We came here on Saturday night of Mother's Day weekend. Place was really busy. Wait staff seemed a little frazzled. Slow with service. Food quality was very good and at reasonable prices. Just would have been nice to have better service.
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My husband, myself and four of our very good friends celebrated St. Patrick's Day evening at the Owl. The were featuring a band that evening and the atmosphere was indeed festive. The menu was limited as they had tons of patrons. Since it was a...More
I might have rated this higher based on some of the meals our group received however I will explain my reason for this very low rating...one of the diners in my group ordered the breaded fish dinner with two sides (roasted asparagus and potato salad)....More
I've been to the new and revamped Owl twice now, both times for lunch. I'm excited about the changes the new owners have made. I had the burger with bleu cheese which was very large, and cooked just right. I also had the brussel sprouts...More
I ate the steak meal which had a European flair to it. I also have eaten Sunday brunch here, which was also a fine meal. Wine is served, as well as cocktails, but children are welcome too.
My first time eating at The Owl since the new owner's took over. I've heard mixed reviews, not about quality, but mostly about price. And while $10 is fairly steep for a grilled cheese and fries, it was worth every penny. Undoubtedly the best grilled...More
My DH and I have eaten here several times over the last couple of months and have been very happy with both the food and service. Service is a little slow but the food reflects the extra time. We were a bit hesitant to try...More
Visited on a Saturday in November..We were asked to wait in the lounge for almost 20 minutes , but 3 tables were open ..I ordered a buttermilk fried chicken sandwich. The Plath's bacon, ham and sauce were excellent but for some reason they served up...More