Wall Street Grill
guest2

United States

#52 Oct 10, 2011
Jess wrote:
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No salt in lemon pepper silly. My six year old would know that ;-) Perhaps you ordered the wrong thing and may need to educate yourself before ordering the wrong thing and blaming the restaurant.
maybe that was the problem, salt instead of lemon pepper seasoning! I'm sure there isn't a salty chicken breast on the menu..silly!:)
Chef Overton

Paris, TN

#53 Dec 16, 2011
wallstreet grill has some of the best food in gibson county and the store very clean. The food is always fresh. I worked for them 3 years and saw one bad flaw and that was screwing the cooks out of a shit load of money on overtime. Its fun to watch the owner get mad and throw a fit cause he thinks he is better then everyone else. I called the labor board on this place with 16 other people because of overtime. Of course the person with all the money wins.
once was enough

Jackson, TN

#54 Dec 26, 2011
I have a great palate and am a trained cook in many ethnic foods specializing in Italian(and no not a chef). I've eaten in some of the best and food slinging establishments in the country. Not all of them have been Ruth's Chris Steakhouse-esque, some were the Joe's Diner types that made their mark.

I was excited to see a progressive restaurant like WSG when we moved here. Then I ate there. From the start I was disappointed. The server should have been working at McD's not serving tables - too young, untrained, and not a clue about the food. Of course if she had told me the chicken parmesan was a stouffers patty, I would've ordered something less difficult to prepare since completing the microwave cycle before pouring on plain bland tomato sauce was more than the cook could handle.

Judging from the outside, patrons expect "a cut above" but could do just as well in the frozen section of Walmart.

To their credit, they have tried to offer something different than the other cheeseburger-steak joints around, they just missed the mark.
Bad Bob

Maryville, TN

#57 May 26, 2012
People....Grow up! This is a business, a profitable successful business, run for the primary benefit of the owners. In business, you save wherever you can, you bone up on labor laws and apply them to your benefit. Portion controlled cups are used to 1) control costs by eliminating waste, and 2) cut down on labor. If a PC hasn't been opened, then it's uncontaminated, and perfectly reusable. That cuts costs and helps keep prices lower. It's a business people, a very successful business. If you are jealous and have the chops then start your own, serve better food, hire and train better employees, show us what you've got!
resident

United States

#58 May 27, 2012
Bad Bob wrote:
People....Grow up! This is a business, a profitable successful business, run for the primary benefit of the owners. In business, you save wherever you can, you bone up on labor laws and apply them to your benefit. Portion controlled cups are used to 1) control costs by eliminating waste, and 2) cut down on labor. If a PC hasn't been opened, then it's uncontaminated, and perfectly reusable. That cuts costs and helps keep prices lower. It's a business people, a very successful business. If you are jealous and have the chops then start your own, serve better food, hire and train better employees, show us what you've got!
Are you in the restaurant business?
monarch

United States

#60 May 27, 2012
resident wrote:
<quoted text>Are you in the restaurant business?
she obviously is!!!!
Bad Bob

Milan, TN

#61 May 27, 2012
resident wrote:
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Are you in the restaurant business?
Yes...and it's a tough business. People often reuse plastic containers. You would be surprised at the cost of pre-packed PC items and the waste involved by customers. Why do you think McDonalds makes you ask for ketchup, dressings, etc and charges for extra's. Why do you think they give you a to-go order at the window with no napkins...to save money. In the business, as much as 80% of pc packs of ketchup for instance are thrown away unopened...that's a lot of nickels! PC cups of sauces cost 15-25 cents each, and 1 ounce packs of dressing can cost 35 cents easily.
Absolutely NOTHING that comes in the door is free, and everything that is consumed or used needs to be paid for in some manner, whether it is incorporated in the cost of an entree or charged for extra.

“Topix Administration”

Since: Aug 09

Palo Alto, Ca

#62 May 30, 2012
Berry Man wrote:
This site works in a weird way...All of the post on here originating from Dyer, and all of the ones promoting Royale burger originating in Dyer, are all from the same IP address. That's not a good way for them to be opening a business.
Please be advised that the location listed is based on the internet provider. It does not necessarily mean (and usually is not) the location of the poster.

