Conveniently located across from Governor's Square Mall, I had the opportunity to dine with friends one evening on a recent visit to Tallahassee. Arriving right as Happy Hour was ending - 6:56 p.m. - Damien H was our server. My two friends and I were quickly seated in the bar area. 2 "Happy Hour" Bacardi and Coke's for me, and a white peach Margarita for each of my friends. Dinner was quickly ordered - 10 piece bone-in chicken wings and a large gourmet five neat pizza. Pizza was great - and only cost $12.98 with the 50 percent off Happy Hour special. Chicken wings were average in taste and were priced 50 percent off at $5.63. Margarita's were a dollar off at $8.50 each and the Bacardi and Coke's were $4.00 each for Happy Hour. I'm a cheap date. Damien was a friendly and polite server, although busy. From my vantage point, he seemed overworked, but he did make it back to our table several times during our visit. Restaurant was busy, but seemingly well run. The hostess quickly seated all guests immediately upon arrival. Plenty of parking and central location on Apalachee Parkway, near downtown Tallahassee. Restrooms were clean and well stocked. I would stop at this particular BJ's Restaurant on a future visit to Tallahassee, but most certainly during Happy Hour for the great specials.William E. Lewis Jr.Vero Beach, Florida.
While in Tallahassee visiting clients and attending classes this week, I had an opportunity to meet a friend at opening time - 6:30 sharp. Busy little Starbucks right from the opening bell. I will probably never return, though. Tight parking, not so friendly staff and not a very clean place. My Venti flat white was correctly made, but my breakfast sandwich was a bit overcooked. Tables were a bit dirty for just a few minutes after opening time and that "not so friendly" atmosphere was present almost immediately upon entering. Maybe it's the college with Florida State University so close by. Maybe the staff at this particular Starbucks are just unfriendly by nature. I'm not sure.With so many other options within seconds of this Tennessee Street Starbucks in Tallahassee, I will choose one of them next time I'm in the area.William E. Lewis Jr.Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
The girl from the bakery with the short hair was very rude and condasending. If im going to pay almost 9 dollars for a slice of cake i would expect decent customer service.
My wife and i went for dinner June 30th for our 33rd wedding anniversary. I ordered the flounder she ordered wings, I didn't care for the fish but didn't want to wast it. BUT this is the great part, the manager said my job is to make you happy and he certainly did, the man was out standing. He bent over backward to make sure i had a great dinning experience. The waitress was fa nominal, i don't normally leave reviews but the folks at forest village Hobbit deserve kudos, that's the way you run a business, Thanks gang we will be back. 5 stars
I love the professionalism and care Catering Concepts gave when hosting my event I would recommend them to anyone
The girl that waited on me needs to do something other than service people. Really bad attitude at the drive window. She acts like I imposed upon her by making an order, no smile, no thank you, nothing. Please hire people who are considerate to your customers, not someone who hates everything.
Good is very dry, no flavor. It all looks and tastes like its a frozen lean cuisine! We had the chicken Yaya (hardly any sauce and was dry) and mederterranian chicken bowl, we ordered hot wings and they came out dry not tossed in wing sauce?
Catering with Care:Best Breakfast in town - friendly owners!
The best curbside service I have ever had. Quick and convenient.
My children and I had a wonderful culinary experience. Our young waiter was very professional, courteous, and attentive. The cuisine is exquisite, the ambiance is just about right: warm, quite, and at the same time joyful, and the decor is elegant, European chic. This will most definitely be one of the restaurants I go to every time I visit Tallahassee. A gem indeed!