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Title: Paula Deen's Restaurant Opening Day?
Post by: MCLFLN on May 20, 2019, 08:12:30 AM
Any word on when it will be opening?

Also, anyone ever been to another of her restaurants? If so, what did you think?

https://pauladeensfamilykitchen.com/location/paula-deens-family-kitchen-in-branson-mo/
Title: Re: Paula Deen's Restaurant Opening Day?
Post by: sanddunerider on May 20, 2019, 10:28:59 AM
will be a while yet,  they are working on hiring staff very soon..   But a ways to go on building..

Never have been to one of hers, But seems way overated.
good food is good food
A good Buffet is a good Buffet.

I will continue eating at locally owned places.. Try to keep the money in town.
Title: Re: Paula Deen's Restaurant Opening Day?
Post by: mhguy77 on May 20, 2019, 10:42:07 AM
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will be a while yet,  they are working on hiring staff very soon..   But a ways to go on building..

Never have been to one of hers, But seems way overated.
good food is good food
A good Buffet is a good Buffet.

I will continue eating at locally owned places.. Try to keep the money in town.

I would like to try the restaurant but when looking at the menus from other locations I noted no dinner prices and limited menu choices, less than cracker barrel but same format.  Video from the website makes dining experience (facilities) look very standard almost Ihop, generic look.  We will see, it would be great to have another viable dinner choice.
Title: Re: Paula Deen's Restaurant Opening Day?
Post by: Obviousdramatic on May 20, 2019, 11:31:23 AM
From what I understand, its something like 17.99 a person. You get to choose ONE protein for a table of 4 with 4 (??) sides. Thats it. I believe its all you can eat. NOT a buffet. NOT a menu. It is what it is. I wont eat there. That is a ton of cash for my family. Especially per person.
Title: Re: Paula Deen's Restaurant Opening Day?
Post by: mhguy77 on May 20, 2019, 12:18:18 PM
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From what I understand, its something like 17.99 a person. You get to choose ONE protein for a table of 4 with 4 (??) sides. Thats it. I believe its all you can eat. NOT a buffet. NOT a menu. It is what it is. I wont eat there. That is a ton of cash for my family. Especially per person.

Ouch!  Thats higher than Golden Coral without the selection ( I said nothing about quality).
This is a bitter pill, maybe they will adjust the prices for the area.  I think thats a little high for the off season dont you think?  Maybe catch the tourists but on the landing they have to keep cranking during the winter.  They are going to have a hard time.  I wish them well
Title: Re: Paula Deen's Restaurant Opening Day?
Post by: sanddunerider on May 20, 2019, 04:09:51 PM
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From what I understand, its something like 17.99 a person. You get to choose ONE protein for a table of 4 with 4 (??) sides. Thats it. I believe its all you can eat. NOT a buffet. NOT a menu. It is what it is. I wont eat there. That is a ton of cash for my family. Especially per person.

Ouch!  Thats higher than Golden Coral without the selection ( I said nothing about quality).
This is a bitter pill, maybe they will adjust the prices for the area.  I think thats a little high for the off season dont you think?  Maybe catch the tourists but on the landing they have to keep cranking during the winter.  They are going to have a hard time.  I wish them well


Its a major Corp.  they wont adjust prices according to season, 
they dont care about locals.. 
They are building it at that location to get tourist money.. 
if the locals buy thats ok too..     
The company will get a big shock next jan-march.   LOL
Title: Re: Paula Deen's Restaurant Opening Day?
Post by: Okiebenz on May 20, 2019, 07:44:35 PM
Didn't she get fired from some show due to her racist comments? 
Title: Re: Paula Deen's Restaurant Opening Day?
Post by: MCLFLN on May 20, 2019, 08:47:32 PM
We were just hoping for another dinner location.
Anything new this season that is worth checking out?
Title: Re: Paula Deen's Restaurant Opening Day?
Post by: mhguy77 on May 21, 2019, 07:38:26 AM
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Didn't she get fired from some show due to her racist comments?

