famous Daves; Florence, KY
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bare with me again as this is a mobile post from my phone. Hopefully my html works out and I don't mix it up. My laptop charger is broken... doh!)


Let me start by saying that this is one of our hometown favorites! For sure, we normally eat here with groups of family or we get food to go and run home with it when I get off work right down the street.
Yesterday was the first time Brian and I have gone in to eat there ourselves without family.

It was a thing of beauty.

The order:
Brian: two meat combo with rib tips and bbq chicken with barbeque beans and mashed potatoes

Tiffany: two meat combo with rib tips and roasted chicken with fries and baked apples.

Please note these meals also come with corn on the cob and an amazing corn bread muffin that is as sweet and tastey as a little slice of heaven.

The heaping portions were amazing. I felt overwhelmed when our plates arrived and I was staring down all of this glorious barbque. We tore into it right away and were in love with everything on the plates.

The rib tips were falling apart when we poked them with our forks, the chicken was just pulling right off the bone and our taste buds were getting a work out for sure. The corn was sweet and crisp and was great with a little butter and salt.

Did I mention our waitress was awesome?

My lemonade was constantly full and we were asked multiple times by multiple employees how everything was. Which was great.

Brian devoured the beans and mashed potatoes before I even knew it. He said they were amazing. The beans were chock full of pork and he offered me some mashed potatoes, but I knew I was dealing with more than I could eat aready.

The fries at Famous Daves are delicious. I'd say they have a buttery, fluffy, texture that makes them go perfectly with everything else on my plate.

And the apples... well, if you don't like this all american apple dish... I think that might just make you a terrorist. The baked apples always put me over the top and fill me to the brim. We love these apples.

The service was amazing, the atmosphere is great. I love the southeren backyard bbq setting. I love the food and I love Famous Dave. If I wasn't married, I'd find him and we'd talk. ;)

Here's something I haven't done before... but you guys needed to see this. We'll be doing this more often.
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Will we go back? Absoluetly!
Why?This is one of our favorite places in Florence. We've never had a bad meal here!
17th-Mar-2008 06:50 pm - This means our blog is working...
One of the main points of this blog is to give credit where it is due for good service. We know that for every compliment, customers will give maybe one compliment. We expect good service, but do not value it as much as we should. We take it for granted until we see how bad bad service can be.
This response to my email to Applebee's in Troy, Ohio (which included only a link to this blog) proves this theory. And proves this blog is serving its purpose.

>>Dear Tiffany,
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>>We're working hard to be America's favorite neighbor. Glad you noticed!
>>Tiffany, your email meant the world to us. We strive to provide outstanding service and greatly enjoy hearing that we've reached that goal.
>>I'm passing along your compliments to John and the rest of the Troy team. As I'm sure you know, comments like yours are a powerful motivational tool. While it seems some only focus on negative experiences, it's a kind and rare individual who takes the time to recognize a good visit. Thank you so much for taking the time to share such positive feedback.
>>Thank you again for your kind words of encouragement. When we get letters like yours, we know we've truly provided outstanding service!
>>If you have any other questions or comments, don't hesitate to let us know. Our toll-free number is 888-592-7753
>>Sincerely,
>>Adam Linville
>>Guest Relations Coordinator II
15th-Mar-2008 11:49 pm - We got this email today
From Sonny's BBQ Vice President!

>>Subject: Re: Sonny's Bar-B-Q - Atlanta, GA - Guest Comment
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>>Dear Tiffany,
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>>I would like to thank you for visiting our Atlanta restaurant on March 10 and for also putting us on your food blog.  Your kind words were most appreciated and just in time for our 40th Anniversary.  What a nice surprise!  Your comments will be featured in our company newsletter, "What's Cookin"; so everyone in our company will see what a great job the manager and crew did for your group. Perhaps we'll see you all again when you're back this way.
>>
>>Thank you again
>>
>>Guy J Leslie
>>Vice President / Chief Operating Officer
>>Greater Atlanta Bar-B-Q LLC
>>5555 Oakbrook Parkway, Suite 640
>>Norcross GA. 30093
>>(770) 441-3365 eXT. 19
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This is a copy of an email I sent to Mike and Jimmy's Chophouse on March 6, 2008. I have not heard back from them yet and at this point do not expect to. This incident was basically the reason Brian and I began this blog.

