Great place to grab a bite to eat and meet up with friends! Always great service and friendly staff.
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Attended their Christmas event. So sweet to see kids telling Santa their Christmas wishes! Food is good and Server was very attentive! Love this place!
I have gone to this restaurant on numerous occasions and have enjoyed my meals here. The fish tacos are actually excellent. The fish appears to be baked. There is no breading which is nice. The nacho plate is huge, burgers are good and rib-eye sandwich...More
Between Manchester and Saline. Good burger, fair fish and chips, soggy sweet potato fries. Nice service. Not cheap! Busy on weekends. TV on every wall. Noisy.
Kind of place where there are regulars sitting at the bar. Waitstaff colorful and energetic. Food is OK, between my daughter, husband and myself, I think we've sampled everything. My favorite thing is their sweet potato fries and the sauce they have for dipping. My...More
My wife and I stopped in for dinner on a Friday night. We have wanted to go there for some time and we finally made it. The place was packed. We were greeted by a friendly bartender that got us a drink and took our...More
Visited the Bridgewater Tavern with friends on the way back from a trip, I always wanted to stop at this restaurant because the old bank and little village are so intriguing when I've passed by. I had created in my mind that the inside would...More
Delicious steak burgers cooked perfectly! Waitstaff was attentive and friendly. The sweet potato fries were crispy and seasoned well.
Full bar, table and booth seating and attractive decor make this a prime stop for touring bikers, motor and pedal, and families alike. Locals frequent as well. Burgers, chili, fries and assorted other fried foods. Good ambience, filling food, friendly service!
I've been eating here for years and have always enjoyed it. It's a very local restaurant in Bridgewater, not Saline. There is a wide mixof people who come here from hardworking local factory workers/landscapers, blue collar people to farmers to professionals, and we all get...More