For something she said 30-40 years ago apparently.  As far as that goes I say racist things! if you are using the modern barometer to measure that.  In this world of "taking offence" none of us are safe.  I choose to ignore that stuff less I become one of the crowd, a minion.  I am not worried about PC culture.  Paula should worry about her prices but that racist crap is old news.
Title: Re: Paula Deen's Restaurant Opening Day?
Post by: Obviousdramatic on May 21, 2019, 08:16:03 AM
I hear good things about the Mellow Mushroom coming to the Landing. I have never been to any of the locations so I would not know first hand. I am excited to at least try it......unless its a PD cost.
Title: Re: Paula Deen's Restaurant Opening Day?
Post by: mhguy77 on May 21, 2019, 08:38:09 AM
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I hear good things about the Mellow Mushroom coming to the Landing. I have never been to any of the locations so I would not know first hand. I am excited to at least try it......unless its a PD cost.

I was at Mellow Mushroom in Gatlinburg,  I was there during the afternoon and found it to be Pizza Hut like.  The atmosphere seemed to be a little "House of Blues "  with pop art and a groovy vibe.  It may have been more about the beer than the pizza or thats how it felt.  Might be a great little meeting place for Branson.
Title: Re: Paula Deen's Restaurant Opening Day?
Post by: sanddunerider on May 21, 2019, 09:41:36 AM
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I hear good things about the Mellow Mushroom coming to the Landing. I have never been to any of the locations so I would not know first hand. I am excited to at least try it......unless its a PD cost.

I was at Mellow Mushroom in Gatlinburg,  I was there during the afternoon and found it to be Pizza Hut like.  The atmosphere seemed to be a little "House of Blues "  with pop art and a groovy vibe.  It may have been more about the beer than the pizza or thats how it felt.  Might be a great little meeting place for Branson.

MMM...??.  Beer and Pizza, (hold the shrooms please)..  count me in..!!
Title: Re: Paula Deen's Restaurant Opening Day?
Post by: Runner1960 on May 21, 2019, 03:11:37 PM
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I hear good things about the Mellow Mushroom coming to the Landing. I have never been to any of the locations so I would not know first hand. I am excited to at least try it......unless its a PD cost.

I was at Mellow Mushroom in Gatlinburg,  I was there during the afternoon and found it to be Pizza Hut like.  The atmosphere seemed to be a little "House of Blues "  with pop art and a groovy vibe.  It may have been more about the beer than the pizza or thats how it felt.  Might be a great little meeting place for Branson.

MMM...??.  Beer and Pizza, (hold the shrooms please)..  count me in..!!

Mellow mushroom is OK. Nothing extraordinary. Just another pizza chain. Lots of good beer choices though which is good. Ill keep my business at Reeds Springs for Pizza.
Title: Re: Paula Deen's Restaurant Opening Day?
Post by: Swoosh on May 21, 2019, 05:52:54 PM
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From what I understand, its something like 17.99 a person. You get to choose ONE protein for a table of 4 with 4 (??) sides. Thats it. I believe its all you can eat. NOT a buffet. NOT a menu. It is what it is. I wont eat there. That is a ton of cash for my family. Especially per person.

Ouch!  Thats higher than Golden Coral without the selection ( I said nothing about quality).
This is a bitter pill, maybe they will adjust the prices for the area.  I think thats a little high for the off season dont you think?  Maybe catch the tourists but on the landing they have to keep cranking during the winter.  They are going to have a hard time.  I wish them well


Its a major Corp.  they wont adjust prices according to season, 
they dont care about locals.. 
They are building it at that location to get tourist money.. 
if the locals buy thats ok too..     
The company will get a big shock next jan-march.   LOL

Itís called Family Style Dining - think Lamberts.  Also they have a restaurant already in Pigeon Forge so they know what theyíre doing. 
Title: Re: Paula Deen's Restaurant Opening Day?
Post by: Okiebenz on May 21, 2019, 08:03:42 PM
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Didn't she get fired from some show due to her racist comments?

For something she said 30-40 years ago apparently.  As far as that goes I say racist things! if you are using the modern barometer to measure that.  In this world of "taking offence" none of us are safe.  I choose to ignore that stuff less I become one of the crowd, a minion.  I am not worried about PC culture.  Paula should worry about her prices but that racist crap is old news.

yea, well I am sure half of what I say would be considered racist or what not in this day of age.
Title: Re: Paula Deen's Restaurant Opening Day?
Post by: MCLFLN on May 21, 2019, 08:28:54 PM
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I hear good things about the Mellow Mushroom coming to the Landing. I have never been to any of the locations so I would not know first hand. I am excited to at least try it......unless its a PD cost.

