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The food and service are significantly better than the first year they were open. They also have meatless burgers. It’s kind of pricey for Adrian. The bar selection is limited, and the wine choices are pretty sad. Our server did not wear a mask. Others...have reported the same safety issue, so we won’t be returning until outdoor dining resumes.More
My friend and I both ordered burgers - great burgers. But, we had to wait to be seated while the waitress farted around doing busy work. Once seated, we had to ask for menus. We waited quite a while to order, then waited way too...long for the food to arrive. Other tables were served much faster. Our waitress failed to come by after we were served to check to see if we needed anything (we did). And, most of the staff were wearing their masks on their chins - even when directly speaking with customers and handling clean plates. Not cool! Plus, at least one waiter dragged glasses thru the ice cubes to fill them. That's a no no. There just seemed to be no one in charge, no one making sure things were done right. Our waitress dropped napkins and silver on the floor in the aisle and we watched several staff members walk right over it all without stopping to pick it up. Overall - very poorly managed.More
In town on business, I asked Adrian-based friends where to have lunch and was directed here. On Main Street two blocks from the County Courthouse, Chomp Burger is on a corner with a large parking lot which wraps around the back and side. The parking...lot entrance is a little uninviting and it took a while for the hostess to appear but once seated I was prompted attended to. They have a wonderful selection of appetizers (including deep fried pickles!) soups, sandwiches, burgers, and bratwursts. I asked my server to name the three best things on the menu and she quickly did so. I ordered the Ashdown Brat Burger, which is beef and a grilled bratwurst topped with sauteed onions (hold the green peppers) and house-made beer cheese on a brioche bun, which goes for $14.75, along with the Loaded Baked Potato Soup ($3.75). They arrived at my table without delay, looking beautiful and were delicious. Chomp's has a very large fish tank in the center of the circular bar which is stocked with an array of fish, some quite large, but no one working there could identify any by species. I told them as I left they should get a list to hand out to inquisitive customers.More
Found this place after attending a play at The Croswell. Very busy on a Saturday night. We opted to sit at bar to eat our dinner. Bartender was friendly and engaging and working her butt off. We opted for burgers which were delicious and huge....We loved the atmosphere of this place as well as the food. Will definitely return!More
3 of us stopped for lunch after golfing and all 3 of us were disappointed with the quality of our food. Dave ordered chicken strips that had so much breading he had a hard time biting ino them . He said he would take them...home to eat as he had a chisel he could use. Henry got the regular burger with the fries and commented they were both over cooked and dry. I also got the regular vintage burger with hot pepper cheese(extra charge $1.25 that they forgot to put on the burger) that was asked to be cooked medium which was over cooked and had no flavor of beef. The only thing I could taste was all of the extra mustard that over whelmed the total cheeseburger without the cheese. The baked potato soup was so thick my spoon would stand upright without falling over. It was like a super thick gravy. Karen was the best part of this experience as she was friendly, attentave and served some nice cold beer. Next time we will go to the "Hoagie Man Deli" and get a drink later.More