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Old January 18th, 2018, 03:26 PM #21
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If Maggies closed it was within the last week. My wife's uncle is staying in one of our rental units a block a way, and he is in there fairly regularly since he refuses to cook for himself :-)
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Old January 18th, 2018, 03:41 PM #22
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Forbidden City is the best for Chinese I've tried in the area. Check out Stables for steakhouse/bar food. Order whatever the special is and I promise you won't be disappointed. Bullocks is an old-school family style restaurant. Good friend chicken and all you can eat salad bar. Meatloaf on Wednesdays would be my suggestion. We had a really good meal at Thai Classic. Only been in the area 6 months and still working our way through everything.
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Habaneros is awesome. Have yet to have a bad dish there.
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Brick Bridge is good but the place was better when it was "The Quail Ridge Inn"
No longer. It's outstanding as of late. A new outside eating area with a bar opens this spring.
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Old January 20th, 2018, 10:58 PM #25
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No longer. It's outstanding as of late. A new outside eating area with a bar opens this spring.
I might have to visit there again.
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OP here, thanks again for all of the input. We ended up going to Bullocks since my wife wanted to try the fried chicken and we had a fairly tight time constraint. The overall experience was as expected, good old American food and plenty of it. Besides the chicken, we had crabcakes and roast beef. All of it was good.

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Old January 22nd, 2018, 03:20 PM #27
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OP here, thanks again for all of the input. We ended up going to Bullocks since my wife wanted to try the fried chicken and we had a fairly tight time constraint. The overall experience was as expected, good old American food and plenty of it. Besides the chicken, we gad crabcakes and roast beef. All of it was good.

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Did they still have the giant block of cheese on the salad bar?
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Did they still have the giant block of cheese on the salad bar?
I did not see it but that does not mean it was not there. As to other things on the salad bar, the bread was quite good (baked on site?) as was the soup.

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Raphael's on Main Street.
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I was in Bullocks last week, and they still had a block of cheese. looked to be cheddar. a few months back, they had several kinds to pick from.

I believe they bake their own bread, and the salad bar selection is whatever is left over that didn't sell.
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