Review: Chevy's Ale House

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Kay Stover

Raleigh, NC

#1 Sep 19, 2012
belive in giving new places a chance. I have ate at Chevy's Ale House 3 times. The food was incredible. The portion were good. I do not like the U-turn to get out . The service was terrible. I am not sure that the servers know they work for tips. They were not friendly, and full of attitube. Like I said, , I have been there 3times so 3 strikes you are out. I think this place need to replace some of there servers or train them better. One in particular, Kelly. She was not a people person and I was lucky to get her twice. I will not return

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