After eating at M&H's earlier in the day I went to Blockbuster, their neighborring business, to rent some movies. I witnessed the owner barell into Blockbuster and begin to yell at the top of his lungs until he was red in the face and then a little more. He yelled very insulting rude and in no way whatsoever excusable expletives at the manager in blockbuster. He thretened the man and his employees and frankly scared myself and the other customers. It wasn't until a small crowd gathered around and began to call the police that he left. It was very unprofessional and I would never willingly put myself in the same room near a man like that. I wasn't at all impressed with the food. It was sloppily prepared and served and the service was anything but friendly. They were so lazy they don't get the refills for you they let the customers get them themselves. I pondered how many people had stuck their unwashed hands into that ice machine and sat their purses down on the same counter they prepared my food on, gross. The only thing I was slightly impressed with was their hamemade pasta but it was packaged and displayed so carelessly. As I was leaving I noticed the sign ""celebrating 25 years"". If they've been around for 25 years where is their pride, branded packaging, painted walls maybe? Nothing, The place is filled withh crookedly hung, sun faded gator memrobillia, it looks like a cheap, country gas station with mismatched appliances and old machines and not the aww thats cute and cozy antiquated old, either. This place is in no way comparable to Wrights... waiting in line at wrights is worth your time especially if that guy is there. After what I saw at blockbuster I can't imagine what he'd do if I had to send my food back for any reason... wouldn't want to cross this nut.
Pros: The place is never busy
Cons: unprofessional and immature service, not worth eating out food, just don't waste your time, money, or even safety