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Businiess name:  The Thurman Cafe
Review by:  lisa g.
Review content: 
Thurmans is a small bar and restaurant located in Columbus, Ohio in the German Village. From the first moment of walking in you are overwhelmed with the surrounding. There are many video games that grace the area in the waiting room, and once you are into the eating section of the restaurant there is no inch of the walls that isn't covered. All over there are pictures, advertisements, money, letters, notes, mementos and anything else you can think of to stick on a wall, and thats just the view. Thurman's is most famous for their burgers that could put a grown man to shame. At least a half pound of meat on your buns, along with lettuce, cheese, bacon or whatever you would like on your sandwich. They also usually come with chips, which seem to be kettle-cooked. And just in case you need a drink to take the edge off things, theres plenty of room at the bar.

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