My husband and I recently moved to Florence, KY for my job and the one thing I like about Florence is the great selection of restaurants. We found a place we like to get BBQ, a place we like to get Mexican, a place we like to get finger food and a place we like to get Chinese... but after a few months of living here, we still hadn't found a good steak house. We went to Lone Star with low expectations and had a worse meal than we had even thought we would have, we went to Texas Road House and had a great meal, but we had to eat it while a couple let their toddler roll around on the floor yelling ten feet away... and the one thing I can't stand is that in order to get a steak at most places you have to do so with cow skulls and mexican blankets hanging all over the walls around you. We kept thinking, "Is there really no place around here to get a good steak where we don't have to be subject to the pitfalls of chain restaurant complacency and crazy cowboy themes where everything has the word cactus in the title and weird southwest seasonings? Can't we just go someplace that looks nice, has good service and serves us a good steak?"
We found Mike and Jimmy's Chophouse by accident one night. We were driving around town aimlessly, trying to find a place to get a good meal and just happened to drive by. I saw the sign, thought it looked very nice from the outside and we went in. Our waiter told us about the specials, described each one, told us how the food was prepared and answered all of our questions. He was great and when our food came out, we were very excited. We like to order our steaks medium rare and for some reason, this is an issue with some restaurants. It seems like the steaks are never cooked just right. I feel like if I ask for medium rare, it should come as described on the menu. Let me tell you, both of our steaks were the most perfect steaks either of us have ever seen. Perfection. It was like a work of art. From the front to the back, from the edges to the center, these steaks were a perfect medium rare. We were very pleased to have found our new steak house.
I went to work the next day and told all of my friends that this was the place they needed to go. We even told some of our friends from where we moved from in Ohio that they would have to drive down some time so that we could all go out to eat there because it was the best steak we'd ever had.
Last week, we went to Mike and Jimmy's again. I have waited a week to write this letter because I wanted to make sure I would still feel the same way a week after the experience and didn't write something out of haste. Unfortunately, I do feel the same as I did when I left Friday night.
I had just gotten off work, and it had been a long week. My husband met me at my job and asked what I wanted to do for dinner. I told him I knew exactly what I wanted and we headed to Mike and Jimmy's to get a fabulous steak like the ones we'd been craving since our first visit. Our waiter was great, again he was very nice, had great knowledge of the menu items and was very very personable. He took the time to talk with us a bit and made us feel good about our choice to come to the establishment that afternoon.
We ordered our steaks, the same as the last and he made a point to take down the note that I would prefer my plate without garnish, something most waiters tell me they will do for me, but overlook when the time comes.
Our plates came out, and the presentation was lovely, as it was the first time we ate there, but when we cut into our steaks, they were overcooked. They were certainly not medium rare. Our waiter was very apologetic and said he had never seen a steak come out cooked wrong there. I made the remark that the last steaks we had there was amazing and that I was sorry to complain, but they had set the bar pretty high with our first visit to then serve us an overcooked meal.
Our plates were whisked away and a few moments later were returned with new steaks (same side dishes, however). The waiter asked us to cut into them to make sure they were better this time, he and I both looked at mine and were sort of unsure that it was good enough, he commented that the lighting in that section was poor and that maybe it just looked odd because of that. I said I didn't want to be a pain and send back a second plate and that it would be fine. We started to eat and a gentleman who appeared to be a manager walked up and just kind of stood by our table for a moment. Then he asked if these steaks were better. We made a comment that they weren't as good as the ones we had the first visit we made to the restaurant. He made no attempt to apologize and in a very rude way seemed insulted that we would suggest the food was not good. He barely said anything to us and just kind of walked off. It was kind of awkward and made us feel unwelcome. Shortly after this our waiter came out and apologized again, telling us he would bring us a free dessert.
To be honest, our steaks were bland. They didn't seem perfectly cooked and as I said before, the bar was set so high by our previous experience that this was a disappointment in comparison.
I suppose my biggest issue is that I hate going someplace if I don't know what I'm going to get. I have now had two experiences at the establishment. One good and one bad. This tells me that I have a 50/50 chance of having an amazing meal or a sub par meal. My husband and I work very hard for our money. He runs a recording studio and manage a music store. We work hard all day and rather than going home and spending more time and energy cooking, we like to go out, sit back, enjoy a comfortable environment and have a good quality meal where we know it's going to be good. I don't like to gamble with my dining experiences. I like to find a place and stick with it.
When my corporate managers came into town they asked me if there was a good place in town to get steak, I told them there was a Texas Roadhouse down the street from our store, they looked at me and said "Please, a REAL steakhouse." and I told them to go to Mike and Jimmy's... best place in town. Now if they go there and have a bad meal, how does that make me look?
Like I said, I waited a week to write this, just so that I could be sure I wasn't writing to hastily, but my opinion hasn't changed.
I wanted to bring this experience to someone's attention.
Have a good day,
Thank you
Tiffany Whitten
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Brian and I went to see the Cincinnati Symphonic Orchestra last night which was amazing, but we hadn't eaten dinner yet and there's just no way to fill up on $3 chocolate dipped pretzel rods in the lobby... so we snuck out before it was completely over and went in search of someplace good to eat.
We were hoping the chinese restaurant we had our first Cincinnati date at would be open, but it was late and they were closed. We drove to Fountain Square and parked the car with the intention of eating at a brewery our friends had taken us to a few weeks prior.
Across the street, we saw McCormick and Schmick's and it certainly caught our interest. We were already dressed up from the symphony and decided that since we looked fancy we should have a fancy meal. We dashed through traffic across the street and made our way inside.

