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99 Restaurant & Pub Headquarters Address and Contact

  • Address: 14 Gill St, Woburn, MA 01801, USA
  • Phone Number: +1 781-933-8999
  • Fax Number: 781-933-0821
  • Email: N/A
  • Number of Employees: N/A
  • Established: 1971
  • Founder: Charley Watkins
  • Key People: John R. Grady

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John R. Grady

President

Cindi Fuller

Managing General Partner of Killingly Ninety Nine

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  • Sherri Butler says:

    Me and my husband tried your restaurant the hostess served our drinks we sat there for 10 minutes waiting for the server to come take our order she didn’t even take the time to look at the table to notice that we are had already had our drinks what she took her order in the food was served we never saw someone else served a food my husband cannot eat his dish it tasted awful he pushed it aside hoping that the server would come back and ask us how everything was going to check on us but she never did so finally my husband stack the dishes and by this time I had almost completely finished my dinner when she finally showed up to ask us if everything was alright after letting her know that the food tasted awful she took the plate and left 10 minutes later she brought back our check we went up to the front to ask let the hostess know what happened he had bluntly ignored us and said nothing. Me and my husband have not been treated so shity and any other restaurants we’ve ever been to curved edge

     
  • Patricia M Roberts says:

    I was at the Danvers location on Wednesday and got a lobster roll. It was the worst one I have ever had. I live in Gloucester and was hesitant to order seafood as we have the best. Anyway a friend suggested it was good as she had one before so I got one. It was a soggy mess. Too much mayo and all lettuce and celery. I had a hard time finding any lobster and the few pieces I got was the end of the claw which I threw away. It was 19.00. Not cheap. I told the server but he just ignored me like it was okay and I was being picky. I believe if you done out you should have a good experience and decent food. We paid the bill and tipped generously, because I used to be a server a long time ago. To say I was disappointed is an understatement I will not be back. The food is always hit or miss here, but this was ridiculous. I will spread the word because I don’t want anyone else to get a soggy wet roll with no lobster in it. Really? You need to tell your cooks, lobster should be mixed when it is ordered and not early in the day. And no one wants to pay for lettuce and celery on a soggy bun.

     
  • Marge Smith says:

    Was one of the worst meals anywhere. I brought 5 grandkids out for dinner and the Milford one was closest for us. Been to the one in Auburn and it was ok. But this Milford one was disgusting.I spent $100.84 for a meal that we really couldn’t enjoy. The $18.99 lobster roll was awful…soggy and wet meat. Not from mayo, The meat was WET. And the fries weren’t even cooked. None of us could eat the fries. The grandkids ate SOME of it but it was really awful !! Someone should go to this 99 and teach them how to cook. We had to ask for napkins, plates for the appetizer, and then had to wait for silverware. Unbelievable. Rated D minus to me. If I wanted to waste my social security check it wouldn’t be there !!

     
    • Patricia M Roberts says:

      I had the same experience in Danvers. Soggy wet and tasteless with hardly any lobster. Awful.

       
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