Was really disappointed with this trip to Johnny's. First let me start by saying that I don't write many reviews because my job calls for me to discover places for guest of my hotel. So normally I don't have to foot the bill so I am not particular about the service, but when I am spending my hard earned money am expecting the same good service any other paying customer would get rather it be a dive bar or a five star restaurant. So when I go to a place and spend my money I am going to write a review about it. I've been to this place once, but after this trip I wouldn't waist my time. I would think because I sat at the bar the bartender would have been a little more attentive. There was no casual conversation. You ever go to a bar and feel like you're bothering the bartender at their job? That's how I felt, not like a valued guest, but like a person who was bothering a bartender who wasn't busy. After finally waiting for 15 or 20 minutes I finally received my overrated and under seasoned "best burger in Cleveland". The bartender NEVER once asked me how my food was, how my beers were, or thanked me for coming to Johnny's. As a matter of fact the bartender who I believe may have been someone called Little according to my receipt never even introduced himself. The person who asked me about my food was Michelle who didn't even serve me. So my advice is if you have to go to this place request Michelle and run if you get stuck with the white guy with the short reddish haircut.
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