This is a local bar and grill. Our party of 5 arrived around noon on Sunday and luckily scored a table in about 5 minutes. The place was packed with people enjoying Sunday football on multiple screens and getting an early morning buzz.
To be honest, what made us seek this place out was a picture of their loaded Bloody Mary that I saw on Facebook. So 3 of us ordered the monstrosity for our lunch. It starts with a double Bloody Mary in a large glass and is adorned with a green olive-pearl onion-greenbean-peppercini spear, celery, bacon, a full soft pretzle, a hamburger slider, and a chicken drumette, with a shot of beer on the side. The accrouments were on long wooden spikes to keep them above rim so they did not get soggy. This is their basic loaded Mary, with more items available to add at extra cost (we noticed our neighbors added mozarella sticks to their's.) $15
So one other person in our party order chicken nachos, and the fifth person is a kid who had a hot dog and fries. The nachos were significantly sized and came with fresh sliced jalapenos.
I wish I could properly review the food, but we didn't order any extra. The menu appeared to be varied and reasonable.
Being on a Sunday football morning, besides being crowded, the restaurant was loud. And the service from the bar and kitchen was slow. It took 30 minutes to get our Bloody Mary's and another 10 minutes before the nachos and hot dog arrived. The waiter recognized the problem and volunteerily reduced our bill by 10%.
Most of the issues were not a big deal, especially by the time we drained our Bloody Mary's. We do plan on trying it again when they are less crowded.
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