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Nathan Hughes
Nathan Hughes
4 years ago
Alex Nguyen
Alex Nguyen
4 years ago

Nnnnnnnnnoooooooooo

Will Hall
Will Hall
4 years ago

There is a rat infestation. Employees spoke out about it in secret to the news channel.

Eric S. Huffstutler
Eric S. Huffstutler
4 years ago

Church’s is a haunt of the past when there were more of them and they served quality food. There was one in Norfolk I visited regularly over 30 years ago and loved their biscuits, fried okra, and the pickled jalapeño you got with the meal. I ate at this location only twice. The chicken was dried out, small in size like pigeons, and overpriced for what you got. I think its day in the sun has passed. I feel sorry for the employees but they did the right thing.

Tony Murray
Tony Murray
4 years ago

Is that not the one where the employees posted pictures of rats in the restaurant?

Debra Miller
Debra Miller
4 years ago

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Rebecca Carter
Rebecca Carter
4 years ago

As long as Lee’s stays open all is well.

Michael Weeks
Michael Weeks
4 years ago

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Brett
Brett
4 years ago

This location was always so shady….
I recommend Big Herm’s Kitchen in Jackson Ward if Lee’s is too far. Real fried chicken for a fair price.

Eric S. Huffstutler
Eric S. Huffstutler
4 years ago

I still buy fried chicken from the market (Farm Fresh) but get it right at noon when it is fresh for the lunch crew. Good size pieces and you get an equivalent of a whole chicken for $6.99

Jacob Nieding
Jacob Nieding
4 years ago

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Valerie Ambres
Valerie Ambres
4 years ago

I am glad to know that.

Jessica patillo
Jessica patillo
4 years ago

Nasty as piece of shit should of been closed…the employees were unprofessional. The restaurant was not sanitary and the food was down right DISGUSTING and sometimes old and not to mention they had no plastic wear at one time ..smh GOOD THING ITS CLOSED…YUCK YUCK YUCK..

Michael Grabow
Michael Grabow
4 years ago

105 people shared this? ?

Church Hill People's News
Church Hill People's News
4 years ago
Reply to  Michael Grabow

Holy cow, I hadn’t noticed that! Never really know what’s going to catch on here.

Tameka NewMindset McClure
Tameka NewMindset McClure
4 years ago

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Taylor
Taylor
4 years ago

Thank God. Nasty with a bunch of rude employees and managers who didn’t have a clue and didn’t care.

Tyler
Tyler
4 years ago

Golden Skillet in Sandston is really solid if you’re looking for a substitute. And Bojangles, of course.

Chris
Chris
4 years ago

They couldn’t handle the competition from “Chix Land” across the street.

Eric S. Huffstutler
Eric S. Huffstutler
4 years ago

@15 Chris, isn’t Chix Land also closed?

I had forgotten about Bojangles, which I also liked when I worked in that area but not enough locations (only 2) in Richmond to make them convenient. Believe only one Golden Skillet left in the area also?

BAF
BAF
4 years ago

@17

Bojangles has been building all over Richmond lately. There is one at Laburnum and Nine Mile now. A new one opened on Staples Mill too. One opened on Midlothian Turnpike near the Boulders a few months ago.

Heather Williams
Heather Williams
4 years ago

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Eric S. Huffstutler
Eric S. Huffstutler
4 years ago

@18 BAF, sounds great but nothing close to the Church Hill area – as nothing comes to our area. Why? Because people don’t want progress in their back yards.

Kay9
Kay9
4 years ago

@19…Will you be offering up YOUR backyard to build a Bojangles?

Eric S. Huffstutler
Eric S. Huffstutler
4 years ago

@20 Kay9 – I am referring to the backwards mentality of people who always complain NIMBY when it comes to building anything that would benefit the financial stability and structure of the Church Hill, Shockoe, and surrounding areas.

BAF
BAF
4 years ago

@21 I don’t think the drive to Nine Mile and Laburnum is that arduous a journey. 5 minutes maybe from my home near 25th and O. I would consider it close.

Linda Miller
Linda Miller
4 years ago
Reply to  Michael Grabow

The less chain restaurants the better!

Eric S. Huffstutler
Eric S. Huffstutler
4 years ago

@23 BAF,,, true. I just don’t ever think about Nine Mile Road. I never travel in that direction or have any reason to.

For you it is close.
For me a block off Broad.. ¯\_(?)_/¯

LOL

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