My wife loved the tomato cheese soup. I love Reubens so I ordered that. I was disappointed. Rye bread didn't look or taste like rye. Sandwich was small for the price and their kettle chips did not impress me.
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Service was excellent. Food was very good. Grilled sandwiches were tasty and reasonably priced. A must if you're in the area.
Issac's is known for unique sandwiches, all of which are named after birds! Soups and salads available as well as the usual desserts. This particular location is bright and cheery, the wait staff prompt and courteous, and the food is tasty. Usually a mixture of...More
This is a chain of approximately 20 restaurants. It is nice & comfortable, with a good menu. Other than that the restaurant is average.
A local small chain, Isaac's seems very well appreciated by the lunch crowds. The service is fast and friendly. The sandwiches are mostly $7 to $10 dollars, and if eating in, come with a colorful medley of potato, sweet potato and beet chips. To go...More
We stopped here for a late lunch. We were given a small plate of pickles to nosh on while we looked over the menu. Our sandwiches were excellent.
Stopped by at Isaac's for a sandwich. Always get the Pterodactyl. Sandwich was very good. Other had the tuna mixed salad - very good. Pickles are always enjoyed. Wait staff attentive and pleasant.
Stopped here for sandwiches while visiting the Train Museum nearby. I was surprised by the variety and exceptional flavors here. I had the wasabi cole slaw (right? who saw that coming) and a tasty sandwich on a pretzel bun with house made potato chips. I...More