Find out what American restaurants to try in North Billerica including Good Thymes, Moonstones, Fishbones in the Village, Vic's Waffle House, 110 Grill, belly buster, Four Sisters Owl Diner, Jon Ryan's Pub, Stelio's, George's Delicatessen
4 based on 32 reviews
George's has been in Lowell for years and the reason for that is simply always good fresh food whether eat in or take out. Their haddock is huge and excellent. Subs are packed and delish. Cannot go wrong here. On street parking can be a bit tricky.
4 based on 83 reviews
Your basic family restaurant, and Greek food. Disappointed shishkabob on the menu but not available. . Great fried fish and fried clams. The lamb chops are fatty and to be avoided. The fish casserole sports haddock, scallops, & shrimp. Potato, vegi and salad come with each meal. Good choice of beer as well as Keno. Prices very reasonable. A good family spot and for seniors.
3 based on 57 reviews
It was a difficult decision but it is pretty good pub food. Steak tips were cooked perfectly and tasty too. Chicken tenders were very tender. There are few other items on the menu that we want to try so on our next trip in the area we will be back
4 based on 178 reviews
Love the owl Diner, classic staple in Lowell. They name all their omelettes after actual streets in Lowell.The Middlesex St. Omelette with kielbasa and onions and cheese is my favorite. If you are feeling especially gluttonous, get a grilled bagel with cream cheese instead of toast. Worth the up charge and the calories.
4 based on 52 reviews
Visited for breakfast while in the area for business. It does not look like much from the outside, but nice diner feel inside. Sat at the counter and service was excellent. Had the meat lovers it was massive and came out in 5 minutes. The toast was okay but everything else was excellent. The price was right too.
4 based on 204 reviews
110 Grill is where contemporary dining and innovative cuisine meet. Here we are passionate about pure flavor, quality ingredients, and the cultivation of an inviting atmosphere that can play perfect host to an intimate dinner, a family celebration, or a c
PROs--good wines and priced reasonably well-very good prices-tasty food- Fish & Chips - the fish was excellent- french fries were mushy & soft-lots of parkingCONs-server needs help - she seemed confused... example, she put the appetizers at the end of the table where no one was sitting... a bit silly-she made multiple trips to our table and took forever to pick up dirty empty appetizer plates-hardly anyone smiled- they seemed stressed out and not friendly (including hostess)-more of a bar scene and lights were way too bright-music way too loud and difficult to make conversation with our guests-should have more local seafood choices- so close to Boston- should offer Fried Clams with bellys, lobster, etc...We're sorry that you did not have the best experience and would like to have our general manager reach out to you directly. Please send this review to Lindsay at [email protected] so we can follow up.
4 based on 141 reviews
We were in the area for a wedding and came here for breakfast and were very impressed. You could tell the food was good because this there was a long line to get in. The service was wonderful and the waitress staff very colorful. We had a great time and they made us feel like family. I would love to come back here again.
4 based on 490 reviews
Whale Tale Pale Ale- Nantucket Brewery(?)- very goodNew England Clam Chowder-quite hardy, very good. We prefer Manhattan clam chowder but this was very good....nicely chocked with clamsSesame tuna with seaweed, lettuce and tomato with fresh ginger and wasabi on the side -excellent. 2 sides chosen were French fries and cole slaw-both good- pickle, tooLobster Roll - generous chunks of lobster-yummy. Donât bother with the roll. Sides were sweet potato fries and come slaw-also good.Server was efficient.Yes, we would stop here again!
4 based on 302 reviews
Description: General info: *Enjoy life one bite at a time at our globally inspired urban bistro in charming Chelmsford. *Come to celebrate or just to chill *open 7 days a week *"Sophisticated" Sunday brunch touted by Boston Globe Magazine Private Dining B
I had a bowl with a strange name from the lunch menu. The name of the dish I could not find on the web. I suppose that it is Asian fusion. I am looking forward the having it again. It had chicken, beans, olives...Hello MillerProbably a shwarma--a mid eastern delight! So fresh and vibrant and different form the same 'ol stuff!Thank you for your great review and on behalf of our excellent team, if there is anything I can do in the future to make your next visit excellent, please do not hesitate to contact me directly: [email protected] visit again soon.Warm regards,Scott PlathFounder, SHGCobblestones of Lowell Moonstones, ChelmsfordâGood people devoted to exceptional hospitality and a progressive culinary focus through universal commitment to each other, the craft, our community and guests.âEditDeleteî
4 based on 219 reviews
After a wrestling lesson I took my grandson Joey here for dinner. Outside was inviting, friendly staff, great menu, amazing food and homemade deserts. All the plates that passed looked real good. Big portions and tasty. Donât miss this gem in Lowell Ma. Joey had the ribs and I the pork chop
ThingsTodoPost © 2018 All rights reserved.