I was at Mellow Mushroom in Gatlinburg,  I was there during the afternoon and found it to be Pizza Hut like.  The atmosphere seemed to be a little "House of Blues "  with pop art and a groovy vibe.  It may have been more about the beer than the pizza or thats how it felt.  Might be a great little meeting place for Branson.

MMM...??.  Beer and Pizza, (hold the shrooms please)..  count me in..!!

Mellow mushroom is OK. Nothing extraordinary. Just another pizza chain. Lots of good beer choices though which is good. Ill keep my business at Reeds Springs for Pizza.

Reed Springs is our go to pizza place too
Title: Re: Paula Deen's Restaurant Opening Day?
Post by: Swoosh on May 21, 2019, 10:04:37 PM
When we want pizza in Branson we go to Pizza Ranch
Title: Re: Paula Deen's Restaurant Opening Day?
Post by: mhguy77 on May 22, 2019, 08:27:41 AM
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Itís called Family Style Dining - think Lamberts.  Also they have a restaurant already in Pigeon Forge so they know what theyíre doing.

  I wish them well but by the odds they stand a good chance of folding on the Landing.  Why ?  Look at those that have attempted the same thing. Many chains with more resources and backing have folded before them.   Branson dries up so much its a tough market during the colder months.  I believe they have to feed off the locals to some extent to maintain during the winter, the landing is a tough location for locals. 
Title: Re: Paula Deen's Restaurant Opening Day?
Post by: mrcyclone on May 22, 2019, 02:32:30 PM
ok folks, yes 17.99 is alot of money but, i don't mind paying for good food.  I have eat at the one in Pigeon forge.  each person chooses a protein and two sides and a dessert.  They will refill all of the choices as often as you can eat it.  there is no doggy bags.  So the family style means everyone can share everybody's  choices. 
Title: Re: Paula Deen's Restaurant Opening Day?
Post by: sanddunerider on May 22, 2019, 03:15:59 PM
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Itís called Family Style Dining - think Lamberts.  Also they have a restaurant already in Pigeon Forge so they know what theyíre doing.

  I wish them well but by the odds they stand a good chance of folding on the Landing.  Why ?  Look at those that have attempted the same thing. Many chains with more resources and backing have folded before them.   Branson dries up so much its a tough market during the colder months.  I believe they have to feed off the locals to some extent to maintain during the winter, the landing is a tough location for locals.

^^  Agreed..    Local people will eat at local places in the off season,  IF nothing else becasue it is local, cheaper, and the food probably just as tasty..
Title: Re: Paula Deen's Restaurant Opening Day?
Post by: Runner1960 on May 22, 2019, 03:29:46 PM
ok folks, yes 17.99 is alot of money but, i don't mind paying for good food.  I have eat at the one in Pigeon forge.  each person chooses a protein and two sides and a dessert.  They will refill all of the choices as often as you can eat it.  there is no doggy bags.  So the family style means everyone can share everybody's  choices.

Looks like another eat till you barf place to me. I shy away from these type restaurants, buffets and all you can eat kicks. I'd rather pay 17.99 or whatever it is to a local establishment that prepares fresh food to order. I do not need all you can eat. One plate is enough.
Title: Re: Paula Deen's Restaurant Opening Day?
Post by: sanddunerider on May 22, 2019, 04:21:59 PM
ok folks, yes 17.99 is alot of money but, i don't mind paying for good food.  I have eat at the one in Pigeon forge.  each person chooses a protein and two sides and a dessert.  They will refill all of the choices as often as you can eat it.  there is no doggy bags.  So the family style means everyone can share everybody's  choices.

Looks like another eat till you barf place to me. I shy away from these type restaurants, buffets and all you can eat kicks. I'd rather pay 17.99 or whatever it is to a local establishment that prepares fresh food to order. I do not need all you can eat. One plate is enough.


I tend to agree with you on that,
BUT IF and when I do a buffet I eat at Grand Country Buffet,  But my main reason is they have an awesome salad bar with LOTS of goodies..  that is typically my meal, then i get meat and taters for dessert... :D
Title: Re: Paula Deen's Restaurant Opening Day?
Post by: Swoosh on May 22, 2019, 09:58:53 PM
Letís be honest - most of you wonít be the target demographic, much like you wonít be staying at the Hilton
Title: Re: Paula Deen's Restaurant Opening Day?
Post by: Citydweller84 on May 22, 2019, 10:52:41 PM
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Itís called Family Style Dining - think Lamberts.  Also they have a restaurant already in Pigeon Forge so they know what theyíre doing.

