We stopped on our way to Coopertown and had a wonderful meal!! Great service, food and drinks!! Worth the stop. Very friendly people
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The cafe was crowded on a Saturday night in mid July, but my son and I were seated quickly, and the service was good throughout. Unfortunately the food was not as the menu described. I thought my Parmesan crusted chicken sandwich on French bread sounded delicious, but the chicken was dried out and the bread really so-so, not crusty at... More
Stopped here for dinner on our road trip. The food was amazing and the atmosphere was welcoming and enjoyable. I loved the decor, the music, the friendly staff, and we even bought a t-shirt to commemorate our trip. :) For dessert we ordered the "Good P.M.S.", which was incredible and totally worth it after our long drive up. Great place... More
My son and I were staying in town across the street. We went over for an early dinner and had a very good experience. The restaurant is larger than it appears from the outside. Great craft beer selections, a great, informed, server, and food which we both enjoyed. I had the "Cajun" Beans and Greens with some chicken added. Delicious!
The menu is diverse, with numerous mouthwatering meal descriptions. For appetizers we had the coconut shrimp and artichoke spinach dip. The shrimp were good and the artichoke dip was delicious. For entrees we had the Amore with shrimp; chicken Bayamo, and a ravioli special. All dishes came out hot and were outstanding. We will definitely be making return visits to... More
My oh my, this pub is way bigger inside then it looks outside. Food is amazing, all homemade. Butternut squash soup was perfect, turkey meatballs on a bun with sweet potato fries great! Pulled pork on a bun, we tried 2 pasta dishes they were amazing too. I had a side salad, they offered all their dressing homemade. Prices very... More
We popped off the highway to have dinner here on a Saturday night while traveling east. No tables were available, with good reason, so we sat at the bar and had a delightful experience with Sage, the bartender. My husband enjoyed a lovely penne with blackened tofu, and my grilled avocados with quinoa, corn, crema, and blackened chicken was great... More
Went here on trip advisors recommendations. Nice busy bar on an early Thursday evening. Two excellent female bartenders .Ordered two appetizers, calamari and wontons. Both could have been good but were not hot. Lukewarm food was mentioned in other reviews. Also ordered the voodoo tuna sandwich with a side of Mac and cheese. Same issue... Could have been delicious but... More
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We will be driving from Ottawa to California and would like to stop at the Lost Dog Cafe for lunch on our first day on the road. Seeing as we will not have a great deal of time to wait, can anyone tell us how busy it might be at lunchtime on Friday, January 22nd, 2016? We are aware that this restaurant does not take reservations, so should we stop elsewhere? We have been there before, about three years ago and loved it so would really like to go back.
my son graduates from BSU Saturday and we'd like to come for lunch. do we need to make reservations?