Out of the way bar and grill with great food and awesome pizza. The menu is basic but everything tastes great. I have ordered the fried chicken several times and it is always very good. Staff offers very good and friendly service.
While working in the area Maggie Mae's was recommended to me.. After eating there three times (One of the few places in town), I would have to say I do not agree with most of the reviews. The Bumble Berry Pie is very good but the rest of the menu and quality is lacking. I received meals any where from bland average to frozen garbage. They pre-portion and freeze the sandwich meet then nuke it to order so you get either frozen centers or mushy over irradiated mush. In all cases it was mostly void of flavor. Oh and a sandwich, soda, and fries was over $10. In fairness I was told their breakfast was the best meal they served but on the day I was there they stopped serving breakfast at 11am. So at 11:05 they would not make breakfast.. Oh yeah the customer service is lacking also..
We used to love Maggie Mae's every time we were in the area. It used to be the best place in the area for breakfast. Wow, did it go down hill fast! Recipes are different. Quality is now poor, service is lacking and prices are higher! I think not. That was our last visit!
We came here for breakfast Saturday morning. Thankfully we were able to get a table right away. Waitress was super sweet and funny. My boyfriend ordered the chicken fried steak and I biscuits and gravy. Now time to wait for our food... And wait... And wait... 45 minutes later breakfast finally arrives. The food was decent but I'm not sure I would go back again.
We couldn't decide between R Place and Sarento's, located just across the street. Tripadvisor rated R Place much higher, so we decided to try it. R Place was small, quiet, and mostly empty. Sarento's was mobbed, with what looked like a hundred cars in the lot. We chose R Place. It wasn't bad, it just wasn't especially good. The owner/chef came out and talked to us a few times to tell us how good his food was. The bread was burnt, and when we asked for some that was less well-done, they looked at us like we were crazy. The minestrone soup was OK, but tasted exactly like Campbell's Vegetarian Vegetable soup. The salad came in a big plastic bowl, like you might serve at a family dinner. The pastas were OK... the sauce tasted like he opened up a can of crushed tomatoes, added salt, and poured it over the pastas. We ate, but wouldn't return.