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byMayerchow, September 24, 2009
I'm a big fan of Mexican & Tex Mex. Plaza Tapatia provides great atmosphere and excellent service. The food is hot and flavorful! Portions are very fitting. I have frequented the S. Salisbury location and now the N. Salisbury location (former Fudruckers building) makes this favorite eating establishment more convenient for me.

Thanks for opening your newest addition. Good Luck with your latest location.
byMayerchow, March 22, 2009
Chili's is one of the best of the Formulaic Restaurant chains. The food is usally, very good, as is the service.

Although, I do need to personally inject, I dislike the typical waiter/waitress/server behavior shown, in most of these places. I know they're trained to perform, according to research studies.

I just find it offensive, when the wait person, squats down, next to my table to take the order. Or they sit down next to me in the booth. Then there's the rehearsed patter.. ie: "I'm Linda, and I'll be your server tonight, can I offer you a Martini?" It's just a little plastic to me.

Years ago a restaurant experience was just that! It was relaxing but with rules and manners. Because of the "family restaurant" theme, fine dining is really hard to find.

Nuff said!
byMayerchow, March 22, 2009
Let me start by saying 10-15 years ago I lived in the South, mainly Georgia. While there, it was a treat to go to a Sonic Drive in. A while back, when they opened one in Bridgeville, I was thrilled. After it was open a few weeks, we went there and it was an awful experience, on all counts. We kinda' wrote that off as; it was new, they were probably having a problem staffing, etc.

Last week I was on the phone with a friend in the South, and somehow we got on the subject of Sonic. My friend explained that Sonic sells a BLT (bacon, lettuce & tomato sandwich). Ever since the call, I was drooling over the thought of one. So, today we were in the Bridgeville area and decided to give Sonic another try.

If anything, it has gotten worse. The place was filthy. The counter was sticky, and the tables inside appeared to be sticky and basically unclean. One employee was pretending to sweep the floor.

We stared at their menu for about 5 minutes, unable to find anything about a BLT. My wife asked an employee who said "yes, we have BLT's". Then my wife made the mistake of asking "how much does it cost". Naturally, the robotic, fast food employee with a "government school" education, had no idea of the price.

Robotron then turned and asked the price to, who we assumed was the manager. The manager didn't know the price. Just then another robot overheard the conversation and shouted out $3.69.

After about a nano-second of thought and deliberation, we left. Considering that high price for a BLT, and the assumed nastiness of the kitchen (in relation to the rest of the place), we left in a huff.

Sorry Sonic! I don't know what the problem is. I assume it's a franchise operation. If it is, this franchisee AIN'T DOIN THEIR JOB! I'll put my money on that place closing up soon, if it doesn't improve. It's a shame, considering how superior the Sonic Restaurants are in the South!

Maybe one day, they'll get their act together.
byMayerchow, January 28, 2008
Here's the deal, there's not one! Pizza City offers a daily special of a Large with one topping for $8.99. This is good. The Pizza crust is exceptionally good. Again remember, there's no such thing as BAD pizza, there's just better pizza. Pizza City's standard is now, one of my top 3 in Delmarva. We also ordered a Gyro. It too, was very good, but over priced. Just in reviewing the menu, it appears many items are overpriced, so beware. If you just want Pizza, I say YES.. As for other stuff, NO (go shopping).
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