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hungry

United States

#1 Jan 27, 2010
Tell me how Happy Days is?
the otherguy

Crockett, TX

#2 Jan 27, 2010
ITs ok
carhop

Elizabethtown, KY

#3 Jan 27, 2010
hungry wrote:
Tell me how Happy Days is?
Do a little digging on here and you will find an entire thread on the subject with reviews good and bad.
been there

Big Clifty, KY

#4 Jan 27, 2010
carhop wrote:
<quoted text>Do a little digging on here and you will find an entire thread on the subject with reviews good and bad.
my wife and I ate breakfast the other morning for 18.00. It was a little high I thought.
concerned

Franklin, TN

#5 Jan 27, 2010
been there wrote:
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my wife and I ate breakfast the other morning for 18.00. It was a little high I thought.
What did you have?
very good

Grapeland, TX

#6 Jan 27, 2010
We have had lunch there seveal times very good . It was cooked fresh and served hot . This I like. Once we had Happy day burgers and thay came with fries an dill spear very good nice juicy burger. We had BLT once came with fries an dill spear was very good not stingy with bacon. We had the Grilled pimento Cheese ... Also had the cinnaon sticks fired yummy . Going try pie next . Friend had pancakes said they were very good
It is such nice place for down town glad to see the 2 resturants there.
Alisha

Doniphan, MO

#7 Jan 28, 2010
The food was good and at a dscent price. They have messed my order up both times that i have been there. The last time i went, the waitress took my dessert order, left for 15 minutes and then came and asked us if we wanted the check. She didn't even acknowledge that she forgot the dessert or anything. And then 10 more minutes she finally brought the check. I don't plan on going back!
duh

Quitman, AR

#8 Jan 28, 2010
The only way you can walk out of happy days with your bill fold still in tact, is to buy the daily special for lunch. $3.00 hot dogs and $18.00 breakfast is an out of this world high price. Hell you can buy a whole pack of hot dogs for less than $3.00 just guessing but im sure you get the point.
frank

Russell Springs, KY

#9 Jan 28, 2010
ate there last week. good food but yes it was a little pricey.
Mary lou Sullivan

United States

#11 Jan 28, 2010
i love their food.
Liberal and Proud

Bolivar, MO

#12 Jan 28, 2010
I had the reuben special on Monday. The sandwich with freshly made chips, a dill pickle spear, and 2 glasses of cherry coke were less expensive than the reuben sandwich with fries and a coke at Arby's.
not impressed

Elizabethtown, KY

#13 Jan 28, 2010
I was guilty of eating there once. Average food with upscale prices. I can eat better food at Cracker Barrel for less money and park a lot closer to the door.
Liberal and Proud

Bolivar, MO

#16 Jan 29, 2010
not impressed wrote:
I was guilty of eating there once. Average food with upscale prices. I can eat better food at Cracker Barrel for less money and park a lot closer to the door.
And how far do you have to drive to get to the nearest Cracker Barrel?
You are not going to get a Cracker Barrel in Campbellsville, so comparing Happy Days to Cracker Barrel is absurd.
I, too, like Cracker Barrel, but that won't stop me from going to Happy Days.
Rick

Elizabethtown, KY

#17 Jan 29, 2010
not impressed wrote:
I was guilty of eating there once. Average food with upscale prices. I can eat better food at Cracker Barrel for less money and park a lot closer to the door.
Not around here !
not impressed

Elizabethtown, KY

#18 Jan 29, 2010
Liberal and Proud wrote:
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And how far do you have to drive to get to the nearest Cracker Barrel?
You are not going to get a Cracker Barrel in Campbellsville, so comparing Happy Days to Cracker Barrel is absurd.
I, too, like Cracker Barrel, but that won't stop me from going to Happy Days.
Point being if they are going to charge premium prices the food should be up to par with it and from what I've seen it's not even close.
Liberal and Proud

Bolivar, MO

#19 Jan 29, 2010
Actually, for a full dinner, Happy Days is cheaper than fast food joints.
spose

Elizabethtown, KY

#20 Jan 29, 2010
I had been told that the hot brown was excellent. We (4 of us) went about 8ish on a Saturday night. I am sorry to say the hot brown was just not very good. I am thinking it was because we were later in the evenig. At any rate I believe I will give tham another shot. The place is really neat and I love the music. I really want it to be good so I'll give it another chance.
Liberal and Proud

Bolivar, MO

#21 Jan 29, 2010
spose wrote:
I had been told that the hot brown was excellent. We (4 of us) went about 8ish on a Saturday night. I am sorry to say the hot brown was just not very good. I am thinking it was because we were later in the evenig. At any rate I believe I will give tham another shot. The place is really neat and I love the music. I really want it to be good so I'll give it another chance.
I ate the Hot Brown earlier on a different day, it wasn't as good as the one I had in Louisville, but I know we can offer suggestions. But where else in C'ville can you buy a hot brown?
Alisha

Leitchfield, KY

#22 Feb 6, 2010
Liberal and Proud...

It seems that either you eat there a lot, or maybe you own the place. If no one can notice that, then, well...You get the point. Who cares if people don't like Happy Days. Little Philly is much better. Service, quality, and prices!!! I will never be back in Happy Days. It never makes my days Happy!!
Wont be back

Elizabethtown, KY

#23 Feb 6, 2010
I ate there today and it wasnt what everyone made it out to be.The service sucked and so did the food.The buns were so hard you couldnt eat them.Im sure everyone has had a different expierence there but this is just my opinion of that place.I wont ever be back there,its high not to be any better than it is.

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