It is under construction. It use to do a great business before it moved locations. Once it moved it took forever to open. Once it opened, it closed soon after. Will it ever open again?
We had a group of four including a vegetarian. All enjoyed our meals, the pork loin dinner and hungarian sausage dinner were especially good. Great service, good drink and beer selections. They actually had Alaskan Amber on draft which is the furtherst east I have found it. It was very busy so a wait for a table might be necessary.
After the building was moved from Washington ave to Veterans ave, and the restaurant was closed for several months for remodeling, it finally opened up again. So we tried it out. We were not happy. The menu selection was horrible, and the food wasn't much better. They are trying too hard to be a fancy dancy place, my advice, get... More
My husband & I have been to The Binkery a few times. Last nite we took friends there for dinner. We had the most fabulous server: Vickie. She was most attentive & full of personality. We each ordered something different (apps & sandwiches)...and each of us was extremely pleased with our food. Whether you are looking for a full dinner... More
The Binkery is situated in a lovely building. The food, however, is not so lovely. We have visited twice in the past few months. We have tried the small and large plates. Each dish is very oily; soups, pork fettuccine, pasta carbonara, cassoulet. The time from ordering the food to actually receiving the food, is entirely too long.
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