We went to City Grill after moving a student into Purdue. We found the menu to be quite extensive, a large variety of foods, including breakfast. We stopped there at an odd hour, between 3:30-4:00 in the afternoon. Our table ordered the BBQ pulled pork, the BBQ bacon hamburger, and a meal-type salad. The BBQ sauce is sweet and tasty. The hamburger was huge. The pork BBQ was so big you couldn't pick it up. Waffle fries were good and plentiful. Salad was fresh. Our server was attentive, even though she was the only one working the 4 or 5 tables of customers at the time. The artifacts sitting around as decorations are interesting. Nothing is shiny, bright and new at this place, but if you want large servings at a reasonable price, this is the ticket.
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