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559 Wiley Parker RdJackson, TN 38305
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This little place has the BEST atmosphere along with some AWESOME food! I recommend everybody eat here. Breakfast, Lunch and Diner.
Excellent BBQ. Outstanding baked beans. Locally owned. Shop local. Very nice people. Very sweet little girl will wait on you.
In the past I gave it 5 stars. Man have things changed. Food was cold, very greasy & to top it off, I found 2 long hairs in my food. Guess that's what happens under new ownership. Also, very poor customer service.
Great food! My co-workers & i love this place for lunch. We get a variety
Don't know what the food tastes, We were given both lunch and dinner menus on our arrival. There were many items and it took awhile to decide, I ordered off the lunch menu and my wife off the dinner menu. Waitress came back and said sorry to burst your bubble we are no longer serving lunch. So we left and ate elsewhere.
great food seasoned just fight,you get more then your moneys worth...best wings in corinth!
The food was cold, the service was horrific, never got one refill, two employees actually got into a loud cursing fight!
.I sent this message to Linda Smith McCulloch, an employee at Ryan's in Corinth. Have you ever heard that the customer is always right? Your dissatisfied coustomer came there with her family. She asked for a discount, because she has a lapband and unable to eat more than a couple of spoons full. People throw away more leftover food than what her stomach could hold. She even presented you with her card from the doctor explaining her situation. You posted that she made a scene. I think you are the one responsible for any confusion. You didn't just lose one customer but her whole family. Check with your supervisor and see if it was worth it. I am a vegetarian and often eat buffet. My bill is always adjusted accordingly. I'm sure others share my concern for your lack of understanding of customers' need.