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Babe's Chicken Dinner House (again), This Time Frisco. vs. Garland

RobbnTX | May 28, 201012:35 PM     21

In a previous post I stated I had eaten at the Garland location only once and while I thought it was good, I was just not blown away and was not sure I would ever eat there again or not.

Well I have people to feed this weekend and they want fried chicken and are anxious to try Babe's. I am thinking of taking them to the Garland location since I was impressed by all the bottomless sides I had there and I do have to admit that I liked the overall atmosphere and ambiance of the place. However since I have never been to the Frisco location ,which may be a bit closer to where I live in Plano, I would like to try it but am interested in hearing from anyone who has been to both Garland and Frisco and what their overall experiences were. Seems though among the co-workers I have talked to think Garland is the place to go.

Thanks!

Rob

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