We arrived in the area late in the day and wanted to hit some of the shops first. The restaurant closed at 8 so we ended up eating here. The food arrived quickly and everyone liked their food. My salad was large and fresh! Our...More
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It has been a family tradition for the last 15 years for us to go to Lahaska, see the Gingerbread houses, do some shopping, and eat at Hart's Tavern. In the past, the food was always good, and the wait is ALWAYS out the door...More
We had a nice dinner the day of the lighting of the Christmas trees. Dinner was good and service pretty good considering it was probably the busiest day of the year. WE had more of sandwich type meals rather than entrees but the food was...More
We have been having lunch at Hart's most Fridays after Thanksgiving for more than 30 years. It is a real tavern with a restaurant attached. We always sit at the bar, watching the barkeep run like a one-armed paper hanger and eating hearty bar food....More
I've eaten here a few times. The food is DELICIOUS! It's a nice, cozy atmosphere...especially when it's chilly outside! I highly recommend it!
Good burger and fries-don't get the Cobb salad-it's a green salad with bacon. Chicken on it is $6 more. Came without blue cheese or olives-someone needs to check the proper ingredients for a Cobb salad. Otherwise-food and service was good.
Went here on a Friday afternoon and it was packed. 25 minute wait, got sat. Waited for our server (who was also bartending and incredibly busy the entire time...so he maybe shouldn't be taking tables along with serving the bar top and making drinks). Ordered...More
This tavern has a menu of typical bar food. Service is decent although they always seem to be understaffed. It can get very crowded so be prepared, however they manage to seat people fairly quickly as turnover is quick. Full bar offering but very limited...More
Busy night. Our server sat us down and asked immediately our drink order. We looked over the menu which had something for most eaters. I had the Montague, a turkey sandwich served on a croissant roll. Very good. My wife had a the Asian salad...More