East Coast Cookery has protential, but I feel fails to capture the area's bar scene. The menu is too large, and the food is middle of the road. Although they do use real cheese steak, which I have to say is probably the best thing on the menu. It's obvious they need a better marketing scheme because I went to the bar in the middle of December and their still serving Sam. Adams October fest. I feel they can succeed with a menu over haul, maybe offer the dinning room dinning menu's and the bar a bar menu.
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