I feel very sad about the loss of this quintessential Gainesville restaurant. Nicest owners, yummiest food. I feel lucky that they were open for many many years.
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I am a UF Alumni and used to come here all the time when I lived in Gainesville. We recently came back to town and had to visit Ivey's for breakfast. They have massive pancakes and french toast, as well as delicious eggs benedict. We...More
I am giving this a 3 based solely on the fact that the food was good and the restaurant was clean and had a nice ambience. We were seated quickly and people were friendly. The menu is somewhat eclectic and leans towards healthy fare, which...More
Had not been there for many years but could not remember why so decided to give it a try with good friends. I know why now! Real slow getting the food out and it is not very good due to inconsistent prep. However it is...More
Went there on a Saturday morning. Superb breakfast!! Try the Blueberry Pancakes, the Eggs Benedict, its all really great, home feel cooking, you can sit outside or inside. We had a small wait, but was well worth it.
One of the great things about Ivey's Grill is their wide booths, conducive to friendly conversations. You can choose to have either breakfast or lunch at lunchtime, great choices, too. The service isn't hurried, and the food is very good. If this shopping center gives...More
You read all of the reviews of this place over all the years it's been in existence. Average them all up, and what do you get? Great food, terrible service are the obvious two big traits. The chef (who has a hand in owning the...More
in september i went with my family for breakfast (3 adults, 2 kids) we ordered i kids pancake, 1 chocolate pancake, i crab benedict, 1 breakfast burrito and 1 scrambled eggs w/bacon,2 coffees, 1 tea, 2 chocolate milks. coffee came loaded with cinnamon! when we...More
We got there early (8:30 ish) AM after game day so we beat the crowd. My omelet was excellent! The rest of my party's meals pretty good except the muffin for my daughter wasn't. I think the fresh ingredients in my omelet made the difference...More