Reviews on Bar food in Eustis, Florida, United States. Eustis is a city in Lake County, Florida, United States. The population was 15,106 at the 2000 census. The Census Bureau estimated the population in 2008 to be 19,129. It is part of the Orlando–Kissimmee–Sanford Metropolitan Statistical Area. Eustis High School is the town's local public high school.
Things to do in Eustis
4 based on 296 reviews
Terrible, unfriendly, slow service. Dark and unwelcoming ambiance, and shepherds pie lumpy, undercooked, and vegetables--corn, garden peas and carrots, mushy. Bread dry and hard. Rubin sandwich was good, fries were freshly fried and hot. Nothing like the Okeefes in Clearwater. AND, music was bluegrass. How does that play in an Irish pub?
3 based on 16 reviews
Only the best in America! We brew and serve only award winning American made craft beer, wine and spirits. Don't ask us for one of those imported things. Why drink an imported beer, wine or spirit, when the best is Made in the USA?
Beautiful place however horrible service and rude confused staff.First time last time.In the 15 minutes I was there no one said anything to us.We left and went up the street for great food and service.Big disappointment hoped for more.Owner at bar sitting bragging about his bar. Did nothing to help his failing restaurant.Epic Fail
4 based on 188 reviews
Serving unique pizzas, calzones, salads, hoagies and a good time. 24 taps of craft, local and core beers, full service liquor bar and always a fun atmosphere.
Stopped in with the grandkids for pizza. Shared 2 pies. Medium house pizza and medium cheese-xtra, pepperoni, bacon. Both were excellent, prices were great and Adriana was the best. Will definitely be going back in the near future. This was a first time visit and fell in love
3 based on 90 reviews
First impressions when we walked in were that we had stepped into a Buffalo Wild Wings. After we had been seated i noticed a large amout of "claw grab" games. Seems this establishment caters to families. No problem. I tred the fish sandwich (grilled). A large fliet of what seemed to be Dorado, on a tosted bun. Very good. The wife chose the Thai boneless wings rice bowl. She was equally impressed "not overly spicy. " The mother-in-law had the crispy chicken salad. She especially enjoyed the onion pedals. It appears Tuseday is kids day - with face painting. I reccomend go before 5pm.
3 based on 185 reviews
Three of us stopped in Friday night for dinner, after learning that there was no wait for a table at 8:00 pm. This was our first experience with Crazy Gator, and we ended up here because the wait was lengthy at another area establishment.Because my 3-year old granddaughter accompanied us, I was slightly uncomfortable upon entering a large, rather crowded and rather rowdy bar area with a few dining tables, before discovering that the back of the building contains the dining room overlooking a lake. The hostess advised us to sit anywhere, and we opted for a booth.There is no cocktail list, but Crazy Gator has a full bar. My son was disappointed to learn that only one IPA beer was available - Goose Island. He ordered it and was surprised when it was delivered in a beer mug about the size of a teacup. The appetizer menu contained gator tail. I hadn't touched gator tail in 15 years, since partaking in a greasy, fatty serving of gator tail hors d'oeuvres at a St Augustine restaurant. But my son convinced me to try Cajun Gator ($10.99), deep fried and served with honey mustard sauce. It was actually very tasty - reminded me of light white chicken meat.My entree was Cantina Chicken, a marinated grilled chicken breast topped with a secret sauce, cheddar cheese, and crunchy tortilla chip strips. It was served with yellow rice and "lime corn" - just delicious. And very reasonably priced at $12.99.My son ordered Surf and Turf dinner @ $18.99, including a top sirloin steak and fried shrimp. He said the steak was incredible and the shrimp were perfect. My daughter-in-law ordered chicken tenders and fries for herself and the little one, which they both enjoyed. The only less than stellar part of the dining experience was our server. She was cold, abrupt, didn't crack a smile, and didn't seem knowledgeable. We inquired as to whether the restaurant serves real butter for the potatoes (we won't eat margarine), and she had no idea. She seemed reluctant to ask the kitchen, but she came back with two plastic containers of yellow-ish spread and said she thought they were real butter. She didn't know if the bar carried citrus vodka either, but did offer to find out. You can choose indoor or outdoor dining adjacent to the lake, but it was so dark that we could barely see the lake. We sat inside.I wouldn't hesitate to return to Crazy Gator next time I'm in the area. Hopefully we'd get a different server.