  I wish them well but by the odds they stand a good chance of folding on the Landing.  Why ?  Look at those that have attempted the same thing. Many chains with more resources and backing have folded before them.   Branson dries up so much its a tough market during the colder months.  I believe they have to feed off the locals to some extent to maintain during the winter, the landing is a tough location for locals.

^^  Agreed..    Local people will eat at local places in the off season,  IF nothing else becasue it is local, cheaper, and the food probably just as tasty..

As a local, I can attest to this. I'd much rather go local as often as possible to support those trying to make it around here. Some of my favorites locally are the Hollister Hacienda location, India Clay Oven, Mr. Gilberti's, and Japanese Kitchen. Although the off peak season is the best time to hit the restaurants that cater more towards the tourists since you don't have to fight the crowds and traffic.
Title: Re: Paula Deen's Restaurant Opening Day?
Post by: Okiebenz on May 24, 2019, 06:34:18 PM
When we want pizza in Branson we go to Pizza Ranch

Wow I had never heard of Pizza Ranch over there before.  I will have to try it next time I am there.
Title: Re: Paula Deen's Restaurant Opening Day?
Post by: Okiebenz on May 24, 2019, 06:36:48 PM
Letís be honest - most of you wonít be the target demographic, much like you wonít be staying at the Hilton

Uhhh, I frequently stay at the Hilton or one of the other Hilton properties when I am there.  But that is when I am working.  When it is on my dime I will be staying at the Ozark Valley.
Title: Re: Paula Deen's Restaurant Opening Day?
Post by: Okiebenz on May 24, 2019, 06:39:12 PM
I have always wanted to try the India Clay Oven but never have.  Is it good? 
Title: Re: Paula Deen's Restaurant Opening Day?
Post by: sanddunerider on May 24, 2019, 06:50:57 PM
Letís be honest - most of you wonít be the target demographic, much like you wonít be staying at the Hilton

Your right about that..  If they are relying on my demographic......  They will be closed in 6 months... LOL..

Of course as far as that goes.. If it were up to me,  .. the landing would have been closed years ago. ::)
Title: Re: Paula Deen's Restaurant Opening Day?
Post by: Swoosh on May 24, 2019, 09:49:26 PM
Letís be honest - most of you wonít be the target demographic, much like you wonít be staying at the Hilton

Uhhh, I frequently stay at the Hilton or one of the other Hilton properties when I am there.  But that is when I am working.  When it is on my dime I will be staying at the Ozark Valley.

Pretty much proved my point there.  js
Title: Re: Paula Deen's Restaurant Opening Day?
Post by: mhguy77 on May 24, 2019, 10:21:15 PM
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Quote from: Swoosh on May 22, 2019, 09:58:53 PM
Letís be honest - most of you wonít be the target demographic, much like you wonít be staying at the Hilton

Uhhh, I frequently stay at the Hilton or one of the other Hilton properties when I am there.  But that is when I am working.  When it is on my dime I will be staying at the Ozark Valley.

The target audience was unable to keep many restaurants in business here before, too many to be soaly a operational problem.  The landing does not appeal to a lot of folks and the hotel obviously is not enough.
Title: Re: Paula Deen's Restaurant Opening Day?
Post by: sanddunerider on May 25, 2019, 06:43:51 AM
The target audience was unable to keep many restaurants in business here before, too many to be soaly a operational problem.  The landing does not appeal to a lot of folks and the hotel obviously is not enough.

Good point MH,..
 

There have been many "nice" "quality" restauraunts come and go at the landing.


Many other place also, old chicago comes to mind..   I would go there to eat and partake in an adult beverage from time to time, always like their balcony/porch dining area.  But alas, it didnt make the cut either.
Title: Re: Paula Deen's Restaurant Opening Day?
Post by: Citydweller84 on June 03, 2019, 12:51:29 PM
I have always wanted to try the India Clay Oven but never have.  Is it good?

