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  • First of all Mr. V's did not open until July 30th, so you were there less than two weeks after the establishment opened. Have you ever tried to start up a business on your own and everything run smoothly the first couple of weeks?

    I was a Hack's loyal customer amd I had to wait for coffee many a times, especially if Karen was off and a certain young man was cooking and his girlfriend was waitressing and they were fighting at the time.

    Stay away from V's because judgemental people, such as yourself, jus
    “The hottest places in hell are reserved for those who, in times of great moral crisis, maintain their neutrality
    • I've been back a few times in the last year. Obviously I liked the place, or I wouldn't have gone there three times in the first few weeks to begin with. Mr. V's clearly has the best burger's in town, especially for the price. Van's grits are great, too, and it's nice to have a place nearby where I can get gazpacho.

      On the other hand, most things are too expensive for what I've gotten, at least in my opinion. I think that every time I've gotten soup, the price-to-portion ratio has varied wildly.

      I sure did have to wait a long time at Hack's, too. A few times I left there after half an hour without a glass of water, especially if it was one particular waitress. I don't see how that means that it's OK if the new business does the same thing.

      Slow food service is one thing, but waiting half an hour just to get a glass of water or coffee is another.

      I don't know why you think I'm missing out on Mister V's. You certainly didn't ask whether I've been back.