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Stopped by with my wife and brother-in-law who had just moved to Northfield. We all had burgers. They were very good. Fries, Onion Rings and shakes were good too. Next time will probably try the chicken and/or ribs.
Enjoyed Great Broasted Chicken Dinner here while on a three getaway to Northfield. Happened in on a night when the special was a 4 piece chicken dinner with 2 sides. Total bill was about 22 bucks, and the chicken was unbelievable. It's an order at...the counter process, with service to the table.More
Had supper here with my family of four recently while staying in town down at the Fairfield Inn. Very cool old fashioned diner with all the classics, lots of dinners and sandwiches to choose from. Place was decked out for Christmas...very cool. All the gals...working there were very helpful and friendly. Nice job!More
Thank you to the Quarterback Club for catering for Carleton Football games and being so helpful! For helpful staff inside the restaurant, and for great just like mom makes food! You are a great asset to the town of Northfield!
Made a quick stop in Northfield for gas on the way back home from the Twin Cities, and stepped back in time for carry out at Quarterback Club. Our cashier/waitress was extremely helpful, asking us first if we had ever been there before, then diving...into a description of the different menu items, before highly recommending the Superburger, her personal favorite. When we opted for fries as a side, she asked how we felt about ranch as a dip. Though we felt pretty neutral about it, she insisted we try their homemade ranch with the fries. Oh my gosh, was she right. The ranch. The fries. Like a loaded baked potato you can eat with your fingers. Heaven. The burgers (a Superburger and a Chipotle Fullback with bacon added) were also delicious. You could taste the flames in every bite, like a home-grilled burger. And though we were only there for 5 minutes before getting back on the road, the restaurant itself was a picture of decades past: fliers at the entrance greeted area college students; plastic letters on a backlit menu board listed burgers, sides, dinners, and drinks; and, wooden banquets flanked the wood-paneled walls, adorned with black and white and sepia-toned pictures of little league baseball teams from bygone eras. Go to the Quarterback Club, get the fries and ranch. You won’t regret it.More