So we took out two grand kids for dinner tonight. First off the waiter said they were out of crayons but did give them eye patches. The 3 yr old ordered pasta with butter sauce w/applesauce side. My husband had bisque soup - I had Hony-Do chicken sandwich. We each had a drink. Thant was all fine. However my other grandson, 7 yrs old, ordered a cheese quesadilla off the regular menu. It was somewhat dark in the covered porch and I didn t notice anything wrong - UNTIL - my grandson asked me what this item was. It was in the sour cream for the quesadilla and it was a bobby pin. I asked for the manager and showed him the item. He said that he could assure me that it did not come from anyone in the kitchen. I said it came from someone who was wearing a hairnet or pinning their hair back and he repeated his previous statement. I had already told him that I was NOT paying for that meal and he needed to replace the meal. He must have thought I was trying to get a free meal as he said that no one in his kitchen wore red bobby pins. Well first off it wasn t red and I knew it didn t come from my family. I showed him the mark in the sour cream from the bobby pin and he got REALLY cocky but asked if we wanted a new plate - WELL HELLO - I guess we would!!! He brought a new plate of food and said he traced the bobby pin to a food handler. I did say that he didn t have to cop the original attidue he gave me and he replied that he KNEW it did not come from the kitchen and it came from a food handler. Well I m not exactly sure what a food handler does but wouldn t they have to get the food from the kitchen?????? Well all finished our meal and it will be a LOOOOOOONG time til we go back again. I m glad it happened to the 7 yr old who was smart enough to ask me - if had been the 3 yr old he might have put it in his mouth. The waiter certainly had a MUCH better attitude than the manager!!!!!
Rating should be zero (0), but I can't enter that low of a rating. I took my family to this place for the very first (and probably the only) time because my little son likes the pirate theme decor on the outside of the restaurant, but we were very disappointed with the menu, the little food that we got, and the outrageous bill. First the menu was not very exciting. It was just average because I think the restaurant makes it up with the ambience (smoky and dark). Second, I ordered the black and blue salad on the menu, but what came out was little compared with what was pictured on the menu. Finally, the food that we got was not worth the total bill. We will definitely not go back to this place again.
My experience at Freddys in belair was terrible I'll never return the manager who is part owner/owners mom runs this place they couldnt make our simple order of wings like we requested and she tried to force us to eat them the way they made them instead of the way we requested this lady is a nut and shouldnt be managing any business after arguing with my wife the manager who is rude and unprofessional did refund our money but told my gf that Freddys is not for everyone and she hopes we never come back (we were regulars) hmmm
Went to Freddies over the weakend and had a great time. The atmosphere made me feel like I was on vacation. We sat outside and let the kids play on the pirate ship while we had some drinks and had several appetizers with friends. The food was great! We had the tuna tempura, wings, nachos and crab fitters (x2)and everything was perfect. All I have to say is thanks for the mini vacation.
I love this place. The crab dip is great and so is the strawberry fields salad. Nothing beats the Grapefruit crush. Been trying to duplicate this drink for 2 months. Still unsuccessful. I really wish they would have music on the weekends like live bands or a dj and dancing.
It you want a good family place to eat Freddies is not it. The food is awful. The bar scene is just that a bar scene. The servers are all young kids that wish they could be anywhere then serving you. Everytime we have gone the food takes forever, the service is awful and this last time was the last. It you want your children around drunks then Freddies is the place.
decided to try for our anniversary, bad mistake. while the wings were good, the drink that was $4+ was the smallest i have ever received in a restaurant for that price. the crab cake was the absolute worst crabcake i have ever had. in MD, a crab cake that was over 50% filler??!!! worst. pasta salad served w/sandwich was awful. waitress never came back to ask how sandwiches were. manager standing at door when we left didn't even acknowledge, let alone ask how our experience was. will never go there again.
Unable to find a website for the Lodge in Hickory MD., I'll vent on this site (same owner). The chicken wings were great. The hamburger was good. The grilled chicken sandwich was over-cooked making it chewy and the french fries were wimpy, soggy and not hot. We doubt that we'll return unless we hear you've changed your cook.
We go there when our grandson visits. He goes and plays with other kids on the equipment and comes back for periodic bites of his bread bowl of soup.
We get to enjoy ourselves! Love that Humdinger burger!
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