We love the steak and prime rib here. There is not a ton of seating and we've left before due to long waits. They usually have a special and are always good with service. We plan to call ahead next time to see the wait...More
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Small on the outside, big on the inside. Wood finish with partitions between booths. Home cooked food, not fast nor chain restaurant. In the heart of Great Bridge near City Hall. Easy parking. Get there early. Recommended for travelers who need a good meal but...More
Great lunch and dinner place. Good salads, club sandwich and dinner entres. Small, quaint place in a neighborhood shopping center, but a nice place. Family-owned for many years.
Not a good place - right round the corner from my home but will NEVER go back. Service was poor food was average and cost was high
I want to really love this place but the food is always lacking salt and the "award winning" She-Crab soup is always disappointing no matter how much salt or sherry I add. The crab cake sandwich is okay. Perhaps they are catering the elderly population's...More
2 coffees, one Oyster dinner, 1 king cut prime rib dinner. Lots of hot crispy coated fresh oysters. Prime rib huge snd tender. $58.00 including tax. Service at Court House Cafe is a team effort, anyone passing our table asks how things are; pick up...More
A locals favorite and not too far off the path to the Outer Banks. Known for their prime rib. Bar is fully stocked and the bar tender knows what she is doing.
My husband and I love to have dinner and drinks here! They have awesome Prime Rib, She crab soup and awesome seafood!!!! The only downfall is that they are closed on Sundays:(
2 people 1 drink, 1 oyster dinner, one surf and turf. $60 bucks including tax and tip. Needed go boxes fow what we couldn't finish. Surf and turf consisted if 5 butterfly shrimp and a 12 oz prime rib. Could have used more shrimp. The...More