CookOut Restaurant Corporate Office Headquarters

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CookOut Restaurant Corporate Office Headquarters
Cook Out - Capital Blvd, LLC
25 N. Ridgewood Ave., Suite 200
Daytona Beach, FL 32114
Official Website: http://www.cookout.com
Email: Contact Cookout Restaurant
Corporate Phone Number: 1-336-431-1094
Fax Number: 1-336-544-45085
Customer Service Number: 1-866-547-0011

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  1. Please add baked beans to your menu.no truly American cookout is complete without baked beans. Love you restaurants. Great food.baked beans on your menu will increase your total revenue by 8% yearly. They will sell.they will accent every thing on your menu.trust me.

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  2. I have had by far the worst experience no one not two but three to four bad times I had there first the employees are nasty and dirty there's no sanitary anywhere I had ate a fly there also it was someone's fungous toenail in my tray when I confronted the gm he denied that I ever been there when he took my order he asked for my Id And my recipe for some odd reason I mentioned that i was going to call corporate n he snatched my tray and was very disrespectful I took pictures. I just want something done about this I'm a very loyal customer. The location is on highway 70 in durham the general manager name is either Jim or steve

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  3. We loved Outback when it first came to Bowling Green, eatting there several times a week, but last night when we went in to eat, we ordered hamburgers and corndogs, the hamburgers were cut in half and put on two sandwiches and burnt to a crisp on two sandwiches, the corn dogs were also so burnt they were not a golden brown, but also burnt and cold, all the food was awful, no napkins in the dispensers, the trash cans were over flowing. We wondered why the parking lot was empty the last couple of times we drove by, and now we know. We won't be back, there are too many places here in Bowling Green to spend our dollar than to buy burnt food.

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  4. We need one in commerce Georgia.

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  5. I don't know if anyone else has ever brought up this issue, but is it possible for Cook Out Restaurants to switch from Styrofoam containers and cups to paper (or plastic) cups and bags? Personally, I would eat there A LOT more if they did.

    It takes Styrofoam over one million years to properly decompose, and burning it releases toxic fumes into the air. And let's not forget that recycling it is pretty difficult because of the way it's made. A paper cup, however, only takes a few weeks to decompose, and burning it doesn't release fumes other than your run-of-the-mill smoke. Recycling these cups is also much easier; they can be easily remade into other paper products. Plastic cups decompose slower, but are less expensive than paper and Styrofoam, and release less carbon dioxide when being made. Plastic is also lighter than paper and Styrofoam, and therefore cuts down on fuel and transportation costs.

    Both paper and plastic options have major positive effects on the environment when swapped for Styrofoam. Companies, such as Cook Out Restaurants, would probably see it wise to switch for plastic, seeing as it is less costly a switch, and may even be less expensive than Styrofoam depending on the circumstances. I'm not sure of the circumstances for Cook Out, but it would great if you would at least look into switching if you have not already.

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  6. I had far the worst experience in my life. I found a dead cockroach mixed in with my French fries, looks like the cockroach could have been fried with the batch. I am so disgusted, I almost puked.

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  7. Duncan sc desperately needs q cookout it will crush the surrounding restraunts plus its a truck stop and surrounding manufacturing plants

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  8. wont be back your service is going down fast you only have high school kids working for you and your food is getting really bad really get it together or please leave our neighbor hood

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  9. I live in a small town. Our McDonalds is closing May 15. We have a Hardees and a Subway along with a local pizza place. The McDonalds is in the best location - good for local people and on Highway 58 so travelers have easy access. The location is Brunswick Square Shopping Center, Lawrenceville, VA. If you have anyone interested in expanding, this could be a prime location. I'm not sure why the McDonalds is closing, but I don't believe it is due to the lack of customers. I hope you will give this consideration. Thank you.

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  10. While I was dining in the Roanoke, Va location, I witnessed a manager being extremely rude to one of his employees. The employee handled it very graciously. The manager was a different story. I got his name....Matt . If this is how all your management is, no wonder you have such a high turn over rate of employees.

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  11. There are a lot of teens working at these restaurants. That being said, the managers need to realize and be able to handle this. I have witnessed managers talking about employees to each other regarding employment status and job performance. I have also witnessed employees discussing their wages with other employees. Very unprofessional for the managers to do this and to allow the employees to act that way. There is certainly enough drama with teens without the input of immature managers and co-workers.

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