Way over priced.They made a big deal about cooking a blt,its not on the breakfast menu.Small,crampt and generally unpleasant.Service is nothing to get excited about.Save your go somewhere else.
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Yum - like my favorite thing in the world is their mason dixon omlette with country ham and cream cheese they will warn you to taste before salting - and they are right as the ham is so salty already but yum yum yum so...More
The Grill at Great Bridge I went early (about 11am) so I could avoid the crowds if there was one...and when I arrived there was just a single customer in there. This place is small. I think it had maybe 6-8 stools at a counter...More
Great food. It's gotten a lot of awards. Just don't be in a hurry, it takes a while, but worth it. Eggnog French toast in winter season is delicious. We get their homemade key lime pie by the whole pie; it's that good. Limited seating,...More
We're new to the area and it took a local to point us in the right direction. Now that we've had breakfast at the Grill, we won't go anywhere else. The french toast of the week is always inspired and you can't go wrong with...More
We love coming here for breakfast. It is better than making it myself. We are always so full when we leave that we don't each lunch. It is family owned and operated. There is always a good conversation going on while you eat. It is...More
Have been going here for years. It is located in a small cinder block building and the food is great. Owners, Gary and Ann, are very friendly. All food is prepared by owner, Gary, and is delicious.
A friend recommended this place for its authentic Philly cheese steaks - and since I am a transplant from Philadelphia and conducting an ongoing search for the real thing, my wife and I met her there. Although the place touts the rolls are brought in...More