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"We chose to celebrate Mother’s Day the night before – my wife and I, daughter and son-in-law and my wife’s parents. It was the first time for all of us to eat here. The place has a very unassuming exterior and quaint on the inside. The place seats maybe 100. Unlike most chains – with soaring ceilin..."gs, their ceiling is similar in height to your house and painted brown, but that adds to the cozy appeal. Called ahead and were able to be seated within a few minutes of everyone arriving. They have real tablecloths that are changed after each sitting, but paper napkins.
If I were reviewing based on the entrées it would definitely been a 5. The beginning and end of the meal brought it down to a 4. The house salad, served on a typical salad plate, consisted of basically spring mix greens which are limp by their very nature – room temp – finely chopped tomatoes, feta cheese sprinkles and a couple olives. The Greek salad was similar. The house made dressing may have been really good if ther...
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"Went here while on business. Middle of week, quiet atmosphere, very friendly and helpful staff. Food and drink good. Although my first time in the place, my associate was remembered by the chef/owner from a previous visit. Excellent choice all around."
"There was one flaw in Panera's business plan when they built in Smyrna. Well two - some people probably won't go there because it sits on hallowed ground. This used to be where the mecca of deep fried catfish and hushpuppies resided for many years - The Catfish House. No one holds a grudge longer th..."an a catfish fan. Second - they built downwind from Logans Roadhouse. My wife and I got out of the car and were instantly tempted by the smell of grilled meat from across the street. "Are we sure we want a panini?" But here is where they tried to offset that mistake: the parking lot. They situated the entrance/exits in such a way that you have almost no hope of getting out once you are in. You eat here or risk your life trying to escape. "Do we really want to try to cross over that traffic for peanuts and a moist juicy steak?" We stayed - plus we had a gift card - that helped with decision as well.
We paid $8.00 each for half a sandwich and a cup of soup and small bag of chips. We were u...
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