4.5 based on 82 reviews
Met at Margherita's for dinner, with friends who live by and made the recommendation. Driving up, it looks small, but has more space inside than expected, divided into front, middle/bar area, and back room with a small outside patio in nicer weather. The front and middle/bar area have the most character, but the entire interior is attractive and appeared clean. The menu is diverse and includes interesting sounding preparations for chicken, seafood, pasta, and beef. There are appetizers, salads, soups, and flatbreads for lighter appetites, and the prices were appropriate. Our server was friendly, knowledgeable about the menu items, and provided good service. There are wine, cocktail, and beer selections, and we were pleased with our choices, except for the prosecco being served in a large, white wine glass. If you're in the area, Margherita's is definitely recommended; you'll enjoy a good meal and evening.
5 based on 22 reviews
My wife and I like stopping at Katie's Korner when we're in the area for some Great Homemade Ice Cream. They have an area in the back where you can sit down and enjoy the beautiful day while you're enjoying your ice cream.
4.5 based on 5 reviews
Best homemade Muffins in town!!! There are so many selections to choose from ranging from Blueberry to Boston Cream Pie!! They are huge and I usually share one w/my husband. The owners are very friendly and personable. Coffe, expresso, lattes are great too!!! Love supporting our local coffee house
4 based on 2 reviews
On the upside, the chicken salad on croissant is good. Of course, they have a lot of selection when it comes to donuts. Just stop by in the a.m. if you are particular about what kind of donut(s) you want. Because on the down-side, like any Dunkin Donuts, this one runs out of items by early to mid afternoon. And the biggest problem is accuracy of the order. Check your order before you drive away. Been here three times in the last 2 weeks... they got all three orders wrong.
4.5 based on 255 reviews
Seriously, THE BEST WHITE CLAM SAUCE I'VE EVER EATEN. Better than mine, better than mama's (and she's born & raised in Italy). Perfectly garlic-ey with perfect spices over au-dente pasta. The salmon is a weekly special with 7-8 different varieties and it is also superb (and I usually do not order salmon out). The wine selection... truly the best in the area, with unusual and rarely found bottles and glasses. The chef/owner (Otavio) is in-house and runs a tight ship; although we do not know each other we know his food & it is remarkable. This is an excellent restaurant; high class but not too much (a nice shirt & jeans are okay); easily the best in the area and in the top 2-3 in the tri-county area.
4.5 based on 78 reviews
Great prices for hot dogs, burgers, fries etc. Can get chili, cheese, onions added to the dogs as well as the fries. I love their chocolate shakes. No tipping at tables. There is a large tip collection jar on the way out. Good for breakfast, lunch, or supper.
4.5 based on 98 reviews
We enjoyed the bruschetta as an appetizer and then me and my husband both ordered the same dish! The stuffed shells with Alfredo sauce stuffed with ricotta, red pepper and spinach. It was excellent. We both enjoyed our meals very much. The wait staff was very prompt and courteous. Soft lighting, conversation friendly and lovely atmosphere. We really enjoyed ourselves and are anxious to go back!
4.5 based on 4 reviews
This is one of the newest DQ's. I went to school with the owner and he bought the franchise from his father decades ago. He tore down the old style outdoor building and rebuilt from scratch. It is about 3 blocks off I-80 and open year round, with a drive thru. He maintains a very clean restaurant and all the staff are polite. The food and treats are everything you would expect for the full DQ/Orange Julius experience. I can't claim to eat there much because I am a coupon freak.
4 based on 15 reviews
My husband and I decided to try this restaurant on a rainy Saturday afternoon. Seating was self serve. We opted to skip the lunch counter area and proceeded to the back dining room.
Our waitress was competent, but snippy. She spoke that way to all of her tables, so we took no offense.
We ordered the fried veggie sampler for an appetizer. There were onions, zucchini, cauliflower, broccoli, and carrots. Yes. Carrots. They didn't taste bad, it was just not something we've had elsewhere. I will add that the vegetables were not uniformly cut, so during frying, some were burnt while others had bits of raw breading.
My husband ordered a gyro, but they were out of gyro meat. He opted for a chicken and greens sandwich instead. It was very oily, but he said it didn't taste bad.
I had the hamburger lunch special. It was fine. Nothing unexpected.
The decor is quite dated (80s country crafty kitschy) but everything is very clean and tables are bussed promptly. The imitation green and white Tiffany style lamps are cute, but lost among the rest of the decor.
4 based on 4 reviews
What can be said about an ice cream stand? The servers are friendly though at times understaffed and the location is very handy. I prefer their vanilla over most other ice cream shops and the have an apple dumpling that rates with the ones at the fair. The butter pecan is a bit salty for those of us who watch our salt but the variety of flavors is great. It is normally limited to vanilla, chocolate and one other flavor for the fat free sugar free. Yes I am a regular.
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