I like the Grog for the wide range of items in the menus. It’s a good bar and a good restaurant. If you want a little less activity jut go upstairs and eat there.
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We ate here recently on a cold winter night for the first time. The menu had a wide variety to choose from at reasonable prices and the food was served fresh and hot. Tasty calamari, fish and onion rings. Informal Pub atmosphere. Unfortunately cold air...More
Has the feel of where the crew from the lastest ship (the 1800's) that docked on the river came to drink & eat. A pure tavern atmosphere that serves reasonably priced entres. The clam chowder is renowned for its taste and the completely different construction...More
All of our group enjoyed their meals and drinks- the spinach and artichoke dip to start was a particular hit! The night we went, they were busy and the service was quite slow but the food and reasonably priced bill made up for it.
Lunch for two -- had fish and chips. Fish batter was undercooked - fish was fine. Very short on waitstaff... long wait to order and long wait for bill. Very good beer selections.
Have not been here in quite some time. Decided to stop in for a beer and apps. Large selection of beers on tap. Great choices. Ate in the bar area with the fireplace blaring. Great Smokey aroma and nice and warm on a cold winter...More
The service and the food were great. Menu has a nice variety. Unfortunately the restaurant is not wheelchair accesible.
Stopped here for lunch on a sunny, but cold November day with friends. What a great spot for a bite to eat! Many options to choose from all delicious,best was a roaring fire in the fireplace. The atmosphere was perfect. Service was good, we had...More
We were in Dover NH. Daughter in Everett MA. We decided to meet half way.spur of the moment on a Friday night!!!!!!!! I called a few places, long waits. Called the Grog, made a reservation and so happy we did. Parking was a challenge, but...More