The other day, we quizzed Facebook fans about what makes them want to return to a restaurant. With factors such as convenience, location, food quality and service to keep in mind, we received some great feedback.
See if you agree with what folks had to say, and add your thoughts to the conversation.
Leslie Vance Frazier: When quality and service head South…I might give an establishment one more chance, but that’s it. Two of our favorite Oxford Square places have gone way, way down hill; one in food quality and service, one in food quality only. There are plenty of new places to take their place, evidently. Looking forward to trying something new. On non-game weekends, of course.
Ibrahim Tabanca: I prefer to have something unique that I can not make it at home. There is not too much choice for me
Holly Barker Clay: Consistency of great food, service and quality. The square is nice, and keeps our town unique, but I still like it when small places think about who patron their establishments regularly, rather than to cater to the touristy folks. I would much rather find and go to a hole in the wall off square location if the food was phenomenal! and the vibes were great!
Shannon Lewis Kellenberger: I don’t care how good the food is if the service stinks I won’t go back, so customer service is at the top of my list.
Mike Mitchell: If the food is exceptional I can over look lapses in good service. Location is also important. I love the square but hate the parking. Ambiance is also important, not so much concerned with a theme but interesting art or artifacts nicely displayed. And I do not like to be rushed through my meal simply so they can turn the table over.
Gina Durley Watson: Food quality and customer service are equally important to me. The food has to be great but I can overlook a bad meal if the service is great!
Chris Day: Customer service and then food quality I think are the two most important. Location can make or break a restaurant but it’s not that important to me. I care more about the the experience then rather it’s on the square or not.
Annie Schuler: Location, location, location!