Horrible Food, Horrible Service. You would think that a place like this that look so welcoming and fun would have awesome, friendly service and awesome food. When I spoke to the manager about stale, cold, buffalo wings she just said snubblishly, "that's how they are. They were just made." She did not offer a refund or a replacement. HORRIBLE!!! Basically I boarded by plane with a growling tummy because I couldn't even eat the crap.
Dick Clark's Bandstand. The service was very poor and non caring. The food was the worse I have ever ate. I ordered bacon, eggs, hashbrowns and toast. The bacon was so thin you can see through it. It was cold and greasy. The hashbrowns were cold and hard. The toast was cold, hard, dried out, and the imitation margarine would not even melt. IT WAS ABSOLUTELY HORRIBLE! If I could give it minus stars I would.
extremly rude manager. had a great time, the service was great! until the manager came out on thanksgiving and told us to get out. we hsd full cocktails and food when he said we had to leave. we spent almost $100 and were treated very poorly by the manager. go there for a good time but dont ask to be helped by luis the manager
Disappointed Vegetarian Customer. I looked at the menu and there were no entrees for vegetarians. I asked the waiter if I there was a Caesar salad with no meat on it. He stated that that could be arranged. The salad was great and the waiter was wonderful, but when I received my bill my I was upset. I could not believe that I was charged for "Chix Caesar, No Chix" which cost $9.89. I could not believe that I was placed in that situation, because If I had been told that up front then I would not have even wasted my time or money.
A decent spot for a meal, if you're got 45 minutes or more until your flight..
This casual diner opened just in time to take advantage of the crowds for the 2002 Winter Olympics. There's not a whole lot of rock-and-roll theme here, despite the name--just some murals of rockers that span from Madonna to Hootie & The Blowfish to, of course, The Osmond Family. Service is friendly, but not all that quick, so be sure to move things along if your flight is anywhere near boarding time.
Expect mostly burgers, sandwiches and salads--all in large portions. The Bayou chicken is only moderately spiced, but served with sauteed peppers and a big pile of crunchy fries. The chicken fingers have thin slivers of almond in their unique breading. The drink list features a number of pint-sized bloody Mary choices, topped off by the bloody Maria--substituting Cuervo Gold tequila for the vodka and hit with an extra shot of Tabasco.