My wife and I have been dining at Friday, Saturday, Sunday since we were first married in the 1980s and lived in the neighborhood. It was (and remains) a great place for a low key dinner with a significant other or with friends. It has always been known for its wine values (a surprisingly low markup over PA's state store prices) and this (fortunately!) is still true.
On our most recent visit, we ate downstairs for the first time in years. The service was, as ever, attentive and the servers (including the host who helped at times; we had the attention of three people and no one responded with "I'll get your server" when the server was occupied at another table, she or he just took care of issue). The downstairs is somewhat brighter and livelier than the upstairs and is perhaps better for groups than couples. Despite being seated next to a party of "load talkers" (who seemed obsessed with bragging of their success and the costs of the items they bought), for the most part, the liveliness did not interfere with my conversation with my partner, only I learned far too much about the occupants of the adjoining table. I'd likely return to the quieter upstairs (same menu, same drinks, same service) in the future.
The printed menu consists of a range of dishes that should please the palates of most modern American diners, supplemented with a small number of seasonal specials. I started with a chilled pear and fennel soup, followed with the crab cakes and closed with blueberry bread pudding. My partner began with a cream of mushroom soup, followed with the pork loin and had a Grand Marnier crème brûlée for dessert. Everything was excellent and fairly priced.
For me, Friday, Saturday, Sunday offer very good food and wine coupled with friendly service at very fair prices.
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