Waitress are rude and obviously don t want to be there. Wanted to sit at a window and was told in a nasty voice I couldn t because I was a party of 1. Foods ok , but not good enough to put up with nasty waitress.
Me and my boys, we all got the same haircut. So we went here to check it out, and the food was really good, but the thing that caught our attention the most was the prices. Dudeguy, they serve huge portions at about 5.00 less than what other restaurants charge with the same taste bro. If you're hungry and only got 5 bucks on yah, go to jimmy's and grab a sandwich and a can of soda for just about that much money. Peace dude-guy-bro-man.
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