Went here for dinner and had one of there hoagie sandwiches was really good and fulfilling you won't leave here hungry. Very friendly staff and didn't wait long for our food.
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Even though this place has been around for quite a while, we just discovered it in the past year. The food is amazing! We have tried pretty much everything on the menu and can not find anything we didn't love. It's fun to take visiting friends to this place and share the experience. Their house dressing is the best I've... More
I ordered a steak salad. The lettuce was not fresh. The two pieces of tomato was not ripe. The steak and fries were over cooked. The Italian dressing sucked! Ordered the lasagna. Had no flavor. Cardboard would've been better. A friend recommended this place I think they need their taste buds tested. Should've taken food back! $20 in the trash.... More
Usually I like to try and support locally owned businesses; however, when the service and the food are so bad at a restaurant I just can't do it. I was eating with a large group of people and the restaurant was clearly not prepared for a group. Some people were served 10-15 minutes before others and when my food arrived... More
Pros: Reasonably affordable Decent variety of entrees/appetizers Good location near I-79 Cons: Low prices are common here, and you get less "bang for your buck" at 3 Ways The food is either undercooked or over-seasoned, though their hoagies/pepperoni rolls are good 79's proximity subtracts from the anbiance
Some years ago, the food editor at The Washington Post ran a feature which he called "Crummy But Good. Nominations were solicited from readers, and each Wednesday in the food section two of them were reviewed, being awarded from 1 to 5 little slanty shanties (crummies) and 1 to 5 whisks, for the obvious. He would have loved 3 Ways... More
Typical American diner type food. Good taste and clean restaurant, but don't expect to be wow'ed in any form or fashion. Convenient to interstate, good service.
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