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Thank you for bringing your franchise to Columbia. I love you — pure, dedicated fan-girl love. I grew up in St. Joseph, Mo., a land where the culinary scene consists of chain restaurants as far as the eye can see. After years of contemplating whether dinner for the night would be Fazoli’s or something extra fancy (in our small-town Missouri experience, at least) like Red Lobster, you came on the scene as something completely new: a consistently enjoyable experience that didn’t leave my teenage, hostess-at-Chili’s wallet completely barren.
I never had trouble convincing friends to accompany me to your wonderful establishment, because your diverse menu offers everything from salmon to steak to sandwiches to “Spasagna,” that lovely hybrid of spaghetti and lasagna. Even chicken and waffles, that bizarre combination that folks seem to get such a craving for, can be found on the menu. The abundance of options under $10 always put a smile on my face. And those honey butter croissants. Those are what dreams are made of.
In all, the food was always fairly quick and delicious, the staff had their act together, and the ambiance was up to par. I have high hopes for the new location opening October 15 at 1010 I-70 Drive Southwest. I’ll be in line pronto, sharing your Texan-brand hospitality with anyone who will join me.
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