It is excellent Okie. Its my favorite Indian restaurant that I've been to. Also one of my favorite restaurants overall. Service is really good and so is the food. I usually go for dinner as opposed to the lunch buffet. Little pricey but worth it. Now I need to go back again lol.
Title: Re: Paula Deen's Restaurant Opening Day?
Post by: Okiebenz on June 04, 2019, 08:30:58 PM
I thought about trying the lunch buffet since I have never had indian food before and not sure what to get.
Title: Re: Paula Deen's Restaurant Opening Day?
Post by: Citydweller84 on June 06, 2019, 09:54:02 PM
I thought about trying the lunch buffet since I have never had indian food before and not sure what to get.

Personal recommendation would be either chicken or shrimp korma. Its a little sweeter and not very hot, not that much at ICO is hot since they're a northern Indian style restaurant. Southern Indian will be very hot. Tikka Masala and butter chicken are also favorites of mine.

I haven't had the buffet there before, the Indian buffets I've had before were good but the individual meals are better. But you can't go wrong giving them a try
Title: Re: Paula Deen's Restaurant Opening Day?
Post by: JustGoHogs on September 03, 2019, 10:46:36 AM
Any "A-Listers" on here at the opening?  From what I've seen on FaceBook, it looks like a fun time was had by all.
Title: Re: Paula Deen's Restaurant Opening Day?
Post by: mrcyclone on September 03, 2019, 11:41:41 AM
Its now open!
Title: Re: Paula Deen's Restaurant Opening Day?
Post by: sanddunerider on September 03, 2019, 03:56:47 PM
It sounds to me like if you dont mind spending 30-40 dollars per person, you will like it real well.   

Personally, you wont ever see me there or in the vicinity...  LOL
Title: Re: Paula Deen's Restaurant Opening Day?
Post by: Runner1960 on September 03, 2019, 05:06:55 PM
It sounds to me like if you dont mind spending 30-40 dollars per person, you will like it real well.   

Personally, you wont ever see me there or in the vicinity...  LOL

If it's cooking like the TV show with tons of butter and added fat. Me either.  But, I tend to avoid all chain restaurants.
Title: Re: Paula Deen's Restaurant Opening Day?
Post by: Swoosh on September 03, 2019, 07:25:29 PM
It sounds to me like if you dont mind spending 30-40 dollars per person, you will like it real well.   

Personally, you wont ever see me there or in the vicinity...  LOL

If it's cooking like the TV show with tons of butter and added fat. Me either.  But, I tend to avoid all chain restaurants.

Iíd have a hard time calling this a chain restaurant.  Boutique restaurant? That might be a better description
Title: Re: Paula Deen's Restaurant Opening Day?
Post by: Runner1960 on September 04, 2019, 02:44:31 PM
It sounds to me like if you dont mind spending 30-40 dollars per person, you will like it real well.   

Personally, you wont ever see me there or in the vicinity...  LOL

If it's cooking like the TV show with tons of butter and added fat. Me either.  But, I tend to avoid all chain restaurants.




Iíd have a hard time calling this a chain restaurant.  Boutique restaurant? That might be a better description

I would call it a chain. Pretty sure its like Margaritaville. Run by a outside company and she gets royalties. There were several more locations a couple years ago before they folded up in Texas.
Title: Re: Paula Deen's Restaurant Opening Day?
Post by: Swoosh on September 04, 2019, 07:28:56 PM
Thereís only 6 locations and theyíre all in tourist areas.  Branson, Pigeon Forge, Myrtle Beach and Gulf Shores. 
Boutique Restaurant it is. 
Title: Re: Paula Deen's Restaurant Opening Day?
Post by: sanddunerider on September 04, 2019, 08:01:15 PM
Thereís only 6 locations and theyíre all in tourist areas.  Branson, Pigeon Forge, Myrtle Beach and Gulf Shores. 
Boutique Restaurant it is.

And that fact, should tell you all you need to know about that organization...
Title: Re: Paula Deen's Restaurant Opening Day?
Post by: Okiebenz on September 05, 2019, 04:29:42 PM
I am currently in Branson for an overnight business trip and will be hitting the city for a couple of hours tomorrow morning.  I think I am going to head down and give this Paula Deen's a try since I will be using the company credit card.
Title: Re: Paula Deen's Restaurant Opening Day?
Post by: Gilligan on September 05, 2019, 05:51:37 PM
Letís be honest - most of you wonít be the target demographic, much like you wonít be staying at the Hilton

Uhhh, I frequently stay at the Hilton or one of the other Hilton properties when I am there.  But that is when I am working.  When it is on my dime I will be staying at the Ozark Valley.

