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The Jello museum sent me over and I’m glad they did. My wife had the garlic lovers special (veggies, pasta and other stuff. I was intrigued by the home made meatloaf with ham and cheese. We are on a long trip, wow I was hoping...More
Heard about D&R from a work mate. We decided tonight on a whim to try it. Great move. Very neat and homey place. Food very very good and "down home" - home made. Staff excellent. Will definitely be back. Make reservations for sure.
I ordered the Filet Mignon open face sandwich and was served a dried up, tiny piece of meat on a piece of burnt toast. The side of garlic pasta was watery and tasteless. The baked sweet potato was the only thing that was worth eating....More
What a great olace for a lunch with a special friend. The menu is wonderful with several items for people on restricted diets. The restaurant was busy but you got the full attention. A special treat was the scissors with the onion soup and the...More
We choose the D & R because it is always good and the place is very quaint.
Our fish took some time, due to the place very busy, but was hot. The coleslaw came before the main course and it was great.
Service is always...More
Just out of the blue we choose the D & R Depot for dinner rather than leftovers.
The were very busy and almost full but we got a table for two in a few short minutes.
We both had drinks, wine for her,...More
This is our new favorite restaurant the waitress was great drinks were very good food was delish warm homemade rolls breads and muffins I had the monsoon salad with chicken it came with a mustard poppyseed dressing so good We can't wait to go back...More
We stopped in for lunch, intentionally looking for a local spot rather than a chain restaurant. We were immediately greeted and seated. We enjoyed the decor, which was relevant to the building's history, and we felt the "train on the ceiling" was a quirky conversation...More