Mellow Mushroom sucks
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Pizza Man

United States

#1 May 25, 2012
That place sucks, Lost River is so much better. What up with all the dumb looking kids at Mellow Mushroom. Looks like you just came in out of some gutter.
no fan of mellow mushroom

Canton, OH

#2 May 25, 2012
I went to the one in Florida and it sucked too! It just seems to me that bg is so behind in restaurants that they're just grasping at straws trying to find something people like!! Well heres an idea don't build yet another fu*cking pizza /sub place!!!! We already have like a thousand! Here!! We need a comfort food place with huge burgers a variety of different style foods ranging from Mexican to American. To cajun!! It's a no brainer we as humans like different style food!! And yes the people who work there look retarded! And the hostess looks like a hoe-stess i think that's what they want is to have vd/stds going around the new restaurant!!"
ha

United States

#3 May 25, 2012
no fan of mellow mushroom wrote:
I went to the one in Florida and it sucked too! It just seems to me that bg is so behind in restaurants that they're just grasping at straws trying to find something people like!! Well heres an idea don't build yet another fu*cking pizza /sub place!!!! We already have like a thousand! Here!! We need a comfort food place with huge burgers a variety of different style foods ranging from Mexican to American. To cajun!! It's a no brainer we as humans like different style food!! And yes the people who work there look retarded! And the hostess looks like a hoe-stess i think that's what they want is to have vd/stds going around the new restaurant!!"
I couldn't agree more. I'm tired of the lack of variety in this town. Most stuff here can be found anywhere else...

The perplexing thing though is that bowling green apparently has a very abnormally high amount of restaurants per capita....yet it's all the same places.

We need more diverse places...and less restaurant chains. More independent places with original ideas will do this town good.
Passerby

Bowling Green, KY

#4 May 25, 2012
Nice idea, "ha"... Now if you'd limit your business to locals maybe they'd actually succeed. As it is, BG clientele has a hard time getting with the indie business program. Quit bitching and open your restaurant already.
Opinion

Bowling Green, KY

#5 May 25, 2012
I agree. I don't think it's very good either. I have eaten at a Mellow Mushroom in other states & they were delicious.
You Said That

Sebring, OH

#6 May 25, 2012
Pizza Man wrote:
Mellow Mushroom sucks
Well, they don't have much nice to say about you, either.
Jiffy

Bowling Green, KY

#8 May 25, 2012
I agree
R u kidding

Canton, OH

#9 May 25, 2012
ha wrote:
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I couldn't agree more. I'm tired of the lack of variety in this town. Most stuff here can be found anywhere else...
The perplexing thing though is that bowling green apparently has a very abnormally high amount of restaurants per capita....yet it's all the same places.
We need more diverse places...and less restaurant chains. More independent places with original ideas will do this town good.
BG has more restaurants per person than any city east of the Mississippi River! Get out and find them. There is Thai, Mexican, Chinese, Japanese, American, Barbecue, Mediterranean, ma and pa restaurants galore, steakhouses, burger joints, etc. The Mellow Mushroom here may not be that great, but to say BG doesn't have variety?! It's just statistically inaccurate.
You Said That

Sebring, OH

#10 May 25, 2012
R u kidding wrote:
BG has more restaurants per person than any city east of the Mississippi River! Get out and find them. There is Thai, Mexican, Chinese, Japanese, American, Barbecue, Mediterranean, ma and pa restaurants galore, steakhouses, burger joints, etc. The Mellow Mushroom here may not be that great, but to say BG doesn't have variety?! It's just statistically inaccurate.
Just wish we had a good German eatery.
ha

United States

#11 May 25, 2012
You Said That wrote:
<quoted text>Just wish we had a good German eatery.
I can get into that.
ha

United States

#12 May 25, 2012
R u kidding wrote:
<quoted text>BG has more restaurants per person than any city east of the Mississippi River! Get out and find them. There is Thai, Mexican, Chinese, Japanese, American, Barbecue, Mediterranean, ma and pa restaurants galore, steakhouses, burger joints, etc. The Mellow Mushroom here may not be that great, but to say BG doesn't have variety?! It's just statistically inaccurate.
I'm disagreeing with you here bc while we have watered down Chinese, Japanese and one or two decent mexican restaurants, I'm tired of the same old flavors. So I don't think we have variety. And I states earlier, it's all stuff that can be found elsewhere. I want good Indian food, a good Thai restaurant (though I havent tried Thai Thai yet), maybe Ethiopian, good sit down Chinese (not a buffet). We have a few decent sushi places, and all of the American food restaurants are just typical. Who are these "mom and pop" places you speak of?

I know there are a few but I wouldn't put them all in the "good" category. So I say no variety cause we are flooded with the same things. They just keep multiplying. I'm not picky. I'm just tired of everything tasting the same. I can go to any restaurant here and there will be 3 or 4 exactly like it.

