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#1 Jun 29, 2013
London. Is getting a cheddar s. and all somerset. Is getting is sub shops
MeLoco

Rossville, GA

#2 Jun 29, 2013
Somerset has a history of not supporting places like cheddars. Pretty much every steak house we've ever had has gone bust. That is the only reason I can figure nothing has come yet.
Someone

North Vernon, IN

#3 Jun 29, 2013
Cheddar's seems to be more drawn towards areas with interstates too. I still wouldn't say it wouldn't be a possibility at some point because of how much they are growing. Pigeon Forge has one now too so you never know.
MeLoco

United States

#4 Jun 29, 2013
I hear that Danville is suppose to get a cheddars.
ha ha ha

United States

#5 Jun 29, 2013
MeLoco wrote:
I hear that Danville is suppose to get a cheddars.
You are correct but richmond doesn't.
Sick

Racine, OH

#6 Jul 1, 2013
Well that sure won't get me to drive to London. Cheddars' food sucks. It's edible, as in it probably won't make you sick, but that's all you can say about it. Their decor with the aquaria is nice.
FIrestonetire

London, KY

#7 Jul 1, 2013
MeLoco wrote:
Somerset has a history of not supporting places like cheddars. Pretty much every steak house we've ever had has gone bust. That is the only reason I can figure nothing has come yet.
I agree - actually Somerset has a history of ruining any business that would come here (renos is a good example) the crop of work ready people here is VERY limited and their manners are severely lacking - that makes customers not want to come back
anonymous user

Scottsburg, IN

#8 Jul 1, 2013
FIrestonetire wrote:
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I agree - actually Somerset has a history of ruining any business that would come here (renos is a good example) the crop of work ready people here is VERY limited and their manners are severely lacking - that makes customers not want to come back
it made me sick to learn of the first waitress hired at renos. There is no workforce to support said restaurants. It's sad but I hate to use that tired ol cliche, they are all on drugs.

“smiling on a cloudy day”

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Since: Jan 09

Shakedown Street

#9 Jul 1, 2013
I always enjoyed Renos, and they stayed packed.

The article the paper did after they closed, interviewing the owner, showed the problem at Renos did not lie with the staff. He had issues.
FIrestonetire

Manchester, KY

#10 Jul 2, 2013
Bronston Man wrote:
I always enjoyed Renos, and they stayed packed.
The article the paper did after they closed, interviewing the owner, showed the problem at Renos did not lie with the staff. He had issues.
yes he may have had issues, but thats when you get a new owner/manager or whatever to make things run smoother.
MeLoco

United States

#11 Jul 2, 2013
I went to renos twice about 2 months apart. Both times the first set of silverware I was given had food particles on them. I can handle water spots but dried leftovers is nasty. The second time I went someone also decided to wear their muck boots in. Don't get me wrong ive had my share of cow dropping on my boots but I don't Wear them to the feeding hole.
Mike

United States

#12 Aug 27, 2013
Looks like it will be opening. Real soon
anonymous user

Bloomington, IN

#13 Aug 27, 2013
Bronston Man wrote:
I always enjoyed Renos, and they stayed packed.
The article the paper did after they closed, interviewing the owner, showed the problem at Renos did not lie with the staff. He had issues.
the service at Reno 's s u c k e d. The management, just as bad.
On Line

United States

#14 Aug 27, 2013
MeLoco wrote:
Somerset has a history of not supporting places like cheddars. Pretty much every steak house we've ever had has gone bust. That is the only reason I can figure nothing has come yet.
There are two differences now, the smoking ban and going wet. Non smokers eat out more, but tend to avoid smoking restaurants. That means more potential business. Going wet means higher profits too.

As to Cheddars itself, I've not been impressed with their food at their other locations. I might give them a try but they'd have to be stellar to pull me away from Sully's. Same with Texas Roadhouse, although Texas Roadhouse is better than Cheddars.

We apparently getting another Mexican restaurant in the old casa grande location...why? Why not a Greek, or Indian restaurant? Let's get some variety
Mark

United States

#15 Aug 27, 2013
How do you know Texas Roadhouse is going to be good. It's not open yet. I give it 2 years and it will be closed. Somerset is still a small town where people don't like a lot of change .
exactly

Pineville, KY

#16 Aug 28, 2013
anonymous user wrote:
<quoted text>the service at Reno 's s u c k e d. The management, just as bad.
I agree 100%, the mgr had drug issues and so did his employee's, how could you expect a place to survive, and don't know if anybody remembers but Reno's already had been in Somerset once before the Burnside slop hse opened, it was where Red Roof Inn is now, when it used to be Holiday Inn, Reno's sprung up every where and closed as quick as they opened, the Lexington one did not last long, it had terrible food as well, there were several others that closed up as well.
exactly

Pineville, KY

#17 Aug 28, 2013
Mark wrote:
How do you know Texas Roadhouse is going to be good. It's not open yet. I give it 2 years and it will be closed. Somerset is still a small town where people don't like a lot of change .
They have a full BAR....lol
Jon Walsh

London, KY

#18 Aug 28, 2013
Mark wrote:
How do you know Texas Roadhouse is going to be good. It's not open yet. I give it 2 years and it will be closed. Somerset is still a small town where people don't like a lot of change .
Texas Roadhouse is good...very good and very reasonable. One thing that people need to be ready for when they open is that they won't be open for lunch. They typically only open for dinner for about the first year then slowly start opening for lunch. I know that sounds crazy and people will be wondering how in the world they can make it only open for dinner but wait and see. A little over 2 years ago when the one in Pikeville opened it was crazy for months. In fact I went there on a Tuesday night in February and it was a 45 minute wait at dinner time. They like to establish good workers and do their food right before they open up at all times of the day. It's a process that works. There company is just 20 years old, starting in IN (corporate office in KY) and today they have 300 are have some international stores as well. They know what they are doing. I think it will be a good addition to Somerset.
japanese

Somerset, KY

#19 Aug 28, 2013
Mark wrote:
How do you know Texas Roadhouse is going to be good. It's not open yet. I give it 2 years and it will be closed. Somerset is still a small town where people don't like a lot of change .
The sushi place has made it two years, and you don't think Texas Roadhouse will?

LOL
Somebody

Somerset, KY

#20 Aug 28, 2013
japanese wrote:
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The sushi place has made it two years, and you don't think Texas Roadhouse will?
LOL
Just because you don't like change, that doesn't mean everyone is that way. I think you're wrong. If you look at what all is going on in Somerset, it all says you're wrong.

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