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4 based on 30 reviews
Visited this restaurant for the first time. Ordered and took money, but did not give the proper change. When I questioned it, she made me feel like I was complaining and kind of brushed me off. The service overall was good and the food as well. Tucked back in a strip mall, but seems popular.
4 based on 42 reviews
Located out of the way, this gem is right on the Alafia River. Nice outdoor seating as well as indoor. Very unpretentious, but great service, cold beer, beautiful views and wonderful hamburgers. A very simple and clean menu. So glad we were told about this spot, we will definitely be back.
4 based on 645 reviews
Ford's Garage Brandon is your top pit stop for the most delicious prime burgers, comfort food and delectable deserts. Conveniently located just east of I-75 on Causeway Blvd.
Great place for everyone, lots of Ford auto memorabilia, the model A Ford suspended over the bar shoots a cloud of smoke out of the tail pipe and the wheels spin periodically. I had the estate burger which is 1/2 burger on brioche bun with caramelized onions, smoked Gouda and a sweet red onion relish - Excellent! but very filling and I had to take 1/2 home for later. I also ordered the corn fritters which are so yummy! they have a little bit of jalapeno for just the right kick, yummy sauce and green onions and bacon pieces - really good comfort food. Staff is very nice as well. Lots of families there on a sunday afternoon but it wasnt loud or obnoxious.Thank you, 941debwagner! We are happy to hear that you had a great visit with us!
4 based on 44 reviews
First Watch specializes in delicious Breakfast, Brunch and Lunch creations freshly-prepared to order. First Watch begins each morning at the crack of dawn, slicing and juicing fresh fruits and vegetables, baking muffins and making French toast batter from
This was our first visit to this location. All the food was awesome. The inside is spacious and the servers are very attentive. My Belgian Waffle was perfectly cooked and my wife loved her burrito.
4 based on 169 reviews
What a great breakfast joint. One visit and it's easy to see why the locals support it. Great selection of breakfast items and the portions are large but very manageable. They keep your coffee cup full. I opted for the chicken fried steak and eggs. Both were properly prepared. The wife's single pancake was huge, a little big for some women. I'll be back the next time I'm in town.
4 based on 162 reviews
I ordered the Hiker's Benedict for Breakfast based on the menu description. After placing the order, I realized that I didn't tell my server, Tony, that I wanted the eggs poached soft with runny yolks. When she came back I asked her and she said they normally come that way. Great!Well breakfast came. It was not "piled high" like the menu stated. I cut into the eggs and they were way overcooked. Tony happened to pass by and could see that they were not cooked properly and was kind enough to offer to have them remade without me having to ask.However, instead of removing my plate and keeping everything else warm or having it entirely remade, she just left it there with me. So in preparation for my new eggs, I used a spoon and removed the overcooked ones from the English muffins and placed them to the side. That's when I saw what was under them. The "asparagus" was a joke. They were no thicker than a toothpick, maybe an inch long if even that, and it was obvious they were canned, not fresh. I tasted one of the few that were on the plate and it was purely hard stalk. Several other pieces were that way. The so called smoked ham was chopped ham and appear to be "processed" ham. None of it looked appealing so rather than wait for the new eggs, I left and went to McDonald's.Thanks for your recent visit and for this feedback, William. We're very sorry to hear about your experience. Thank you for taking the time to share your concerns - we will address them immediately. If you could please send me your name and phone number to [email protected] we will have our local management team reach out to you personally. We do hope you give us another try in the future. Katie, The Egg & I Customer Service
4 based on 156 reviews
I try not to review this place all that often because my husband and I go here just about every Friday but I just have to say how great Jesse the bartender is. His service is spectacular and his drinks are great! He always makes recommendations for the specials and what's good and what's great! He always has some kind of new drink for my husband to try. We really come here because we love the service and the foods not bad either . . . I would LOVE for them to bring back the bread puddings or the Elvis. We used to get dessert every time and now we rarely get it. A little disappointed there.
4 based on 359 reviews
Our first visit to S&V which is located in the strip mall, King's Row, which also houses Big Lots. Mentioning this, because the only overhead signage visible from the street simply states "PUB". Guess the signage does not detraqct from business, because by 6PM there were people standing in line outside. Casual rustic atmosphere dining with a full bar and four tv's. The definite highlight here is the service and the food! We beat the crowd by arriving a bit after 4pm. We were seated promptly and service was friendly and spot on with a team approach. We cannot rave enough about the filet mignon steak and cheese sandwiches with au jus for dipping. The roll, the meat, and the dipping au jus were memorable. The fish and chips also received a positive nod. Highly recommend the peanut butter mousse pie. Will return. .
4 based on 180 reviews
California inspired bowls, brick oven pizzas, and fresh wraps, all made to order. Counter service lunch, full Service dinner, and weekend brunch with live music.
CCâs combines a fun open atmosphere, close-knit staff, delicious bowls, and daily specials into a top restaurant. A homeless guy initially followed me in to ask for some money, then soon left....so after I finished dinner, I was buying a couple tacos to give to him, and the waitress kindly said it was on the house! What a beautiful gesture. Thank you for taking the time to share your review! We're happy to hear you enjoyed your visit with us!
4 based on 439 reviews
Stopped here for dinner after Busch Gardens. Yes there was a wait but it was about 5pm on a Sunday. The fact that the place was full was a good sign the food was great. Yes I was right . Everything tasted homemade. Fried chicken, fish, post roast, ribs , mashed potatoes , sweet potatoes, cabbage, collard greens, lima beans and much much more . Everything was great. The peach cobbler dessert was awesome. The servers were so pleasant. We had a great dinner. The price was so worth it. Approx $16 for adults and $5 for kids. You canât beat it.
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