We've been to Abby Park several times in the last two years. It delivers. The food is mostly new American with some old Italian favorites like pizza ($14-$16).
We like the hamburgers, lamb or beef ($12). The salad was also good, small and pricey. Other eaters liked the pork tenderloin ($19), the portabello mushroom ravioli ($18) and the miso salmon ($25). You'll also find beef tenderloin ($36) and chicken saltimbocca ($22).
The bar gets loud. The service is prompt. If you're looking for vegetables, you can order sides ($5-$7) like mushrooms, asparagus, string beans, or roasted onions. I ordered baby bok choy; baby is descriptive.
It turns out my favorite reason for eating at Abby Park is The Blue Hotel with Mimi McCaffrey. They're a jazz combo that plays the Great American Songbook as well as your favorite or at least my favorite standards from rock & roll, country, pop and blues. And oh boy, can Mimi sing. If you're in Milton Sunday, June 17, stop in between 6 and 9 pm. No cover and there's free parking behind the restaurant.
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