Yup, I stayed at the Hilton in Salt Lake City and Montana last week.  :)
Title: Re: Paula Deen's Restaurant Opening Day?
Post by: Okiebenz on September 05, 2019, 06:44:50 PM
I was at the Hilton Anatole last week in Dallas for 2 days.

Anyway on to Paula Deen.  Just got back to the hotel after eating there.  We arrived at around 5:15 and the place was busy but not packed like I would suspect it would be on a weekend.  We were seated in about 20 minutes.  Food was decent but not breathtaking.  We ordered the meatloaf, chicken and dumplins, and the catfish with mashed potatoes, green beans, yams, and broccoli casserole.  The meatloaf was good.  dumplins were OK, catfish was ok but kind of soggy.  The sides were good except for the broccoli, it was mostly huge stems where were very hard and undercooked.  Very little greenery.  The menu said nothing about drink prices so I assumed it came with it.  We had tea and when the bill came it turns out drinks are $3.50.  WOW.  Bill after $9 tip was $67 for 2 people.  Sure glad it was a business dinner and I was not paying.  I can now say I have been there and have no need to go back.
Title: Re: Paula Deen's Restaurant Opening Day?
Post by: sanddunerider on September 05, 2019, 07:13:06 PM
I was at the Hilton Anatole last week in Dallas for 2 days.

Anyway on to Paula Deen.  Just got back to the hotel after eating there.  We arrived at around 5:15 and the place was busy but not packed like I would suspect it would be on a weekend.  We were seated in about 20 minutes.  Food was decent but not breathtaking.  We ordered the meatloaf, chicken and dumplins, and the catfish with mashed potatoes, green beans, yams, and broccoli casserole.  The meatloaf was good.  dumplins were OK, catfish was ok but kind of soggy.  The sides were good except for the broccoli, it was mostly huge stems where were very hard and undercooked.  Very little greenery.  The menu said nothing about drink prices so I assumed it came with it.  We had tea and when the bill came it turns out drinks are $3.50.  WOW.  Bill after $9 tip was $67 for 2 people.  Sure glad it was a business dinner and I was not paying.  I can now say I have been there and have no need to go back.


that's what i have been hearing...    HEY!!  what about dessert?  take any home..!?
Title: Re: Paula Deen's Restaurant Opening Day?
Post by: sdcfan88 on September 05, 2019, 10:57:45 PM
Yeah you are paying for the name.
Title: Re: Paula Deen's Restaurant Opening Day?
Post by: Okiebenz on September 06, 2019, 08:47:51 AM
Yea, all the meals come with desert.  I got the chocolate cake which I took back to the hotel and ate later.  BTW, they have nothing to go, so if you have food leftover you can't take it with you, it gets thrown away.  They do not even have to go cups to take with you after spending $3.50 on a drink.  If you do go, get water.
Title: Re: Paula Deen's Restaurant Opening Day?
Post by: Swoosh on September 08, 2019, 05:58:16 PM
Yea, all the meals come with desert.  I got the chocolate cake which I took back to the hotel and ate later.  BTW, they have nothing to go, so if you have food leftover you can't take it with you, it gets thrown away.  They do not even have to go cups to take with you after spending $3.50 on a drink.  If you do go, get water.

Well this IS an upscale dining restaurant, not a chain restaurant.  Very few (if any) upscale dining restaurants have "doggie bags" and "to-go cups"
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Post by: biscuitcreek on September 09, 2019, 07:36:35 AM
Yea, all the meals come with desert.  I got the chocolate cake which I took back to the hotel and ate later.  BTW, they have nothing to go, so if you have food leftover you can't take it with you, it gets thrown away.  They do not even have to go cups to take with you after spending $3.50 on a drink.  If you do go, get water.

If there are no to go boxes how did you take the cake back to the hotel? Did they have paper napkins?
Title: Re: Paula Deen's Restaurant Opening Day?
Post by: Okiebenz on September 29, 2019, 04:26:28 PM
They let you take the cake to go.