my husband and I went for lunch, and it was awesome, the waitress was very attentive and professional
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They have great sandwiches and salads but not open very late. The museum is close and is interesting. Worth checking out.
I stopped here after a book signing and I have to say was very pleased with the food, drinks and desserts as well. This café caters to the community as a one on one relationship. You can see the bond the employees have with their customers. I will return.
The Crazy8 is an old fashioned Gourmet Deli. Has a great atmosphere for visiting. You order and your order # is on a large wooden spoon that you place in a bottle on your table. You can also enjoy the Grady County Historical Museum that's in the front. Make sure you have cash on hand as they do not take... More
Have tried this place twice. Overpriced for the quality. Nothing to rave about. Ordered special..cowboy potato, had 4 small pieces of chicken, about half an onion, 2 pieces of bell pepper. Some out of the bottle bbq sauce, cheese. Dry and tastless. Paid $11
I love this place, right next door to the Grady County Historical Museum. Great meals and drinks, with cakes to die for. Refuge from the extremes of the weather, and a real buzz when the streets seem deserted. Even after my Braums peanut butter ice cream out near the Interstate, I love to visit the Crazy 8.
Nice, clean and spacious establishment within the Chickasha Museum on Chickasha Ave. only opened till 2pm. sandwiches are homemade, fantastic served with homemade potato salad. Absolutely love the open face Southwest Turkey sandwich. It's a must try when available.
nice atmosphere, good homemade food, locally own. Most of the items in the menu are finger food. The resturant is located downtown in the back of an old converted retial department store. In front of the resturant is a grady county museum, fun to walk around
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