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« Reply #45 on: May 29, 2015, 09:36:36 am »

Forgot Shiloh's. It was in Tulsa.

I think that is the last remaining "Top That" location in the area?

I liked the concept, too bad it didn't hold on, but moving into locations that Quizno's failed at might have been a bad move.
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« Reply #46 on: June 03, 2015, 02:05:49 pm »

Top That and Apple Barrel are each 3/4 decent?       A little generous don't you think?  

If you want comfort food, try Shilohs.


Shilohs has good rolls and that's about it.  I can open a can of beans, corn, and gravy at home....

Apple Barrel has pretty good breakfast and Sunday special is a turkey dinner!  Makes a good breakfast, too!  Yum!  They do that right....


Haven't been here yet, but Pie Five seems to be growing quickly.  One in Stillwater and one going to Moore.  Next time I get through Stillwater, will try it and let ya know.  They do the Top That thing, I am told....   Wonder if Top That got an idea from some one, or vice versa...?  TT sure changed quickly from what they started with, though.  And it wasn't an improvement...

http://www.piefivepizza.com/


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