The Hideway is closed. this now a pizza place with a very rude hostess. You can still see the Hideaway sign, but above it says Pizza Company. We might have stayed if the hostess hadn't been so rude.
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I had the ribs that were awesome, My meal came with soup, salad, bread and choice of potato. The décor has room for improvement with the walls that are red and the chairs are a bit uncomfortable, My wife had the Ribeye steak and said...More
Well worth the price. The steaks were perfectly grilled. The salad was great, cheesy bread and a baked potato made a substantial meal with leftovers. Family-oriented. Friendly & low-key.
Friendly place both staff and other patrons. The place was not crowded so we struck up conversations with other patrons which is not typical in a restaurant setting. I am at a loss to describe what we ordered for dinner as I usually take the...More
Friendly service, they were still accepting us as patrons despite the fact they were closing soon. The hours published on the web at different places are not 100% accurate. With the current ownership they are closing at some days as early as 8:30pm. So call...More
OMG.... Thank goodness for the meat..SOUP... Was like stone soup.? Chopped potatoes with watered down milk? -- still not sure what it was?..Salad ... Lackluster? Mostly lettuce.. As for bar... Waitress didn't know how to make a martini....Decor...throwback?...
I read many reviews before deciding to go to this restaurant. What others said about he decor is true. It is a throwback to 1970's with banquet chairs that have no padding so feels like sitting on wood. The menu is basic, for a "steakhouse"...More
Saturday night 4th of July weekend On arrival, down by the tracks, this is nothing special to look at; don't be afraid! Get in and eat. It is pleasantly dark with deep red/maroon walls, tables set with table cloths and the napkins displayed in the...More