Went here on Sunday for the pasta Battle. The food was fantastic as well as the service. It was such a unique and cool event. I can't wait to return.
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I know many people won't agree with me, but I found the Grove to be pretentious and way more expensive than it should be. Portions were TINY--for ex., one of my companions ordered the bratwurst dinner and got one thin brat cut into 4 or...More
The Grove has delicious food, there is no doubt about. However, if you can find a place to park in the evening and if you have a lot of money to spend, it is a great place to go.
A fantastic and unique food "experience". Farm-to-table with flair. Service was on-the-spot, but not in-your-face. Just go!
We are from out of town and consider ourselves foodies so after checking some reviews we decided to try the Grove. It is located in a funky and lively part of town, away from the downtown area. We were dressed VERY casually and were worried...More
Okay the food is really good, and its a cute restaurant, however, the main thing is the presentation of the dishes, they are all so complex and colorful, its sad to eat it! This is the restaurant for foodies and bloggers too!
This restaurant is a must if you are foodie and like upscale, innovative, delicious food wth a twist. We purchased the $42 per person 3 course meal. I had the refreshing beet salad, yummy shrimp and grits and the light, tasty trout. They are a...More
I love Grove. It's a special occasion restaurant for me and my family. They have a cool revolving menu and special drinks. It's not cheap, but it's worth it!