I have been twice and will go again. Price is okay and their pitas are made in house. Part of menu can jump in price.
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We really couldn’t find it until we looked past the Winery signs. It is at the end of the alley. Inside is small but cozy with a large upstair banquet/meeting room area. Too cold to go on deck. Brunch was great and staff friendly. Plenty...More
Was seeking out a sit-down style eatery and we came across this Restaurant. GREAT Choice! My "Date" (who I met on Match.com) ordered the soup & 1/2 sandwich; and ordered the Bleu Cheese burger. We also had a couple of custom "house" drinks... they were...More
My wife and I went to Anvil for lunch after walking around many of the shops nearby. This restaurant was really nice. It definitely had some history there and was really cool to see the brick and mortar showing through. I got the BBQ duck...More
I've been multiple times, and the food and drinks have always been great! In good weather, they have an outdoor patio on the shore of Cedar Creek, and the view is gorgeous. The old stone building has a great, rustic feel, located within the Cedar...More
The best tun melt I have ever had! It was served on a delicious pita bread with Asian slaw that was also fabulous!
Anvil is a local restaurant built where there once was a blacksmith shop-- hence he name Anvil. Food ranges from soups, salads , fish , steak, chicken , sandwiches . There's something for everybody. Nice wine list and drinks. In summer dine outside along the...More