yeah i tried it for lunch, its cool. but def not a place i would crave. upscale bland food. i also had the csr salad, but i did not find it so great. i will have to try the meatloaf to see, it is one of my favorite things to eat. i like to try atleast a couple times before i hate it or dislike it.
Price: 3 ( too expensive)
notes: will try again maybe on sat or maybe sunday brunch
So, the bf and I went to Liberty Grill last night for the first time. We started by sharing a caesar salad, which wasnt bad, although it needed a bit more dressing. I like that the parmesan cheese was shaved instead of shredded. I ordered the Liberty Grill's Meatloaf, which is described on their website as: Wrapped in Applewood smoked bacon, served with grilled vegetables, homemade mashed potatoes & gravy. The meatloaf was really good but just a tad bit too salty and the serving could have been a bit bigger. The vegetables were okay. Not something that I would go out of my way to order by itself, but I ate them and would have no problem eating them again. Now, I have had mashed potatoes too much lately so I substituted mine with a baked potato, which was an extra $2.50. It came with some butter, sour cream, a bit of bacon and a bit of cheddar cheese. I wasn't too crazy about it. I would have enjoyed it better with just butter, sour cream and a pinch of salt. The bf got the spaghetti and meatballs, which he liked. I took a bite of a meatball and I also liked it. I think there were 4 or 5 big meatballs with angel hair pasta and spaghetti sauce. It was a large amount and he had leftovers that he brought home. The total of this , along with 2 gin gimlets were approx. $65...which I thought was a bit much for what we got and the amount of meatloaf that they serve. I dont have a problem with spending money on good food, but I just didnt think the meal was worth it. I would go back, as long as I dont have to pay :)