Discover Restaurants offering the best American food in Grafton, Massachusetts, United States. Grafton is a town in Worcester County, Massachusetts, United States. The population, indicated by the 2014 town records is 14,268, in nearly 5,700 households. Incorporated in 1735, Grafton is the home of a Nipmuc village known as Hassanamisco Reservation, the Willard House and Clock Museum, Community Harvest Project, and the Tufts University Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine. Grafton consists of the North Grafton, Grafton, and South Grafton geographic areas, each with a separate zip code. Grafton also operates the state's largest On-Call Fire Department, with 74 members.
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Breads look healthy. Lots of alternative starters. Many toppings (cucumbers, pickles, spinach), etc. Could use better coffee. Lots of soft drinks. And a loyalty card. Fair prices. Good friendly service.
4 based on 27 reviews
This place is very good for breakfast. Too good in fact, and that's the only problem. Most weekends at peak times with limited seating there is a wait just to be seated. Can be 10-15 minutes. Other than that the food is top notch, and relatively inexpensive. So other than the wait, 5 stars.
4 based on 58 reviews
Love New England diners and Brodyâs didnât disappoint. The food was awesome and the memorabilia was very interesting also. Seinfeld actually done a episode of some show here, you can see those pics also. Very reasonable price and portions were large. Highly recommend
3 based on 77 reviews
They have something for everyone. Pretzels and the dipping sauces are my fav. They sadly got rid of my absolutely favorite menu item last fall, the french dip. They replaced it with a steak bomb that isn't exactly take its place. Fries are amazing - salads too, especially the ahi tuna one!! Staff is friendly for sure!
4 based on 19 reviews
We are a 18 hole public golf course with a full service Family- friendly restaurant and a 200 person banquet facility! Call our sales office to book your next function!
My spouse and I have started to regularly go to John Henry's for lunch on Saturdays for the past few months and enjoy this place tremendously. We sit in the lounge and mingle with the golfers and other customers. Can't watch a college football game without chicken wings. A must try are the inferno flavored version. Yikes! The "Big Tony's" Italian sub is very delish, and also the corned beef Reuben. I have yet to send back a meal (which I have done at other places I have eaten). It will be sad when they close for the winter which will be end of November. The tavern is nice and relaxing with the large windows to view parts of the course.
4 based on 27 reviews
We made reservations for 7 adults 4 days prior but they had lost the reservation, but they we very proactive and seated us without much delay. We ordered lots of apps: Calamari , Mussels, Veggie poutine, Beer brats. Minor complaint: it took a long while from ordering the food till we got it, but was celebrating with family I hadnât seen in a while so we have fun. Entrees included the Monkfish and steak frites and a shrimp pasta (Cannot remember the name) all were excellent. Service was pleasant but I would have expected a little more attentiveness. This and the wait for food are why I made it a 4 vs 5)
4 based on 36 reviews
This is a small restaurant that was hopping when I went in for breakfast last Sunday morning around 9:30am. Only open for breakfast and lunch, this place has a good breakfast selection and was very reasonably priced. I had egg, bacon, toast, and potatoes and the portion was a good size. Food was good, staff were friendly, prices were good. My only complaint was that I sat at the counter and the stool was not comfortable and very close to my neighbor.
3 based on 107 reviews
Full service, large scale pub featuring daily specials and extensive menu. Large portions are served! Full service, large scale pub featuring daily specials and extensive menu. Sunday all-you-can-eat breakfast buffet with made to order omelet station. Enj
It's a townie restaurant that serves warm food, service is OK, prices are reasonable, nothing special, many other options in the area for eating better food, they squeeze a band in on weekends but it's not well setup for that
4 based on 50 reviews
We've been here several times in the past 6 months and notice the quality of lunch food has declined while the prices have stayed high. So much more was expected and hoped for at this location. Service is average but the noise level, even when half full is not good. Booze is very pricey and they always push the top shelf. Hi Lydia, I think you have the wrong restaurant. All of the things you have mentioned in your review are not true. We have installed noise panels about 1 and 1/2 years ago. We have since had great reviews about noise levels. ( especially during lunch). We also donât push top shelf We have many drinks that are priced inline with our competitors same goes for our food prices. We are priced inline with restaurants with similar concepts we are a scratch kitchen so costs are higher therefore we need to price appropriately. Please take a look at the restaurant name as I feel you are reviewing the wrong establishment. Thx
4 based on 204 reviews
Red Rock Grill looks like a rustic transplant from the wild west, but the food is very good modern American, at reasonable prices. The menu has a wide variety of choices, including some spicy Asian fusion dishes as well as comfort foods and traditional breakfasts. Several fish choices and very good black bean burgers complement the barbecued and grilled meats. Eat outdoors on the patio, or inside. Be prepared to wait as Red Rock is very popular. We ate tasty, filling lunches for an average of $11 per person, without alcohol.
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