Also, the IP address does NOT show, so there is no way you are seeing it.
brenda

East Saint Louis, IL

#63 Jun 6, 2012
I ate there the other night and when I asked for a to go cup they charged me 50 cents for the cup! They probably get an entire case of cups for that price! The steaks are cheaper than Jackson, but a little fatty.

Since: Jun 12

Dyer, TN

#64 Jun 13, 2012
WSG, yes has good food but their service is quite horrible. They have way too many servers and half of them don't even know what they're doing. I ate there and my server asked me what the meal I ate was. That's ridiculous. She didn't know anything about the food. She must have been new.
Jackson

Huron, TN

#65 Jul 7, 2012
We eat at WSG every week to avoid the Jackson crowds and enjoy a nice meal.
Ben

United States

#67 Aug 17, 2012
Ate there last night and had a wonderful meal. Service good, attentive manager, and pleasant atmosphere. Surprised to see this restaurant in such a small town. Enjoyed and will be back if in area again. Thanks
Bad Bob

Johnson City, TN

#72 Sep 29, 2012
Have you tried the Red Door Cafe? Innovative offerings, unique food pairings, all complimented by your favorite coffee beverages. Red Door Cafe is downtown on Main St just 1/2 block east of Regions Bank. Give them a try!
Fatty steaks

Medina, TN

#75 Oct 29, 2012
Fatty steaks are the most expensive cuts of meat. The fat tenderizes the meat naturally. Lean cuts of meat that appear to be tender have been soaked in a chemical called tenderizer. If you are paying a certain price for a drink with free refills, getting a drink to go for .50 is a steal. It seems as though they should be charging full price. Not sure what that complaint was for?
Hey

United States

#76 Oct 29, 2012
Fatty steaks wrote:
<quoted text>Fatty steaks are the most expensive cuts of meat. The fat tenderizes the meat naturally. Lean cuts of meat that appear to be tender have been soaked in a chemical called tenderizer. If you are paying a certain price for a drink with free refills, getting a drink to go for .50 is a steal. It seems as though they should be charging full price. Not sure what that complaint was for?
I about choked when I was told the to-go cup would be $.50!!! I thought the same thing, you can buy a pack for that price! Absolutely ridiculous!!!
tBird

United States

#79 Jan 25, 2013
Chugger wrote:
<quoted text>Who's cheap? Wall Street Grill isn't cheap by any stretch of the imagination. Maybe cheaper than New York City! It's just as cheap to drive to Chili's and I can get a margarita there! Wall Street Grill is ok, but they need a bar right in the center!
Humboldt can do liquor but they won't. We all can probably guess why that is. I agree it would make for more profit the way they charge per shot out of a bottle
of vodka. They do sell beer at the bars. I don't know why the Mexican restaurants refuse to serve margaritas. Probably because of the he say she say in a small town like this! I wouldn't want anybody to see me with a margarita! But I don't really like margaritas anyways...:)
Crex

United States

#80 Jan 25, 2013
Top Mod 8 wrote:
<quoted text>Please be advised that the location listed is based on the internet provider. It does not necessarily mean (and usually is not) the location of the poster.

Also, the IP address does NOT show, so there is no way you are seeing it.
That means we have a hacker on our hands.. D:
At A Boy

Johnson City, TN

#81 Jan 26, 2013
OzzyMan wrote:
<quoted text> Wife and I pass it often, we should give then a try...THANKS
OzzyMan...where did you get off to man? Went by one day and your house was gone...a little Wizard Of Oz Moment there! You doing OK?
Love love love

Medina, TN

#82 Feb 12, 2013
Love new pay at table set up. Hated in past that this upscale establishment still used cash registers.....now if only to progress to mixed drinks
In total agreement

Medina, TN

#83 Feb 14, 2013
Love love love wrote:
Love new pay at table set up. Hated in past that this upscale establishment still used cash registers.....now if only to progress to mixed drinks
I too would rather wait at table for waitstaff to bring me change than to stand in a long line at the cash register. That line could get extremely long, especially on the weekends. I will say a big "hats off" to the management. I travel for a living and frequent hundreds of different establishments. Am always amazed that this little town is home to one of the best places i've visited. Have always admired how a place of this size continuously gives good quality food and service. Have enjoyed watching the growth from a little diner into a major establishment. Nice to see success where so many fail in this hard industry. Bar would be another step up to consider

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