Reviews on Barbecue food in Holland, Ohio, United States. Holland is a village in Lucas County, Ohio, United States. Holland is a suburb of Toledo. The population was 1,764 at the 2010 census. Holland is home to the J.H. Fentress Antique Popcorn Museum.
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4 based on 34 reviews
Food was decent and as expected. Service met expectations. No problems or issues. I was a bit surprised that the owner of this location could opt out from the Plenti points program. Worth considering if you're looking for a sit down meal in this area. Convenient to I-475.
Fire Station Bar And Grill is a neighborhood eatery offering a true local destination for great memories, food, fun and great drinks! Created by same creative and distinctive Mail Pouch Saloon eateries who are passionate about food and locality. Dine in o
Went on a Tuesday night for a beer to check the place out.Decor is awesome, bring the kids.Parking lot was packed.Food craft beer selection at 3 bars.Food menu looks like lots.of choices.Chatting with Mo at upstairs bar and she said owner ALS owns Mail Pouch Saloon in Haskins. Food there is great so I have no reason to suspect less at this location.Looking forward to going for dinner and seeing how the service is. If it is as attentive as Mo was, it will be very good.
4 based on 126 reviews
On a Wednesday evening at about 8 o'clock,my wife, daughter and I walked into the restaurant which had about 9 tables of customers(about 1/5 of full capacity) and no one waiting for a table. We stood in front of the host(ess) kiosk for at least 15 minutes. During that time, the bartender was 15 feet away from us mixing drinks and organizing the bar. A waitress was filling waters and making non alcoholic mixed drinks, a person who appeared to be the manager walked past us 3 or 4 times. We waited for someone to come and seat us but no one ever came over to welcome us. It was as though we were invisible. After 15 minutes we left and walked over to Texas Roadhouse next door. We were greeted and seated in about one minute and we enjoyed our meal. My advise is skip the 15 minute wait and go either to Texas Roadhouse or anyplace else other than Smokey Bones.
Great place to visit friends over deep fried chicken balls and pitchers of beer. Not for the "healthy minded" diner. Whether you choose the original balls in honey BBQ sauce, or garbage balls (don't ask) you will have plenty to eat while drinking and laughing with friends. It's noisy, food is good, prices are too. Service was quick and attentive.
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