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I was looking for something different in Cooperstown to have dinner. In the past I tended to go to the same places, which I have reviewed in the past. So after reading many different reviews I gave this place a try.
First, Kate, my server...More
We had a party of eleven and came around 2:00 on a Thursday afternoon. The blonde hostess was incredibly rude and said we’d have to wait at least an hour. We asked if it would be quicker if we split up the party into smaller...More
We stopped here because we were staying at a place next store. Katie our waitress suggested the ribs to my husband and he loved them. The French Onion Soup was delicious, only complaint was that it could have been a little hotter but the taste...More
Stopped by here during a busy Monday at the end of the Hall of Fame weekend. This place is a bit hidden and off an alley, but oddly very close to the Baseball Museum. I sat on the 2nd floor and was looking right at...More
We stopped here for lunch after touring the baseball HOF. I had a Yuengling beer $6, and chicken tenders basket $13. The basket came with chips, not fries. My wife had a pulled pork sandwich which also came with chips $12. The chicken tenders were...More
Traveled for HOF Induction and the town was packed. Enjoyed both dinner and lunch from the Back Alley Grille with a minimum wait. Staff was trying so hard to accommodate everyone. It's sad how some people feel so entitled "we're not waiting 30 min". They...More
The food was fair. The servers were friendly. The restaurant is close to the museum (cross at the crosswalk and walk a block down the hill). I had the shrimp wrap. It was just ok. I also ordered sweet potato waffle fries as my side...More