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“Nice supper club”
Review of Tj's Supper Club - CLOSED

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Tj's Supper Club
Price range: US$8 - US$27
Cuisines: American
Description: Dine in our spacious dining room or join us in our comfortable lounge. We have a reputation for delivering great service and exceptional food. Under the same ownership for over nineteen years.
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Description: Dine in our spacious dining room or join us in our comfortable lounge. We have a reputation for delivering great service and exceptional food. Under the same ownership for over nineteen years.
Reviewed 24 July 2012

We ate here then we first came into Hannibal and it was good. They were quite busy as it was a Friday night at 8:30. The drinks are rather overpriced as they are small and watered down but food was good.

1  Thank Dooneyfan
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Reviewed 4 May 2012

This used to be one of the best restaurants in Hannibal, MO. Over the years, the restaurant has really gone downhill. The average amount of time you spend here is at least two hours, that is just for dinner. The wait staff is working hard, I will not slight them that, but it seems very difficult for them to get your order correct or to even take your order at all. My last time dining there, my husband and I waited over an hour between our dinner salads and getting our dinner. We ordered an appetizer and never received it. The experience we had before that, we were left with a stiff bar bill which we didn't order half of the drinks. I will not go back here for dinner.

However, this is a fun place to have a beer and catch a game on the large tvs. The onion rings here are fabulous! Good hot or cold if you end up taking some home. The only down side to this is, there is smoking allowed here, and you leave smelling like an ashtray. The owner, Gayla, is very nice and always checking on her patrons to make sure everything is to thier liking, I just dont like complaining to her she is so nice. So, if you choose to eat here, don't have high expectations from the wait staff. Enjoy at your own risk.

Thank 731StephC
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Reviewed 2 March 2012

We were there on Valentines Day (about 7pm), no reservation, and they got us right in! We had the fliet mignon and it was very good and reasonably priced and we had excellent service too.

1  Thank Maryoke
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Reviewed 21 November 2011

We ate here years ago -- and the prime rib is still exceptional. Overall a
good place for dinner in Hannibal -- mostly local customers. The steaks
are good too, especially the New York strip. On the wine side, the Lohr
cabernet was excellent. The most interesting place to sit is the small
glass enclosed section between the area around the bar and the large
non-smoking section -- but unfortunately it's a smoking section so you
have to take your chances. Also, be careful about directions since the
best route involves an underpass.

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1  Thank weyl-59
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Reviewed 7 September 2011

A colleague and I went to TJ's for lunch and had a bit of difficulty finding the location even though my colleague has lived in Hannibal for several years. It is well away from the downtown historical area, in what appeared to be a residential neighborhood. Nothing special about the ambiance or decor. The atmoshere does remind you a bit of a 1960-70's supper club; tables are placed so you can have a quiet conversation without being overheard.

The selections on the luncheon menu were adequate, although nothing special. The meals came with the usual "sides" which, unfortunately, came in small plastic containers which certainly gave the impression they were not home-made or even freshly made. The fried fish we had was quite decent, however. Portion sizes were a bit on the small side, but that may have been due to "luncheon menu" rather than dinner -- or, at least, I hope so,. TJ's has a bar so you can have a drink although the wine & beer selections were not extensive. The wine list seemed to have a perponderance of Missouri wines.

Service was just average which actually describes the entire experience. For anyone not from Missouri, it will be important to remember that smoking is still allowed in its eating establishments. As a result, TJ's carries with it the unmistakable aroma of tobacco smoke, something which lingered on our clothes after our departure.

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1  Thank anglophile066
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