Six of us stopped in for breakfast the morning after Thanksgiving. No wait! Service was fast and friendly. Love their breakfast skillet meals at only $8! Service was great, and food was REALLY good!
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Really good food for the most part. Service leaves something to be desired at times. Worlds best coleslaw and vegetable soup. Had the meatloaf for first time. Skip the gravy and use a spot of ketchup instead. I really enjoyed it. Breakfast is excellent here...More
We went for breakfast and were quickly seated. You can tell that this is a place that if full of regular customers. The breakfast was really good and service was quick. The only thing we did not care for was the ketchup. As we were...More
My wife wanted a pork tenderloin sandwich last night, and I immediately thought of the Four Seasons in Greenwood. We enjoy the restaurant every time we go and last night was no exception. The sandwich, the clam chowder, and the service were all good.
We met here for a family get-together on July 4th and I had a yummy bowl of Chicken and Pasta soup and Turkey Manhattan that was excellent. We were seated immediately, the restaurant was quiet, our waitress was prompt taking our order and everything was...More
We have eaten here several times and the food is consistently good. Everything is homemade and fresh. My son loves that he can get breakfast for dinner and my daughter loves the gyros so much that I have to tell her to slow down she...More
My best friend and I stopped here for a meal and our food was delicious! She had beans and cornbread. A huge portion that she had to take half of it home. I tried her cornbread...very good! I ordered the turkey Manhattan. It was just...More
First time visit and our last. Our meals were awful and without flavor (chicken caesar wrap and pork tenderloin sandwich). The broccoli soup was good but all else failed. We try to support establishments in Greenwood, but this (the food) was hard to swallow. I...More
I was very impressed with my food . The choices were endless .I went with fried biscuits with apple butter hashbrowns that were more like fried potatoes. That was even better. Clean restroom. My husband had biscuits and gravy. It was also good full lunch...More
My husband and I eat dinner here frequently, and we are never disappointed. Their homemade soups are great--Tuesdays and Saturdays are my favorite for soups--vegetable and minestrone, but their split pea, lentil, etc. are great too. We usually get the gyros sandwich with soup, but...More