Friday, June 26, 2015

Sugarmill Restaurant Sign


The Sugarmill area is southwest of Ocala. We stopped at the Sugarmill Restaurant for lunch the other day. It was not a good experience. The service was lacking and the food mediocre. We won't be going back again. The beat-up old sign with flags waving in honor of Memorial Day or the 4th of July or something gives you an idea as to what the place is like.

18 comments:

Kay said...

So...Surgarmill is not so sweet, eh? Too bad. The empty parking lot might be a clue.

William Kendall said...

It does look beat up.

By all means, feel free to repost the Trump post I did.

RedPat said...

I guess I'll pass on this place, Lowell!

Lois said...

They won't stay in business much longer if that's the case!

Randy said...

I'll skip it.

Linda said...

Sorry to hear your experience here was unpleasant, Lowell.

Sharon Anck said...

I hate disappointments like that! I hope the next place you give a try is a gem!

Halcyon said...

Too bad as the place looks kind of cute.

cieldequimper said...

Oh well...

VP said...

I'll save the bench, for all the rest I trust your judgement...

Birdman said...

Better watch your SUGARmill intake.

Judy said...

They must be optimistic because they put those benches out front for people to sit on when they are so backed up there is a long wait time to be seated.
We have had many experiences with disappointing eating places. But you never know until you try it.

llandudnopictures said...

Those signs appear to serve as 'warning signs'!

LOLfromPasa said...

Well, I salute you for trying the place out...not sure that I would have.

With reference to a comments you left on my blog: So that piano is yours...ah:). What a hoot about 'St Edith'. I'm enjoying your book and no doubt I will smile broadly when I get to the lines about Edith.

José Mendonça said...

Your last sentence made me smile! :-)

magiceye said...

Does not look very welcoming...

EG CameraGirl said...

Sorry you didn't have a good experience there, Lowell. I guess their patriotism is not enough.

Karl Demetz said...

Thank you for the advice, Lowell, I'll not stop here...

"Photographers deal in things which are continually vanishing and when they have vanished there is no contrivance on earth which can make them come back again." — Henri Cartier-Bresson