Submitted Sunday, December 6, 2009 - 3:41pm [Dine in]
Taylor's Crossing isn't the place for you to get smashed or pick up chicks. What it is, is a family restaurant that happens to serve some excellent beer, and offer a less kitschy experience than a Red Robin, but also a less trendy experience than say a Cactus Club. The prices are reasonable for what you get, and I've had no problems with the service.
The food has been consistently satisfying whenever I've gone there, but if you insist on playing it safe, I recommend going there for a pitcher of beer, and a simple order of typical pub food (chicken wings, fries, nachos etc.)
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Submitted Tuesday, November 10, 2009 - 5:28pm [Dine in]
Of the three main pizza places in Lynn Valley (Papa John's, Little Caesar's, and Pizza Hut), Papa John's is the one that offers the best balance between quality and value. The crust is thin, the sauce is delicious, and the quality is consistent every time you go there. In my experience, service has been attentive, the time frame for orders has been very reasonable, and pick-up orders have been promptly ready upon my arrival. To address other comments regarding "smoking, dangerous teens" I'll admit that the crowd is predominantly in that age range, but the notion that it is an unsafe, and unsavory place to enjoy a meal is preposterous. In closing, for what it is, Papa John's is probably the best franchise pizza you're likely to come across, and this outlet is particularly convenient, affordable, and enjoyable for those living in the area, especially when compared to its closest competitors.
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