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I've been seeing great reviews on this place from our local FB pages and finally had a chance to try their breakfast. The place is small, which I like and the service was awesome.
Great food - I chose an omelet, hash browns, bacon and...More
Wooden Barrel is decent casual restaurant, serving breakfast lunch and dinner. Most seating at tables, some tall chairs in the bar. I’ve had omelettes for breakfast, most recently mushroom-swiss burger and a beer for lunch. Terrific food and friendly service.
The food is ok for the price. The service was quick. Ok size portions.
Best part of meal was the coffee.
Second best was bacon. It was crisp but not burnt.
The biscuit and gravy was bad. Did not taste homemade.
Ate here for breakfast one Saturday morning. Us and one other table in the whole place. Not too clean, but server was cleaning the floor as we waited for our food. The food was good, not spectacular. The ceiling tiles had remnants of water damage...More
Since this place opened, we've been wanting to check it out. Environment was dark, and not particularly clean. Both of us ordered the reuben sandwich. Although there was only one other family eating in the restaurant at the time, I found that the service was...More
Husband and I decided to give this establishment a try, missed having a local pub food restaurant close to home. Unfortunately we won’t be going back. Service was painfully slow; took forever-ok 20 minutes-to get our drinks. Dinner took nearly an hour. We had a...More
This place is near home, I have noticed it several times. Never looks busy, looking for a Sunday after church place for breakfast. The breakfast part of the menu has all the expected items. My wife and I both decided on the omelets. I had...More
This is a local place and we were here right after they opened. They were OK but just so-so. They took over the empty spot previously known as the Crocked Nail, one of our favorite local restaurants so we were expecting more. We felt it...More