Great cocktail and wine list, nice interior but very cold inside. Service was friendly. Food was decent but nothing special.
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I have enjoyed this location a couple of times. The food is good and the plate sizes are small which I prefer. can be a little noisy if you are there with someone who struggles with white noise.
I was very impressed with the customer service at Provo. I had to change my reservation several times in the same week (for a work function) and they were always pleasant and accommodating (even when I screwed up the booking date). We ended up sitting...More
What a find. We had almost walked into the AGO bistro for lunch when I suggested to my wife that we Google a restaurant that is really good and close by. And voila - we go to Provo. My wife had the jerk chicken burger,...More
A trip to Toronto with my daughter and her guy started with a late brunch at Provo. The sun was pouring in the front windows - beautiful on a late autumn day. Service was pleasant but a bit slow as the wait staff doubled as...More
Delicious chicken/waffles and also a salad. Perfect brunch before seeing the museum across the street. Nice, casual atmosphere. Didn't have time enough to return, but would have!
stopped for drinks on our walk to meet friends at Provo. God it was the service better then Jack Astors on University. At Provo they were prompt, likeable and personable. I ended up getting the Ardberg single malt scotch and my spouse got the house...More
We loved the atmosphere at this place, the waitress, the beer, the price. We went there to taste a Tagliere we saw on Instagram just like those we had in Italy and It did not disappoint us at all. I recommend.
Dining on Thursday night...there about 6:30 pm. Not very busy. Had a great waiter, Dan. Very attentive. Oysters plentiful @ $1.00 each. House wine $5. But then it came to the dessert. I had asked to have a decafe coffee with it. No, sorry I...More