4.5 based on 201 reviews
This place never disappoints. The service is always friendly, the food is always fresh and lots of flavor no matter if you get a sub, platter or pizza. The ice cream is awesome. We never hesitate to go back.
4.5 based on 230 reviews
We went to Carson’s Creekside for the Easter brunch buffet. The restaurant is situated, as the name implies, next to the water. On a busy day such as Easter Sunday the parking is very tight. We were warmly greeted when we walked through the door, twenty minutes prior to our reserved time. However, our table was available and so we were seated. Our waitress, who was polite and attentive, asked what we would like to drink. She took our orders and said that we were welcome to go up to the buffet when we were ready. When I returned I could not believe that the coffee was served in a paper cup! For some reason this struck a nerve! The food from the buffet was average to very good depending on what you chose. I was surprised to hear during our meal that the Easter brunch buffet was $25/person After hearing this I made sure that I went back to the buffet for more! A price of $18-20 would have seemed more reasonable but clearly, based on the full restaurant, the price did not deter people from coming. I will return, but on a regular Sunday. I will pass on the Easter brunch buffet next year.
4.5 based on 54 reviews
Came here with friends for lunch. One of the people in our group new the owner. We were treated like royalty. Everyone shared in several appetizer plates with included the calamari which was excellent. Light flavorful and NOT greasy which some places serve. The bruschetta was also excellent. Everyone really enjoyed their entrees and they all looked really good. I ordered the eggplant parmesan, and while it was very good I would have much rather preferred a traditional red sauce as opposed to the bolognese sauce they serve with it. Everyone had a great time and the service was excellent. Not a fancy place, more of a family place. Prices were also very good. Highly recommend.
4 based on 72 reviews
A family style bar/restaurant with the hint of a ski lodge theme that seems to service mostly locals. We arrived before the dinner rush and were promptly seated. The waiter came by numerous times to ensure everything was fine. The food was good although a bit pricey for what it was; $12 for a burger or cheese steak sandwich. Develop the lodge theme and Gunpowder Lodge could become a very quaint and cozy restaurant to go to. I don't live near it, but would return if I was in the area.
4.5 based on 90 reviews
Mission BBQ had excellent service, great food and a very clean dining room and restroom. Add that up, plus it's commitment to veteran causes and it's a winner!
Very tasty "moist" brisket, pulled pork and sides at our table. The Mac & cheese was very good and the baked beans had delicious chunks of brisket in it - win/win! From what I saw any of the bbq options are solid - the pork, beef, and ribs all looked excellent. I will be back when I'm next in the area.
We were having a late dinner and I was able to catch part of the college football game after I finished the brisket. I enjoyed looking at the memorabilia on the walls and I'm very happy to support a business who is squarely behind our servicemen and women.
4.5 based on 147 reviews
At suggestion of friend we decided to go here for my wife's birthday dinner. Was very pleased with the service, Sheire, menu was great...too many favorites to choose from. Settled on the meat loaf and was not disappointed. Oysters were fresh and tasty, my Dark and Stormy drink was best so far. Overall, a very plesant experience. Will be back.
4.5 based on 53 reviews
Go to the back to order hot takeout meals, you will have to talk to the counter person since nothing seemed to be really defined. The board listed the specials and look at what's in the warming case. Chicken breast was tough and dry, bourbon Turkey was good. Sides were good and corn bread the best thing. Got some pie in the market and resisted looking at more snacks but there is a lot to choose from. Overall very good to take back to the hotel to eat and had leftovers to take home. Best to plan on take away but there was some limited seating outside.
4 based on 115 reviews
Breakfast like it was in the fifties, so other reviewers write. But if I was a kid in the fifties and I could go out to a restaurant in the 50’s... I’d choose to come here for their wide selection...somewhat like those famous Greek diners...MoreWe are so happy to hear you had a great experience! we hope to see you again soon!
4.5 based on 201 reviews
Conveniently located about 1 mile east of Martins Sate Airport and Rt 43.Just before Bengies Drive In Theatre. Plenty of parking. By The Docks strives to provide a pleasurable dining experience at moderate prices with generous portions by offering an extensive seafood, steak & pasta menu in an atmosphere with an attentive, efficient and friendly staff. SErving Saturday & Sunday Brunch.
Our family made reservations for the Saturday Brunch. Excellent service and delish food. Made to order omelets, grits, shimp, raw oysters, Caesar salad, breakfast items with carved beef are on the buffet menu. If you have room left, assortment of delectable desserts. Can't beat the $1 per drink of Mimosa or Bloody Mary, only available at this price on Saturday. Our visit was great and we WILL be back.
4.5 based on 55 reviews
I usually get the brisket, I loved it, true southern style. Along with the mac and cheese and the green beans, again southern style with ham. My husband loves the Turkey there it is lean breast meat but super juicy. I would highly recommend the place they are all about those in the military or police force.
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