4 based on 399 reviews
Well guys and girls Iâm sorry we didnât fly out sea plane into this place for a late night dinner, but maybe next time we can. I ordered the fish and chips which the cod was very tasty alongside the house chips that was just off the chain.
4 based on 711 reviews
Kitchen open till mid-night 7 days a week. We are an authentic British Gastro-pub specialising in full English breakfast, carvery roast dinners, real fish n chips with hand-cut triple-cooked fries and mushy peas and many other dishes using imported Britis
We went on a Saturday afternoon for lunch. I had been looking so forward to going for some time. Iâd read lots of good reviews on Tripadvisor. Well, our experience was not good at all. Server started off ok. Took our drink orders and our app order of scotch eggs. The eggs had no flavor whatsoever. Which was strange, because I have had them before, at another English Pub and they were delicious. On to the main dish order. My husband ordered fish and chips. I tried to order two different things, to be told they didnât have what I wanted. So, I ended up ordering something that I really didnât want. Some kind of chicken with mushroom pie. Only 1 mushroom in it and it was this tiny little bowl. $14 was outrageous for what I got. My husbands fish and chips were greasy and the supposed 3 time fried homemade ff were lucky if they got one fry. Some were actually al dente. Our waitress never came over to ask how everything was. We had to wait 20 minutes to finally get our bill. We paid $50 for a meal that was just awful! I so wanted to rave about our visit, but unfortunately it was nothing to rave about.
4 based on 37 reviews
Quaint Wine Bar serving wine, beer, appetizers, homemade soups, salads, sandwiches, and seasonal specials.
I've been here before and this time two friends who had never been decided to join me. First the place was to open at 4PM and didn't until about 10 min after 4. The owner opened and was somewhat grumpy and didn't acknowledge he was late. Then they forgot our waters and seemed to dote on their "regulars" and we had to ask for everything we needed, including refills on our wines. We did get the spinach dip with our wine and it came only warm and was just OK.It was a bad first impression for my friends.
4 based on 189 reviews
While spending some time in Eustis this weekend with a friend of mine, we stumbled across The Oyster Troff. It was a quaint bright little bar with ample seating at 2 bars and more seating in the back at tables. We certainly didn't expect to get the great food that we got. I'm hesitant ordering raw oysters but gave it a shot. While we waited for our oysters, we enjoyed cold beer and funny conversation from other patrons who were mostly locals. The oyster shucker (who was funny and amazingly accurate at shucking) came out and shucked the dozen oysters that we ordered right in front of us and dropped the shells right on the bar in front of us. They were HUGE and amusingly sweet and delicious! Our bartender was super friendly and never left us without a cold beer in front of us. We also decided to take a shot an appetizer that were Crab Cluster for $9. I assumed it would be a tiny cluster but when the cluster came out we were floored how large it was. It tasted amazing and for the price, it was more than worth it! It was fabulous. ( note, I lived in Alaska and have encountered some amazing crabs but these were right ay the top of the list!!) We were super happy with every thing The Oyster Troff had to offer including service, value and quality! Kuddos to you Oyster Troff!! Amazing job!We enjoyed it so much, we went back for repeats on Sunday! Duplicate! Same great food and same great service! Thanks again The Oyster Troff! You should give lessons on how to do things the right way!!! 5 stars and a big hellllll yeahhh to you!!
4 based on 184 reviews
I have had battered fried mushrooms everywhere and never had them sliced before!! These are Amazing and Plentiful.... a nice big bowl fullâ£ï¸Get them with their fried wings... with sauce in any flavor you can imagine. Or you can always get oneof their delicious Hamburgers! Yum! Perfect Pub Food
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