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Posted by Yvette on 11/07/2011
tried this restaurant for the first time last week-end (carryout). Ordered sandwiches and bread basket. The Jambalaya sandwich had baby shrimp and processed chicken pieces. The chicken strips looked looked and tasted like it was fried in weeks old grease. The pulled pork sandwich looked and tasted like days old pork and the breads were hard and tasteless. The french fries looked like mcdonalds but tasted worse. The only good thing was the cole slaw.
Posted by Anonymous on 12/21/2010
The bar can be fun, but the crowd is mixed. Happy hour specials are nice. The dining room isn't bad. Try the artichoke dip - it takes awhile to make though. Also the jalepeno honey pulled pork is good. Don't get the club sandwich. Decent prices, good food, nothing that dazzles but it's close by to home so why not?
Posted by Johnny Mack on 09/19/2008
Positives: The food is very good, and authentic as much as transplanted cuisine can be. The prices are reasonable. There's plentiful parking in back. Negatives: During off-hours there's seating. The wait staff is inattentive, if not surly. During on-hours the place becomes a sports bar with a younger crowd being raucous. A long, long wait for seating or even waiting at the bar for a drink. The staff is still surly (our party couldn't even get a long-defunct candle replaced at our table, and even when done, we had to light it but a small thing). That's it: the sum total of those small things make a meal at this restaurant a frustration. Oh yes, the 815 is the only restaurant I've been asked to leave, all because we were mentioning a 10-year-old had lost his money in their inoperable jukebox. Let's put it this way: unless you play the game their way, the staff is downright hostile. This isn't dining, this is gamesmanship.