I stopped in to Cold Turkey Today
First impression coming in the door - mold.
None was visible, but it hung in the air like - well, have you ever walked down the stairs into a basement at an old house where the walls leak? Kinda like that.
I smelled no food smells, including the one I had expected - roasting turkey.
Not a complaint really, but with a name like 'Cold Turkey' you'd expect a very turkey-oriented menu. And turkey was present, it just wasn't a highlight. For example, 2 sandwiches featured turkey, while three featured chicken.
Aside from all that - a simple sandwich is 7 bucks. No, there's no chips with that, those are 2 bucks extra.
I may get aroung to checking this place out eventually if I hear someone rave about one of the menu items, but I will not be an early adopter here.