Willow Bend Country Club

Willow Bend Country Club

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VWc

Fremont, OH

#1 Mar 5, 2012
Food service and quality sucks at night. Long wait for food and half the time it is cold when you get it at night.
member

Van Wert, OH

#2 Mar 5, 2012
ur full of shlt you have to b a member to eat thier or b w/a bussines group,i for one am a member and they have great food n service,you must be from down the the road at mulligans whom have been bad mouthing willow bend for a while now...get a life or join n come on n to see just how fine it is...lol...as you can see from all the cars n the lot alot of people must like it..
member

Van Wert, OH

#3 Mar 5, 2012
if your not a member then u make a reservation and they only serve a couple things each day as they have a monthly menu so there is no way you cold food...or had to wait
read all about it

Ottawa, OH

#4 Mar 5, 2012
Willow Bend provides a very nice product at a very good price. I never have to wait and the service is excellent. If you had a problem just let Nancy or Todd know.
VWc

Fremont, OH

#5 Mar 5, 2012
member wrote:
if your not a member then u make a reservation and they only serve a couple things each day as they have a monthly menu so there is no way you cold food...or had to wait
Yes I am a member of Mulligans. I have ate at Willow Bend with a member and I did not care for the service and food. I am aloud to have my own opinion. Also learn how to spell.
read all about it

Ottawa, OH

#6 Mar 5, 2012
VWc wrote:
<quoted text>
Yes I am a member of Mulligans. I have ate at Willow Bend with a member and I did not care for the service and food. I am aloud to have my own opinion. Also learn how to spell.
Allowed not aloud.

Learn how to spell. That is funny.

“Yay! Yay!”

Since: Feb 12

Location hidden

#7 Mar 5, 2012
Will they let me in if I sometimes go to the Old South and The Bistro?
Just wondering

Van Wert, OH

#8 Mar 5, 2012
I thought Mulligans was open to the public. So how are you a member? Sure don't see too many cars there since that course sold. Wonder what happened because it sure use to be busy when I would go by.
ur an idiot

Mansfield, OH

#9 Mar 5, 2012
member wrote:
ur full of shlt you have to b a member to eat thier or b w/a bussines group,i for one am a member and they have great food n service,you must be from down the the road at mulligans whom have been bad mouthing willow bend for a while now...get a life or join n come on n to see just how fine it is...lol...as you can see from all the cars n the lot alot of people must like it..
It is obvious that you don't have to be able to spell in order to be a member.
to be or not tobedobedo

Van Wert, OH

#10 Mar 5, 2012
YES, yes it was funny...
read all about it wrote:
<quoted text>
Allowed not aloud.
Learn how to spell. That is funny.
sometimer

Enfield, IL

#11 Mar 6, 2012
Willow Bend has great food & service!I think someone just wanted to talk a little trash and seriously why come here to complain!LOL..what did that get you?Next time put your big boy pants on or big girl panties and speak up AT the restaurant when you feel the food isn't of any quality!
about that

Powell, OH

#12 Mar 6, 2012
read all about it wrote:
<quoted text>
Allowed not aloud.
Learn how to spell. That is funny.
Have ate?? Ugh! English people! Basic English.
black Swamp

Van Wert, OH

#13 Mar 6, 2012
don't worry about willow bend folks, our number one goal is to put them out of business. we have better food, better wine and better staff and already are putting the hurts to them.
smalltown

Fort Jennings, OH

#14 Mar 6, 2012
Why think so small town. Isn't there room for more than one or two decent "sit down" restaurants here?
Lissa

Rockford, OH

#15 Mar 6, 2012
omg, laughing so hard right now !!!thank you all!

Since: Jan 12

United States

#16 Mar 6, 2012
I've come to the conclusion that vanwert has its own dialect? They all type spell pronounce and verbalize in the same way and some how understand each other!! AMAIZING!?? I think someone needs to document this phenomenon!
stupid

Mount Vernon, OH

#17 Mar 6, 2012
The language is similar to Ebonics; you have to be part of the culture before you can understand it.
Legend

Pittsburgh, PA

#18 Mar 6, 2012
badurbadur wrote:
I've come to the conclusion that vanwert has its own dialect? They all type spell pronounce and verbalize in the same way and some how understand each other!! AMAIZING!?? I think someone needs to document this phenomenon!
'AMAIZING' or 'AMAZING?''Vanwert' or 'Van Wert?' Were you making a statement or asking a question in your first sentence? Commas needed in the second sentence.

We'll start the documentation on the phenomenon with you and go from there.

Since: Jan 12

United States

#19 Mar 6, 2012
Must be. My soul dies a little every time I read a post. Lol

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