One must first consider the type of the place this is -- an old-school, cafeteria-style restaurant like those from my childhood (60's - 70's). Does it compare with fine-dining restaurants? Of course not, but for what it is Sign of the Beefcarver does it better than anyone else. Multiple selections sure to please everyone in the family, ample portions, and a pleasant and quiet atmosphere in which to dine. Roast beef and scrod are served everyday, with other entrees served on a rotating basis daily. Although a cafeteria, waitresses take your tray and drink to your table for you, and provide refills when needed. Staff was very nice and genuinely interested in taking care of customers.
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