There is a list of maybe 6 places in town that I haven't grown completely tired of.
on the square

Bowling Green, KY

#13 May 27, 2012
ha wrote:
<quoted text>I'm disagreeing with you here bc while we have watered down Chinese, Japanese and one or two decent mexican restaurants, I'm tired of the same old flavors. So I don't think we have variety. And I states earlier, it's all stuff that can be found elsewhere. I want good Indian food, a good Thai restaurant (though I havent tried Thai Thai yet), maybe Ethiopian, good sit down Chinese (not a buffet). We have a few decent sushi places, and all of the American food restaurants are just typical. Who are these "mom and pop" places you speak of?

I know there are a few but I wouldn't put them all in the "good" category. So I say no variety cause we are flooded with the same things. They just keep multiplying. I'm not picky. I'm just tired of everything tasting the same. I can go to any restaurant here and there will be 3 or 4 exactly like it.

There is a list of maybe 6 places in town that I haven't grown completely tired of.
You should try The Twisted Tap, best food in BG, IMO
ha

Ft Mitchell, KY

#14 May 27, 2012
on the square wrote:
<quoted text>You should try The Twisted Tap, best food in BG, IMO
I've only had the beer thus far.
well

Lafayette, TN

#15 May 27, 2012
you could quit being fatties and cook good food at home. This way you wouldnt be broke all the time from eating out, and could stay in shape. Just a thought...so many fatties in BG...makes my eyes burn.
Join us

Orlando, FL

#16 May 27, 2012
I guess it's what u like lost river was a one time deal I wouldn't waste my money again but mellow mushroom was great eat there twice and love it money has nothing to do with it if it's good and there's is great!!!
Neither here nor there

Bowling Green, KY

#17 May 27, 2012
Join us and become tree huggin, Left Wing, socialists and be forced to eat corporate chain food that is the same no matter where in the United States you are. I'll stick with locally owned and operated places with great food and Atmosphere while not having to worry about catching a second hand buzz from my server or the cooks that prepare the food
And yes I know that it is locally owned but they still are forced to abide by restrictions nd pay royalties. It amazes me that people want to dog a locally owned place like Lost River but claim to only sponsor home grown establishments. Didn't your president get you into the Grass Roots movement. Why give money to corporate America as in Mellow Mushroom.
And btw they won some local, regional and national accolades recently with their pizza so if you went when they first opened then I suggest you give it another try because you are missing out. So why don't you "join us".
fan

Bowling Green, KY

#18 May 27, 2012
Neither here nor there wrote:
Join us and become tree huggin, Left Wing, socialists and be forced to eat corporate chain food that is the same no matter where in the United States you are. I'll stick with locally owned and operated places with great food and Atmosphere while not having to worry about catching a second hand buzz from my server or the cooks that prepare the food
And yes I know that it is locally owned but they still are forced to abide by restrictions nd pay royalties. It amazes me that people want to dog a locally owned place like Lost River but claim to only sponsor home grown establishments. Didn't your president get you into the Grass Roots movement. Why give money to corporate America as in Mellow Mushroom.
And btw they won some local, regional and national accolades recently with their pizza so if you went when they first opened then I suggest you give it another try because you are missing out. So why don't you "join us".
I've been to mellow mushroom four times and loved it each time.

Been to lost river pizza twice and it was horrible food, prices and service both times.

Prolly been to mister bs eight times, with the exception of one time, it's always been perfect.
Well

Bowling Green, KY

#19 May 27, 2012
My daughter dislikes it. She says the macaroni and cheese tastes like dirt.
something different

Smiths Grove, KY

#20 May 27, 2012
Have you heard of the new place opening on Nashville Rd besides Dunkin Donuts? Fry Daddys? Locally owned and opening sometime in July.
MadeinAmerica

Canton, OH

#21 May 27, 2012
ha wrote:
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I'm disagreeing with you here bc while we have watered down Chinese, Japanese and one or two decent mexican restaurants, I'm tired of the same old flavors. So I don't think we have variety. And I states earlier, it's all stuff that can be found elsewhere. I want good Indian food, a good Thai restaurant (though I havent tried Thai Thai yet), maybe Ethiopian, good sit down Chinese (not a buffet). We have a few decent sushi places, and all of the American food restaurants are just typical. Who are these "mom and pop" places you speak of?
I know there are a few but I wouldn't put them all in the "good" category. So I say no variety cause we are flooded with the same things. They just keep multiplying. I'm not picky. I'm just tired of everything tasting the same. I can go to any restaurant here and there will be 3 or 4 exactly like it.
There is a list of maybe 6 places in town that I haven't grown completely tired of.
Taj palace for Indian food (talk out is better there). Ethiopian is okay to me, but not worth ever having twice. Thai Thai and Thai express are pretty good to me if you know what to order. Spencer's serves way more than coffee and are locally owned. There is TeaSquares downtown, Tapas, a Mediterranean place (but I can't remember the name), Shake Rag, Split Tree Barbecue, Griff's is different, there is a new little place near the new Chinese Buffet in the same parking lot with El Matzatlan. These places don't advertise with massive signs or commercials. You have to find them.
Sit down Chinese restaurants offer exactly what is on the buffets and what is authentic on them is left on the buffets untouched. I have a circle of restaurants that I like myself, but I think we need a Carrabbas. Real Italian would be awesome. No, Olive Garden is NOT real Italian and way too salty.

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