My opinion for Sweetie Pies new location is the business is not ready for events. They have one individual that you contact to make plans to have an event at the new place of business. To contact the event planner you have to call after 1:00 p.m. then you hope they answer the phone without rushing you off. Even though my event isn t until next year, Sweetie Pies is not ready for major functions. I suggest taking your business to someone else first impressions is always a lasting one.
How hard would it be for Robbie or Tim or whoever is running the place, to post there hours of operation ONLINE or leave a recorded message on the restaurant line? You literally have to drive to one of the locations and look at the tacky handmade sign, stuck in the window, to tell a person they are closed and when they will reopen. The phone just rings and as a simple courtesy, leave a recording to tell us the hours!!! Gas is high and so are most of prices. As a fan, I make the trip because the food is good--but don't make me drive out there just to find out your closed!!! Leave a recorded message and get a professional sign made that should reflect that you are running a professional and efficient establishment. Now that I've beaten that dead horse, hopefully you will take my advice.
Went there with 9 brothers and cousins, was not impressed with the food, chicken had little flavor and string beans tasted like they came from a can,mac & Cheese was dry,others in party wasn't impressed as well, very little soul in that food.
I'm a New Orleans native that has relocated to STL after Katrina and I have just now tried this place out. I ordered chicken wings, mac n cheese and green beans. Everything was good except the wings. They were a good size and they give you four whole wings. They looked far better than they tasted. I expected more flavor and they were bland and didn't even taste like salt and pepper were on them. Everything else was good. Cornbread was moist, green beans were seasoned well and the mac n cheese is creamy and cheesy. I enjoyed it the most
I'm only giving it three stars because it doesn't taste any better than what I can make at home myself. I probably wont' go back because it wasn't anything special in my book
I'm with you leolady. i absolutely LOVE their food, so when I bought 10 gift certificates, I was MORTIFIED when my boss and my GRANNY got turned away. Gotta say I was truly pissed. Sweetie Pie's is a stable in St. Louis, and their food is amazing, so they should have NO reason not to honor a coupon that THEY advertised in the first place. Good way to lose loyal customers because I was too embarassed after my friends/family got rejected. 5 stars for the food tho
My sweetie pies discount was not honored by the restaurant. The coupon does not have a cutoff date and it was just purchased this month. I have used other coupons from other restaurants and they have never been rejected. My first bad experience and last visit to this establishment have validated the reasons why I quit patronizing black establishments. Sweetie Pies did not honor the coupon.
(Spend $35 and get $25.00 discount-good gimmick). I will tell all about the customers not being treated fairly because sweetie pies do not honor their own coupons.
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