Ruby Tuesday closed??
hoodwink

Tucker, GA

#1 Dec 8, 2012
Just drove by and saw caution tape around the building and a dump truck out front...
Blah Blah Blah

Dunmor, KY

#2 Dec 8, 2012
hoodwink wrote:
Just drove by and saw caution tape around the building and a dump truck out front...
Good! That place was awful! I thought they closed a long time ago until I heard someone say they ate there earlier this week.
info

Alliance, OH

#3 Dec 8, 2012
hoodwink wrote:
Just drove by and saw caution tape around the building and a dump truck out front...
Saw something on twitter the other day about a fire.
saw it

United States

#4 Dec 8, 2012
There was a small fire in the office last night, will be closed for a few days
John

United States

#5 Dec 8, 2012
I think they will close eventually, there's never any cars there. Ruby Tuesday does worse than Hops. Bowling Green needs some new restsurant chains like they have in Louisville and Nashville.
Blah Blah Blah

Franklin, KY

#6 Dec 8, 2012
Carrabba's!

Since: Sep 12

La Grange, KY

#7 Dec 8, 2012
John wrote:
I think they will close eventually, there's never any cars there. Ruby Tuesday does worse than Hops. Bowling Green needs some new restsurant chains like they have in Louisville and Nashville.
Bowling Green needs more local restaurants. I'm so sick of chains.
How come

Louisville, KY

#8 Dec 8, 2012
CyanCrane wrote:
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Bowling Green needs more local restaurants. I'm so sick of chains.
Because good food that comes with an independently owned restaurant is just so much better than good food that comes from a chain. Seriously, examine that logic.

If the food and service are good enough to justify multiple locations, it's bad????
Blah Blah Blah

Bowling Green, KY

#9 Dec 8, 2012
How come wrote:
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Because good food that comes with an independently owned restaurant is just so much better than good food that comes from a chain. Seriously, examine that logic.
If the food and service are good enough to justify multiple locations, it's bad????
Its unoriginal and tends to be played out. Unfortunately for consumers, our market is very hard to penetrate because of all the fast food chains that can easily out-market the independently owned "Mom & Pop" shops.

Since: Sep 12

La Grange, KY

#10 Dec 8, 2012
How come wrote:
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Because good food that comes with an independently owned restaurant is just so much better than good food that comes from a chain. Seriously, examine that logic.
If the food and service are good enough to justify multiple locations, it's bad????
Most chain restaurants microwave cook a lot of their food. Local restaurants employ better cooks that have some technique. I'm just a little tired of the same shitty food.

Home cafe is a good unique local restaurant. They use local foods and have many menu items you can't find anywhere else in Bowling Green. I just think we could use more places like that. The last thing we need is a Chili's or some other awful chain.
Dee Dee

Elizabethtown, KY

#11 Dec 8, 2012
I love it when a crappy chain like Chili's opens up. All the 20 somethings and middle class that have money but no taste for good food go there and stand in like for that slop. All while I get to go the places that have chefs like Home, 440, On the Bone, Montana Grill, and Molly Malones. It all equals out people!
Capn Truth

Floyds Knobs, IN

#12 Dec 8, 2012
Dee Dee wrote:
I love it when a crappy chain like Chili's opens up. All the 20 somethings and middle class that have money but no taste for good food go there and stand in like for that slop. All while I get to go the places that have chefs like Home, 440, On the Bone, Montana Grill, and Molly Malones. It all equals out people!
Well aren't you special.(You're not, you're a douche bag)
yep

United States

#13 Dec 8, 2012
No. He is special for sure. Special ED.
Dee Dee

Elizabethtown, KY

#14 Dec 9, 2012
Capn Truth wrote:
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Well aren't you special.(You're not, you're a douche bag)
Hey Captain Crunch, they have you some douche bags on the buffet at Ryans.
How come

Louisville, KY

#15 Dec 9, 2012
Blah Blah Blah wrote:
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Its unoriginal and tends to be played out. Unfortunately for consumers, our market is very hard to penetrate because of all the fast food chains that can easily out-market the independently owned "Mom & Pop" shops.
Mom and pop shops around here are a dime a dozen and they open and close with great frequency. The failure rate is so high because they don't generate enough revenue to sustain operations.

It doesn't take a genius to figure out that the way to get money in the register is to offer food and service that's worth the price paid for it.
How come

Louisville, KY

#16 Dec 9, 2012
CyanCrane wrote:
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Most chain restaurants microwave cook a lot of their food. Local restaurants employ better cooks that have some technique.
I don't care about the technique as long as it tastes good.
Home cafe is a good unique local restaurant. They use local foods and have many menu items you can't find anywhere else in Bowling Green. I just think we could use more places like that. The last thing we need is a Chili's or some other awful chain.
We need a Chili's. How do I know? It will pull in more money than Home Cafe. Easily. You foodie hipsters are convinced that your niche tastes aren't niche tastes.
How come

Louisville, KY

#17 Dec 9, 2012
Dee Dee wrote:
I love it when a crappy chain like Chili's opens up. All the 20 somethings and middle class that have money but no taste for good food go there and stand in like for that slop. All while I get to go the places that have chefs like Home, 440, On the Bone, Montana Grill, and Molly Malones. It all equals out people!
Oh boy, a food snob! You get to go eat with other food snobs that no one can stand except for... other food snobs! You guys watch a few episodes of Emeril and you think you're experts. Please.

Since: Sep 12

La Grange, KY

#18 Dec 9, 2012
How come wrote:
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I don't care about the technique as long as it tastes good.
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We need a Chili's. How do I know? It will pull in more money than Home Cafe. Easily. You foodie hipsters are convinced that your niche tastes aren't niche tastes.
It's not called being a foodie hipster. It's called eating healthy. When restaurants use local produce it's fresher and has less preservatives. Why would I go out and pay for food that's been cooked in a microwave when I don't eat like that at home? Many larger cities have more independently owned restaurants. We're too big to be stuck on places like applebees. Sadly we have too many white trash rednecks that love a good frozen, microwaved, well done steak.

You obviously have never been to Home Cafe before. Especially not on burger night. They are probably one of the busiest restaurants for their size.
Shane

Tucker, GA

#19 Dec 9, 2012
I worked there briefly in 2005, anyone still there from that year?
Dee Dee

Lexington, KY

#20 Dec 9, 2012
How come wrote:
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I don't care about the technique as long as it tastes good.
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We need a Chili's. How do I know? It will pull in more money than Home Cafe. Easily. You foodie hipsters are convinced that your niche tastes aren't niche tastes.
And you have watched a few episodes of Gordon Ramsey in Restaurant takeover and you know what it takes to get cash in the register? PUHLEAZ!
Oh, and no I am not a food snob, but I like good food. Not crap out of a bag and full of sodium. If I am going to eat out, I want food made with a passion for food in mind. Not profit. Otherwise, I will eat at home!

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