4 based on 32 reviews
Came here for a weekday lunch. It seems more like a bar with a restaurant than a restaurant with a bar. There's no hostess and not many tables and you have to walk through the bar and self-seat. The menu has a nice selection of appetizers, sandwiches and salads. You pick your toppings for each sandwich, which I liked. I had a filet mignon sandwich with can't-pass-up parmesan fries. The restaurant area is decorated with art from local artists, but the wall behind had a series of photos of women in just body paint, so you probably want to make sure you're with people who are ok with this avant garde style.
4 based on 304 reviews
Vault is a Brewery and Restaurant located in an 1800s bank complete with a vault. They offer an ever-rotating list of beers brewed in house and a seasonal menu featuring creations out of a copper-clad wood fired oven
My husband and I recently returned to this restaurant after about a year or so. We were impressed then but no longer. The menu is less interesting, more pizza than sandwiches. The house salad that came with my waffle grilled cheese sandwich was very wilted and the dressing had been sitting out. The waffle grilled cheese sandwich was very disappointing, fairly tasteless, soggy waffles. No reason to ret,frankly.
The Trenton waterfront is getting a major update with the addition of Cooper's Riverview! The atmosphere promises to be fun and festive while providing a superb dining experience. Highlights will be an amazing happy hour, rotating weekly DJs, band enterta
Our first visit since its name xhange and reopening. Pretty mich the same as when KatManDu and Rho occupied the site. Went on a Friday for the $10 buffet which runs from 4;30-7:30. The night we were there, the buffet included salad fixings, a pasta bar with many options, pulled pork, meatballs, wings, macaroni bites, rice, mashed potatoes, fish, nacho fixings, fresh fruit, cheeses and cookies. It was worth the $10, bit the food was average. There were some happy hour drink specials also. We were very surprised at how empty it was at the time. Would have thought the Trenton after work crowd would have been there for a bite to eat. Buffets were always packed when it was KatManDu and Rho. For the small amount of people there, it was very noisey. There is also a regular lunch/dinner menu offering more bar type food. Its not a fine dining restaurant.
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