Great food fun place ....I got the chicken and waffles to die for ....my friend got stuffed chicken she loved it .....
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Check out Guy Fieri's Diners, Drive-in;s and Dives piece on this restaurant. The owners - Chef Franson and his Paula are extremely hospitable, down to earth and genuinely friendly! The entire team is friendly, they pay remarkable attention to detail - the host was Greg,...More
Yep its in an old Conoco gas station. Funky cool! I took my wife here for her birthday. Had an early seating. Wait staff was spectacular. Caught happy hour half-off bottles and grabbed a super nice bottle of wine. She had Chicken Marsala (awesome) and...More
Yep, restaurant inside a Conoco gas station....not as bad as it sounds. Remodeled inside and outside so it's inviting and unusual. Hadn't been a a few years, so tried it for dinner with friends. Nice inside but not overdone. My only complaint is the noise...More
Great food with a very interesting story on the owner and how the restaurant came to fruition. This 5-star gem is literally located in a fully-functional gas station. Save room for dessert as the bread pudding is like no other....delicious !!
My husband and I recently dined at Chef Point with another couple for lunch on a Tuesday. I had the Blackened Stuffed Pork Chop with Angel Hair Pasta $24 with no lunch size option. This would have been a much better dish if it had...More
I’ve eaten here a few times so here are my pros: Love what they’ve done as far as ambiance and decor. It feels comfortable enough for jeans yet nice enough to enjoy a few glasses of wine. Service has always been great, never pushy, and...More
Been eating their since was just one side of the gas station. Love the food. Great neighborhood eatery and place to get together with friends. Their Monte Cristo sandwich is to die for! This is definitely a little gem that should be checked out!
I have never had seafood that wasn’t right on the coast that tasted as good as it did here! The lobster mac and cheese was heavenly!!!! We didn’t care too much for the nachos, but only because it wasn’t our thing. I had a peace...More
This is a fine dining establishment located inside a fully operational Conoco gas station. The story of how it came to be is pretty interesting. When Guy visited, he had the maple duck for the entree and the bread pudding topped with cognac for dessert....More