My co-workers and I have placed several orders for delivery over the past couple of years but this will be my last time. When we received our orders, there was items missing (my sour cream for my skins), and the fries was soggy and some was raw. When we called back, instead of the owner Mohammed informs us that he is too busy to send his driver back out to bring us the skins and sour cream and replace the fries that was raw. He told us that we will give me a credit so that when I come in next time, I can get it. I want the food that I order now, do you think that I will visit this establishment again if you do not correct your mistake immediately, and furthermore, I do not visit this establishment, that is the reason why I get it delivered. Most business owners do not treat customers like they are not human b/c they know the value of having customers come back again and again for their survival but I guess they don't feel that we matter at all. If you make a huge mistake like send out raw food then you should, break your back to correct it. What if the customer gets sick, then they are going to try to fight and say that their food could not make them sick. Please believe that I will never, ever patronize this company again.
These burgers melt in your mouth!Pair them with a full condiment bar (including veggies), great breaded fries and outstanding shakes and desserts and you have the best place to go when you want a burger.
This quaint restaurant offers a southern New American cuisine with menu items that are definitely more appetizing than the very limited menu descriptions. The food is freshly prepared from the chefs, who are visible from the rectangular open window facing the guests tables. The large burger is meaty and bursting with grilled smoky scrumptious flavor. The grilled fish tacos are more pan seared, but are crispy on the edges while still being flaky in the middle. The kosmo salad with stays crisp, due to chefs genius idea to put the perfectly tangy thyme lemon vinagerrete in the bottom of the salad bowl, instead of on the top. Their fully stocked bar consists of beers, wines, bubbly, and spirits. If you like Mezcal, try the Victory Hull, which has a smoky yet not overly sweet flavor. They also offer a few kid menu items and desserts. I would love to see a few more menu items that the chef could prepare. I would definitely give this a 5 if there were a few more sandwich or entree items to choose from.
Three stars are generous considering the food quality in comparison to price. It's a mediocre menu, and the foods are bland. You're paying for the location and ambiance more so than good food. I enjoyed my soup, yet it's hard to go wrong with a bowl of soup. It's the chicken chili soup with a Tex-Mex twist and infused with Asian beer. It's a different combination, but I was satisfied. I had a cocktail, which was good. For the appetizer, I had the potstickers. They were flimsy and very unauthentic tasting, but I finished them off. I've visited this place in the evening; it draws a posh crowd, but the food quality certainly decreases compared to the lunch hour. Overall, this place is cool. I'll probably return to check out the seasonal menu, drinks, and sushi which is go-to. I'm not in a rush for more than said.
One of my favorite places to grab a thick and juicy burger dressed with fresh vegetables and rustic home made sweet potato fries. Menu includes grilled and fried seafood, chicken, and beef entrees, various sandwiches, pastas, grilled pizzas, small plates to share, & kids menu. All ingredients are locally sourced, organic, and never frozen. With several closed rooms (upstairs and in the rear of the restaurant), it's a perfect location for large parties. Chefs also provide specially formulated menus for special events and parties. It also has a large bar with a wide range of wines, bubbly's, domestic and imported beers, freshly infused and regular spirits, and of course house brewed craft beers. The atmosphere is homey and their is even a biegarden (dog friendly) located in the back. In addition to their extensive food and drink menu, they also have seasonally inspired food and drinks. For something different, try their Thai Based Salmon entree or their Coca-Cola Cured Duck.
Love grabbing a table here for a business lunch or a night out on the town. One of the few places that can pull both of them off. Versatile wait staff, willing to give you privacy or the attention you need - whatever your dining pleasure!
The pulled pork is great. Also the sweet potatoes you want to get. I had whiskey beer here is s must try
I hardly know where to begin explaining the dinner we had last night. Our group meets every Friday night at someone's house and we then decide where we want to eat. Sage is often on our list and we have from 6 to 11 people depending on who is around. Last night there were six of us. We had 2 cars and arrived within 2 minutes of each other. Our server was young and very friendly, but when it came time for the bill is where the fun began. We all always get separate checks and there is never a problem. When I got my check, there was a wine charge of $7.00. I had a cosmopolitan. All the other checks had a drink on it that was not ordered. The waiter took them all back to correct. Next I rec'd a check with a $10 Merlot. Others were also incorrect. When I finally got the correct bill, my cosmo was listed as $11.00. My friend's cosmo was $5.00. They told me it was because they got there during happy hour and that's why their drinks were cheaper. We all ordered at the same time and rec'd our drinks at the same time. So my friend, who ordered 2 cosmos had a cheaper bill for 2 than I had for one. They also put a Pinot Noir the 2nd time around on another check. The man who rec'd that bill just went ahead and paid for it. That was a charge of $16.00. The gal who ordered the Pino Noir wound up paying $10.00 for the gentlemen's Merlot. We were then told it was the computer and the server had no control over what was being charged. If there is a glass of wine for $16.00 it should be stated on the menu. Of course the 2 who rec'd happy hour prices were happy, but the rest of us are very annoyed. We all agreed that we will never go back.
Maybe it was a bad night, but we had burgers that were way overdone in the first try and then underdone on the second. Service was good, but the kitchen was meh. It was gross.
Food is great, I love Cracker Barrel but service sucks. Our waiter was very nice but every time we asked for anything extra he'd take forever to come back and whenever he did, he didn't have it and we had to ask him twice for everything, this was when they were not busy at all. Also we got charged for something that we didn't get, told the manager, she said she understood and said she'd take it off, still charged us for it. My boyfriend and I split the meal, we should've paid the same amount, she charged me more than him. I also applied there a bit ago, they were very rude about my hair being an unnatural color. The manager didn't even give me a chance, she walked up to me and said, verbatim "I'm not going to interview you with that hair." I realized that, but she completely blew me off. Extremely rude.