About this Business
- Sandwiches, American, Cafe, Soup, Subs
The wait for food is always agonizingly slow. And the staff always seems like they are confused or just being trained. I ordered 20 minutes ago...still no food. I wish I could say this is the first time this happened. Will I never learn?
I thought it was over priced, and the service wasn't great. I won't go back.
Would love to see one in the Eastgate area with a kids theme. For the longest time my wife and I have been trying to find somewhere to take our children where they can have fun interacting instead of playing games. Good example is Rain Forest Cafe. Kids are able to have a great time with visual distractions and are not consumed by the playing games.
I can't wait to try all the options.
Great staff and general manager delivered great service with a smile.
Thanks for a great dinner! Quick and easy to redeem the groupon.
Staff is always friendly and helpful, food is always good and served hot and quick.
Taking grilled cheese to the extreme - very good!
Went to the Newport location on Sunday it was quite busy however the staff was friendly and really moving quickly to make certain patrons had a positive experience.
From Our Editors
Tom + Chee co-owners chef Trew Quackenbush and Corey Ward are revolutionizing the grilled-cheese sandwich every day. What once was two slabs of boring bread and a simple, stupid slice of cheese has been reinvented by their kitchen, which churns out a menu of gooey sandwiches mentioned by the Today show and feasted upon by Man v. Food’s Adam Richman. Most famous for a sandwich that combines glazed donuts, the eatery also fills an assortment of breads with gourmet cheeses such as brie and smoked gouda, crunchy potato chips, and cherry peppers. They recommend sandwiches always be dipped, which is why chefs tirelessly ladle bowls of tomato-based soups from bubbling pots all day long.
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