Went for a quick lunch, had sandwiches which were great and some nice cold draft. Enjoyed the atmosphere and service was super as well as the food. Will return when in area
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Little service or concern for the dinner crowd. When we were first seated they tried to put us at a small table, next to the bar in the path of the servers. After complaining, we were brought to the back room. Although it was quiet...More
The Grog is a historic restaurant because of the number of years it has been an establishment. The menu is huge which makes you wonder how much of it can possibly be fresh and how much of it really comes out of a can. The...More
We've been going to the Grog for over 30 years and still love the atmosphere. Very pub like setting. Music downstairs on a regular basis. Love the sweet potato burritos. good food at a good price.
Live music was awesome. We (the three of us) did dine upstairs. Food was good and service was pretty good. Waiter appeared inexperienced. If I visit again, I would dine here.
Ordered drinks for 4 of us. Told they were out of heinikin. So ordered something else. He forgot the lime and returned with a slice in his bare fingers. Ordered meals and they were out of one of those.
Stopped by for lunch, after having a discussion about their Chowda. Tried it and it was "so-so". Ordered a Thai Butter Lettuce Chicken Wrap. It was awful!, completely fell apart, and there was ground up brown stuff inside, that I guess was Chicken? Not Pleased....More
I have visited the Grog on numerous occasions, but my last visit on Sunday 6/25/17 will probably be the last time I visit and give any them any of my business. I was with 2 friends, one of which was our designated driver and was...More