The first Bob Evans Restaurant opened in 1962 in Rio Grande, Ohio. Today, Bob Evans Restaurants providing homestyle food and friendly service to our ... More
The first Bob Evans Restaurant opened in 1962 in Rio Grande, Ohio. Today, Bob Evans Restaurants providing homestyle food and friendly service to our customers primarily in the East North Central, mid-Atlantic and Southern United States. Bob Evans Restaurants are known for its signature favorites like The Rise & Shine breakfast, sausage gravy 'n biscuits, and turkey and dressing. Also, known for its signature seasonal favorites, Bob Evans Restaurants offers up favorites like chicken salad, Bob Evans Bob-B-Q, pumpkin pie, among many others. Bob Evans has something for everyone at breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Have always had good service, and the food is yummy! Since they've moved locations (and even before that) the restaurant is clean and very inviting. Our food has always been quality and served in a timely manner.
I am not writing a review but I would like to update info on Robyn Byrd's son Landon Brown. Robyn is a waitress at Bob Evans, her 5 year old son Landon is at Childrens with Pneumonia, infection in his blood stream, strep and he has a growth on his lung which they will have to operate to remove. Just thought it would be nice if some of Robyns co-workers and friends at Bob Evans put Landon, Robyn, Vern and family on a prayer chain and keep them all in your thoughts. Landon is currently in room 333 at childrens.
This is by far the worst restaurant i have ever eaten at the food was horrible the manager complained and yelled the whole time at the staff and was very rude i dont know how people can go there eat i was very disgusted by my whole experiance i will never return!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Bob Evans is decent food at a decent value, but their restaurant in Greenville seriously lacks. Of the past four times we visited the Greenville branch, we waited over 25 minutes for our food and sitting down at dirty tables definately wasn't the highlight of the experience. The staff is friendly enough and the food is generally edible, but the wait time is a big issue. I took some associates out to lunch just the other day, threee of us in all, at the end of our hour lunch break, we were still waiting on our food. Of course they gave it to us for free, but the experience definately left a bitter taste in my mouth.