Beautiful old building. Had A delicious hamburger with a lot of bacon on it. Prices were reasonable and staff very pleasant.
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We’re just passing through on a trip from Michigan, but our first-time-ever dinner at Berry’s this evening was an absolute delight! Warm welcomes as we walked in the door, a very friendly, knowledgeable and attentive server, clean, comfortable and elegant atmosphere in a beautifully-restored historical...More
What a charming place! Beautiful old building. Food tasted like home-cooking. I had the Cranberry Orange Chicken - best chicken dish ever! My husband had steak - so good. The salad was probably out of a bag - a few browning wilted lettuce leaves. The...More
Passing through and thought we'd try Berry's for dinner. Lovely old building, with plenty of ambiance and beautifully appointed. It's a bit dark because of the dark wood and dark walls and ceiling, but still very nice. They seemed to be short-handed - the gal...More
The best perch I have ever had and the service was wonderful. My partner and I really, really enjoyed it.
The decor inside is very cool. The service was slow and it was not busy. The food was good but it took too long to get it.
My wife and I used to eat here a lot and the food used to be great. Over the past year though we have noticed that the standard of the food has slipped terribly. Three weeks ago was the last time we ate at Berry's....More
We were looking for a nice mom and pop restaurant for breakfast; Berry’s looked the part. We walked in around eleven on a Saturday morning. Two tables with customers in the entire place. The hostess proceeded to try and seat us at a table in...More
Been putting this off for quite some time, always forgetting to post. Anyway, the wife & I have stopped in here a couple of times for dinner & have always gotten a good meal. Her go to favorite here is the spaghetti w/ meat sauce,...More
Been here a handful of times and it never disappoint. Love all that is offered and little of everything for everyone