4.5 based on 37 reviews
We went on Friday night. There were for adults and a toddler. We all got something different and everything was great. The attention paid to our little one was above and beyond! The price was reasonable. We will go again next time we visit.
4 based on 34 reviews
Love the old-school vibe of this place! Meant to be reminiscent of 50's diners/drive-ins, the Malt Shop is fantastic. While we were there for dessert, they do offer dinner items as well. I was pleasantly surprised be the size and variety of their menu.
Highly recommend the fried Oreos just for the novelty of it! Plus, they were delicious
4 based on 50 reviews
Really enjoyed my visit here. The food was yummy but it was the exceptional service that blew me away! Very attentive and polite waiter. He made great recommendations and was very helpful.
4.5 based on 19 reviews
Pizza was a little too greasy for me. Too much cheese, it didn't let the crust cook all the way through.
But! The sauce was great. Here's my bias - I like a thin crust crispy pizza. No thick crust or hand tossed for me.
My kids loved it - me meh, not so much.
4 based on 42 reviews
We used to eat ribs here every Friday night. Unfortunately, the owner passed away at the end of last year and it seems the restaurant has suffered as a result. We continue to try it from time to time but the food really is not the same. I know they have struggled financially since Rex passed but that should not affect the food quality. They seem to have tried to branch out by trying different things and in my opinion, they should stick with what they used to do best, barbeque. Leave the wings to Hooters or Buffalo Wild Wings and leave the tacos to the Mexican restaurants.
4 based on 18 reviews
And so all the dishes and drinks smell way too strong for the food to be good for you. The marinade was quite ordinary and obviously canned not homemade. Even though the atmosphere is local and cute in an old building; this isn't a place I could recommend a repeat visit.
3.5 based on 19 reviews
This was decent food, good service, small location, parking quite challenging, Tex Mex authentic tastings, staff friendly, plenty of food for the price paid.
4.5 based on 5 reviews
Big Slick's is a great place to stop while out riding on the motorcycles. You will find locals mingling with the visitors. Established in an old Bank Building, the now defunk town of Westminster is really where Big Slick's is located. The building itself is historic, and there are a lot of old pictures lining the hallway as you stroll to the restroom.
There is a large parking lot accross the street, along with a convenience store and leather shop for bikers. Be careful in this lot since there is a lot of loose gravel, and tar. I have had my kick stand ping out from under the bike as a stone broke loose.
There is a long bar with tractor type seats, plenty of seating indoors and out, pool tables, and even a fire pit for when things are cold. It's not fancy, but a neat place to visit. Sometimes they have bands playing.
Food is bar type quality - and good. This place get's crowded easily on nice days, so expect to wait upwards of 45 minutes to an hour for a food order. Service is friendly, and there isn't a lot of turnover of the staff, so they will get to know you if you frequent.
Even if your not on a bike, stop on through to check out the old materials in the bar area.
5 based on 5 reviews
Had a wonderful breakfast at Lulu's. The croissants and bakery items were very fresh and tasty, and the pastries were so flaky! The owners are delightful.
4.5 based on 6 reviews
The bacon pepperoni pizza is the bomb. I hope my cardiologist never reads this review. I have been going at the end of my granddaughter's karate classes and they have it ready to go when you walk through the door. There is usually a short line, but they are selling it about as fast as they cook it and you are out of there in a heartbeat. The bacon & pepperoni are always crisp. I love this stuff.
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