The atmosphere was awesome. The music was great and the staff was friendly. Our server explained to us that their menus were printed twice daily, hence the date at the top of the menu... They print once for lunch and once for dinner, to include what fresh seafood has been flown in that day. (The seafood is flown in daily so they have a rotating menu of all the goodies they get.) This was impressive and everything looked so good. While looking over the menu, something made us decide we were thirsty... really thirsty... for riesling. So... we ordered a bottle of Chateau Ste. Michelle and settled in.

The order:
Brian: Mahi-Mahi with chipotle glaze and a plethora of veggies
Tiffany: 9oz Sirloin steak medium rare with butterflied coconut shrimp and mashed potatoes.

The service was awesome. Our waitress might have had a bit of a hard time opening our bottle of wine, which could have been awkward for another table, but I did wine service at tables for several years and I understand how these things go. Once the cork was out, we tasted the wine and it was fabulous. Crisp, cool and refreshing. We do love riesling. Once the bottle was on our table our glasses were never empty. Our waitress would come by periodically and refill our glasses, even the manager walked by once and saw Brian picking up the bottle to pour himself another glass and offered to pour it for us. She was very friendly and asked us where we were from. We talked about where we lived, what we did and even about our dog with her. She was great.

When the food came out, and doubts I had about if the meal was going to be worth the kind of money we were spending on it, melted away. It was the most beautiful, perfectly plated food I have seen in a long, long time. Every bit of my steak was cooked to medium rare perfection, and what a gorgeous hunk of meat it was! I don't even honestly like mashed potatoes, but I loved the potatoes... and the shrimp... succulent, fresh, plump, and tasteful. The coconut breading was not overpowering at all and the sweetness of the coconut blended well with the fresh crisp flavor the shrimp.
Brian's fish was falling apart flakey, it was flavorful and surrounded by a mass of glaze and vegetables with all sorts of sweet and spicy flavors. The vegetables were crisp and interesting and went perfectly with the mahi-mahi. Brian is not a big seafood eater, but this was very enjoyable for him. I let him have a few bits of my steak and one of my shrimp. He agreed, of course, that I had ordered the ultimate meal haha. It was so good.

Most of the eating experience was spent babbling about how amazing the food tasted and looked. And about how nice the establishment itself looked. There was an elegance about the place, while at the same time, there were semi-"tacky" elements worked in in a non-tacky way. Stained glass lighting with sports team logos for instance. The music was an amazing combination of everything from Frank Sinatra to 90s rock. We loved it. Even though it was older music, it felt fresh and hip.

To top off our night, we split a creme brule'. I loved the custard and the fresh blueberries were awesome. I have personally, never been a huge fan of the crispy top on creme brule', but Brian said he didn't care much for this one personally. There was a hint of the flavor of the igniter fuel from the flame torch used to caramelize the top. A minor detail, however, in an overall amazing meal.

