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Max and Erma's Compliment - Great! - Dinner

Review by eustaciavye on 2006-06-28
DUNWOODY, GEORGIA -- With prices comparable to restaurants like Applebee's, Ruby Tuesday's, and TGIFridays, I was surprised by Max and Erma's. I encountered them first in Columbus and liked them enough. But a few years later, having spent a good amount of time in chain restaurants with friends, I started to hate the prepackaged food and horrible service that come with a restaurant that has television commercials. So when my boyfriend saw a Max and Erma's (Dunwoody, GA), I hesitated before agreeing. I was shocked by how great everything was. The service is excellent- always there when needed but never hovering and bothering you. The menu is huge and has imaginative items. And the food is cooked there, not just reheated (I have a long story about receiving my Applebee's vegetables in a bag on my plate). I've been there 3 times since we first found it and I always leave happy. I surprise myself, because I am generally an independent restaurant snob, but when my boyfriend asks where I want to go, I shout out "MAx and Erma's!" Even if you hate things like Chili's and the like, you need to try Max and Erma's if you have one in your city.
Comments:4 Replies - Latest reply on 2006-06-28
Posted by Sparticus on 2006-06-28:
Thanks for the review. I've always assumed they were just another Chili's. I'll have to check them out.
Posted by Anonymous on 2006-06-28:
Enlightening.
Posted by Anonymous on 2006-06-28:
Haven't seen one out here but I will look into it. Do they serve any kind of fish entrees? Have you had their "Hot Wings?"
Posted by Anonymous on 2006-06-28:
Truly I miss the cafes, diners, restaruants, with the large flashy, blinking neon signs.

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