Uh, it was called Murder Kroger long before 2002. Just for the record.
Guy, I certainly hope so. The only time I tried eating at your establishment, my friend and I were seated, waited for 15 minutes and left with zero acknowledgement. Turned me off from trying your food.
I don't think the point of the post was necessarily to complain about the food (though good nachos probably would've softened the blow), I think the point of Cliff's post was to highlight the questionable service he received. And service should be at least, um, serviceable regardless of the type of establishment.
What did you think of the crowd there? They don't ever seem like Grant Park 'hoodies. Hell, they don't even seem like they from in the perimeter. The crowd seems like they were airlifted from Adairsville and dropped into Grant Park.
Have either of you previous posters actually read the thread?
BTW, went here on Sat. for lunch and, thought the lights were on, nobody was literally home. Were they open or not? I ended up grabbing a burger at Grindhouse.
"OK, the truth is that I weaned myself off Popeyes by eating at Zocalo. Now what? ..."
Now what? Well, Popeye's is open again, that's what!
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