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May 21, 2007 02:56 PM

900 grayson

what's good to get here/ is it also open for dinner now?

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  1. Hits
    Fried Chicken and Waffles (best thing on the menu)
    Corned Beef Hash
    Soup of the Day - lunch only
    Turkey Pot Pie - lunch only
    TV Dinner (fresh fish of the day) - lunch only
    Hangover Special (egg dish of the day) - brunch only
    Market Vegetables (side)
    Hash browns (side)
    Onion rings (side)

    Pastrami Reuben

    They hope to open for dinner this Summer

    7 Replies
    1. re: Morton the Mousse

      I like the regular hamburger.

      So, can you get limburger on the lamburger? Sorry, couldn't resist. Bad name.

      1. re: rworange

        how's the desserts? sounds like there would some good slices of pie, considering the american diner theme of the menu, though updated of course.

        1. re: kevin

          They aren't making desserts in-house right now, so no pie. The kitchen is tiny. But the food is hearty enough that you don't really need it.

        2. re: rworange

          I am not sure that limburger would go with lamburger, I use tzatziki on mine.

        3. re: Morton the Mousse

          I agree that their reuben is one of the few misses; I had one last Saturday and wish I'd stuck with the fried chicken. Sandwich was too small (I have a small appetite and only finished half, but as a matter of principle a reuben should have heft), pastrami too lean and too dry, resulting in a dense, layered cube of a sandwich, cheese not melted and not enough of it, bread over-toasted. But the herb-tossed fries (thin style) were great, as was the crispy round of hash browns from which I purloined a few forkfuls off my companion's plate.

          1. re: Morton the Mousse

            The hash browns are usually great, but after a disappointment recently, I'd specify "crispy" when you order. The hash browns for both me and my dining companion were very pale and not crispy at all, which made them taste pretty boring.

            1. re: JasmineG

              I've had those off hashbrowns a couple of times. It's rare, but it happens, usually during the peak of their mad Saturday brunch rush.

          2. No question, go with the Demon Lover. Expertly fried chicken and a light buttermilk waffle w/country gravy is certainly not a heart healthy brunch, but it sure is tasty!

            Their hash browns are also some of the best I've ever had. Try an aqua fresca too. Very refreshing. Here's my review w/photos.


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            1. re: VirgoBlue

              I recommend asking for both the country gravy and the maple syrup for the demon lover -- the combination is fantastic.