I have been to Fry's Springs Station on a few occasions, and each has definitely been an extremely pleasant experience. From the moment you step in the door, you are greeted by the hostess and immediately feel welcome. The atmosphere was always very chill and laid back, as are the servers and all staff, but are at the same time attentive to the needs of every table. Although the person who brought my food was not my server, he was still aware of when our table's drinks were getting low and helped out when my server was busy with other tables. I've been in when it was slow and also when it was pretty busy on a weekend, and each time the food came out in a timely manner and had the opportunity to speak with both the Chef and one of the managers who seemed to be checking in with tables. Some might see the menu as slightly pricey, but if out with a group, I've found it best to split a dish/pizza with a friend (the serving size of the pastas are very generous, and the pizza has 6 slices). The only downside was having to wait the time I went on a weekend, but found out the hostess' time estimate to be pretty accurate, so it wasn't really a big deal. Fry's Spring Station is slowly becoming one of my favorites in the Cville area and it as a lot to do with the overall greatness of the establishment, as well as the history behind it (used to be a car shop but was redone as a restaurant).
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