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Bubba

Donaldsonville, LA

#21 Jan 5, 2013
bigeater wrote:
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Well that is your body and stomach... Do push you stupid crap on everyone else like you do on all of your other posts. You are not the King!
If you want to talk trash you should take the time to check your spelling.

Ole Boy is just voicing his opinion; same as you and everyone else here. He just does it in a manner that does not make him look like a uneducated jerk.
Blue Fog

Baton Rouge, LA

#22 Jan 5, 2013
Chains wrote:
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I would, however prefer to have my burgers dressed and not put it together myself. I think the young owners are open to input..
It's funny that you said that , it's strange what people like and don't like and I was actually talking about the "build your own" style that they do awhile back with them.

I went there tonight, I love the place and apparently others do too. The bar was full and only a few tables were empty.

“Fresh Air”

Since: Jan 11

Saint Francisville

#23 Jan 5, 2013
I like the new name, but I personally think the wings are the best thing they have, followed by the fried catfish. I agree with what one poster said about the salt - I do find the burgers overly salted and the catfish is a little over salted also. I like the atmosphere better than any other place in town and it really has the potential to be a happening place like the Cypress Grill was for a little while. Different folks have different tastes, though. The burgers at Sonny's that one poster considers the best actually need a little seasoning to me, but, as I say, different folks have different tastes. I hope all our local restaurants make it. The people who own/run them certainly work hard and deserve our business if we like the food and the service enough to patronize them. That's the way the world goes 'round.
Best burger I remember

Mandeville, LA

#24 Jan 25, 2013
Does anyone remember Glory B's? Someone needs to get that burger recipe...I promise all the other St. Francisville burgers would be put to shame. I miss that place...
Sure do miss Cypress

Saint Francisville, LA

#25 Jan 27, 2013
I miss Cypress Grill.... Atmosphere was totally different there. All of these other places around here act like they got a stick up there butt.... Have not been to the Ville Grill plan on going soon though since someone commented about catfish. I also miss D'John's.... Shame....
fyi

Saint Francisville, LA

#26 Jan 29, 2013
Sure do miss Cypress wrote:
I miss Cypress Grill.... Atmosphere was totally different there. All of these other places around here act like they got a stick up there butt.... Have not been to the Ville Grill plan on going soon though since someone commented about catfish. I also miss D'John's.... Shame....
Someone bought D'Johns! Hope they do something good with it
BRChiver

Baton Rouge, LA

#27 Feb 3, 2013
Typical SF BS, this is the main reason I moved out of there. Everyone has to gossip and act like they know everything. Thanks to the couple of posters here that actually speak the truth, the others just want to get noticed.
So Silly

Oklahoma City, OK

#28 Feb 3, 2013
BRChiver wrote:
Typical SF BS, this is the main reason I moved out of there. Everyone has to gossip and act like they know everything. Thanks to the couple of posters here that actually speak the truth, the others just want to get noticed.
Where did you move? Do they not have a Topix there? I hardly believe the 10 to 15 posters on here could possibly constitute "everyone" in the whole place.
yum

Oklahoma City, OK

#29 Feb 23, 2013
Sonic burgers are the best in town. Sorry guys.

“Fresh Air”

Since: Jan 11

Saint Francisville

#30 Feb 24, 2013
yum wrote:
Sonic burgers are the best in town. Sorry guys.
I agree Sonic is the best chain burger in town. I was at DaVille Grille Friday night and had their burger. It was less salty than last time and very good. The wings were not as good as the last time, but they have become a secondary item anyhow. The atmosphere was great as was the service and they had a young local duo in live performance. The Louisiana craft beer they had on tap was really good. All in all, a really good experience.
saw

Saint Francisville, LA

#31 Jul 20, 2013
closed - one less choice to eat...
The facts

Baton Rouge, LA

#32 Jul 20, 2013
saw wrote:
closed - one less choice to eat...
No way?! I just ate there and enjoyed it!!
Immecantusee

Eunice, LA

#33 Jul 20, 2013
Seems like a lot is closing.... Oxbow , cozy corner, vile grille, the bakery only lasted a month.
It's not food but even stores are closing like radio shack.
It's sad but being a business owner I completely understand why they are closing. The taxes in this parish are high. The parish does NOT make it easy to have a business.
Immecantusee

Eunice, LA

#34 Jul 21, 2013
Also if the older familys would let the town grow (example:Walmart) our sales taxes will STAY in this parish and eventually would be lower for the other businesses.
The family's that are against Walmart coming in are still driving to Zachary & new roads (when it opens). It would make more sense to let them build one here. It would grow our economy. Woodville, And Jackson people would come here instead of Zachary and Natchez. It would save gas, sales taxes, and CREATE JOBS.
I'm 25 the only reason I have a job is because I own a business... If not for the business I would've left this town a long time ago. There is NOTHING to keep the younger generations here.
Why Lie

United States

#35 Jul 21, 2013
Immecantusee wrote:
Also if the older familys would let the town grow (example:Walmart) our sales taxes will STAY in this parish and eventually would be lower for the other businesses.
The family's that are against Walmart coming in are still driving to Zachary & new roads (when it opens). It would make more sense to let them build one here. It would grow our economy. Woodville, And Jackson people would come here instead of Zachary and Natchez. It would save gas, sales taxes, and CREATE JOBS.
I'm 25 the only reason I have a job is because I own a business... If not for the business I would've left this town a long time ago. There is NOTHING to keep the younger generations here.
You are obviously NOT a business owner. If fact, most of what you posted is wrong and clearly indicates that you're full of "it". Simply put, you're a phoney. Good bye.
Joker

United States

#36 Jul 27, 2013
Man I thought the burgers were great. I had no problem with the service. Owners were nice also.

“Fresh Air”

Since: Jan 11

Saint Francisville

#37 Jul 27, 2013
Joker wrote:
Man I thought the burgers were great. I had no problem with the service. Owners were nice also.
Yes, it's a shame they had to close. I wish somebody would try it again as a sports bar/restaurant.

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