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Will we go back? I'm sure we will!
Why? This was a stellar meal, a great location, and an awesome atmosphere. We felt at home, comfortable and fancy at the same time. We sat by the window and got to watch the Fountain Square nightlife which was fun. It was an overall awesome end to a fun night out on the town.
13th-Mar-2008 06:36 pm - Buddy's Bar-B-Q; Knoxville, TN
What can I say, we're a sucker for bbq!

Our bus stopped in Knoxville, TN for a while so that we could stop and get some food on the way home.
The area we stopped in had a McDonald's, a Wendy's, a Starbucks, a Taco Bell and some other fast food crap... but we knew what we wanted the minute we saw it. No one wanted to go with us, but we saw Buddy's Bar-B-Q and bolted for it. Everyone was sorry they didn't come with us after the meal we had.

Let's start off by saying this restaurant is attached to a gas station, but we know that this doesn't mean anything, seeing as how there's an amazing mexican place by our house attached to the Shell Station.

The order:
Brian: Beef rib dinner with baked beans and green beans+ lemonade
Tiffany: 1/2 chicken dinner with fries +lemonade

The people who worked at this place were awesome! They were so friendly and helpful and we talked for a while about how were were traveling through and all. No one cared that we looked grungy and were covered in tattoos. Again, Southern hospitality at it's best. They made us feel at home.

The food was excellent, the portions were fantastic and for $18 for both of us, an all around great deal. The lemonade was great and fresh tasting. The meals also came with hushpuppies, which Brian said were great. Both the green beans and baked beans were awesome and beef ribs are always a treat when we're used to eating pork ribs at most places. Brian said the flavor was awesome and the meat was cooked perfectly.

i would have to agree that my chicken was cooked to absolute perfection, as the meat just fell right off of the bones. It was tender, juicy, and well seasoned. The skin was awesome. I love the way skin comes out on smoked chicken. There was so much food on my plate I couldn't even finish. And my meal was only about $5! Now that's a deal!

The best part was that even though we were at a gas station restaurant and the soda fountain was located about ten feet behind us on our side of the counter, one of the ladies came to our table and asked us if we'd like some more hush puppies or lemonade! Now that is customer service I did not expect! We were really blown away.

This was a great find considering we just got off at a random exit.

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Will we go back? If I knew how to get there... totally.
Why? Really good food paired with convenience and affordability.
13th-Mar-2008 06:17 pm - Sonny's BBQ; Atlanta, Georgia
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The order:
Brian: $10.99 all you can eat ribs with baked beans and corn on the cob+ sweet tea
Tiffany:$10.99 all you can eat ribs (no sauce) with french fries and corn bread+ lemonade

We went to Atlanta, GA with about 30 of our closest friends and family ;) to attend The Bodog Battle of the Bands, regional finals, which our friends' band After the Accident played and won! So watch out for them on the FUSE reality show this summer!

Anyhow, from our hotel room balcony, we could see Sonny's BBQ and we knew right away we would have to check this out... if there's one thing Tiffany and Brian Whitten like... it's ribs.

We ordered our drinks first and were greeted with the most awe-inspiring-filled-to-the-brim delicious giant glasses of the most refreshing lemonade and sweet tea we'd ever tasted. Let me start by tipping my hat to this. It was hot outside (compared to the blizzard we'd been dealing with in Kentucky) and this hit the spot dead on.

Our waitress was a shining example of southern hospitality. She was extremely friendly, attentive and kept us smiling and happy. She checked up on us every chance she had and was very personable. There really is something to be said about people being nice in the south!

The ribs... well, let's just say "WOW" about the ribs. They were so good! And at that price! Wow again! Brian finished off two plates before anyone else had finished one. The flavor was amazing. Mine came out with no sauce, the way I ordered, and I even heard the waitress check with the cook before bringing them out. I don't like sauce, but let me say, those ribs did not need it anyway! So good. Brian tried every sauce on the table. His favorite pick was the smokin' sweet. Yum!

The cornbread was like something my grandma would cook... maybe even a little bit better... shhhhh!

We were very impressed with the food and the service! I wanted to move to Atlanta after that meal!

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Will go go back? Any chance we get!
why? Great food, great people, great times!
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