Groton in United States, from Nouth America region, is best know for Takeout. Discover best restaurants in Groton with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
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4.5 based on 517 reviews
Went to the inside restaurant for the first time. It was a charming little spot with all kinds of interesting gift shop items, including a lot of country fare. I loved that I could order a half sandwich and not waste food.
4 based on 141 reviews
The Bull Run in Shirley, MA is a full service, farm-to-table restaurant and concert venue housed in an historic Tavern & open Wed-Sun for lunch & dinner. Our menus change seasonally and we have a full bar including local brews on tap. We have two concert rooms, one seating 300 & another seating 65 and we feature national & regional acts across every genre of music as well as stand up comedy. Come for appetizers, a full dinner, brunch, lunch, pizza or dessert. We make everything from scratch, buy from the local family farms of Central New England & support the local community. Don't miss the legendary Egopantis who sees all from his perch above our back-to-back fireplaces!
We had a great wedding at the bull run. It was one of the best days of our lives! We only have a couple things we truly wished would have been addressed so we could have given this venue a better rating. The staff at Bull Run was unprofessional on the day of our wedding, and we felt like we had been financially taken advantage of. We had tried to pay our final dues the night before (so we wouldn't have to worry on our day) but the cashier at the front couldn't figure out what we owed, so we left and had to do it on our day. We specifically told Amanda we didn't want liquor at our open bar, in the contract, in person, MULTIPLE times. Of course, after our ceremony we come inside and discover everyone has been drinking liquor at the open bar for the past hour and a half. $600 worth of our tab. We were extremely distressed and Amanda didn't apologize or even act surprised. Furthermore her staff gave us attitude when we informed them of their mistake. We were not reimbursed for this and it ate up our bar tab. We also told amanda in writing AND in person that we were doing a $1000 open bar. We told her to let us know when it reached that amount and we would decide then if we would increase the amount. She never approached us. At the end of the night we had a bar tab of $2000. We were angry and upset but we paid our bill because who wants to argue a tab at the end of their wedding night? Again- we had an extraordinary wedding with our family and friends, largely in part to the beautiful setting and delicious food. It was unfortunate that were taken advantage of by having our bar tab ran up twice as much, and the professionalism of the staff and management of the Bull Run were extremely lacking. Because of this, we would not be comfortable recommending this venue to friends or family.
Mike and Morgan Volta
4.5 based on 222 reviews
Who knew that an outpost Italian restaurant, that started as aTexaco station, could rival the North End? While the prices may seem a bit steep, the ample portions and quality keep the locals coming back.
4 based on 218 reviews
Great food, friendly service, and terrific social setting. I particularly love their 5 star nachos and steak tip salad. Yummmm. Wonderful happy hour, early bird, and children's menus. Just be warned that the bar and sports broadcasts can make for a rowdy and raucous room.
4.5 based on 68 reviews
This is a yummy, local ice cream stand staffed by local kids. They make delicious Sundaes and have a large menu of ice cream, which we try to eat through each season. If you're in the 'hood, stop by for a scoop. And, if you're cute, you might get a double!
4 based on 40 reviews
Thought we’d try them as we like to support local businesses. Small and crowded (a good sign?). We didn’t see anything saying wait to be seated or if there was table service so we asked a harried looking waitperson. She said order up front first then sit down. Ok, ordered our breakfast and sat down. Tables were dirty and after we sat, we figured you have to get your own table condiments and silverware. No problem just wished someone said something. We get it , they’re busy. Food was delivered to our table and was good. Had pancakes, eggs etc. Was expensive for what we got considering everything else and didn’t get the orange juice or extras we paid for. It was our first time there, so maybe we should give them a second chance?
3.5 based on 5 reviews
Was staying at a hotel about 0.5 miles away and it took me like 10 minutes to get here due to traffic on Montvale Ave in the morning. So depending on time of day, getting in and out of this place can be very difficult. I needed to make a left when leaving the place, and that simply wasn't going to happen. As for the DD itself, it's fine with quick and friendly service. No drive-thru at this location. Plenty of seating indoors and like most DD's these days, free WiFi is provided.
4.5 based on 123 reviews
This is a hidden gem on Main Street in Ayer. Everything on the menu is delicious. We had visitors from CA who are real foodies and they raved about it.
4.5 based on 39 reviews
Stopped in here for an early lunch, late breakfast and we were not disappointed.
The diner itself is quaint with a 50's theme to it. The wait staff has uniforms that resemble those from Arnold's Diner in the Happy Days sitcom. The booths were comfortable, our order was taken fast, and the meals arrived quite quickly. Mom had the short stack of French Toast (3 THICK slices) and loved it. I had the Rachel sandwich (a Reuben substituting Turkey for corned beef) that came with fries and a pickle) and that was also quite good.
The prices might be a little steep for Pepperell, but overall it was a good experience and good chow.
5 based on 22 reviews
First timer here and found it a bit too “packaged” and not so comfortable as a real local coffeehouse, but it is certainly far better than starmuck and the like. Espresso was good but not great. Bakery items all looked delicious and the chocolate croissant I devoured certainly was.
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