Submitted Monday, March 17, 2008 - 9:41pm [Dine in]
Burgers hear are very solid, Not the best ever but always just what you are after at 2 in the morning as this place is open late. My favorite thing about this place has always the extras like the delicious soup of the day and the best margaritas and daiquiris to share with your friends in pitcher form.
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Submitted Wednesday, December 12, 2007 - 9:22pm [Dine in]
I have been working in edgmont village for several months and have been disapointed in the fact that there is nowhere to eat. 1 morning outside deleneys my friend and I were talking about how there is nowhere in edgmont to get eggs & bacon in the morning and a woman directed us to the bakehouse. We arrived back at around 12:30 for lunch and The place was packed so we had high hopes. sorry to say we were let down!
The menu is on an awkward chalkboard that is hard to see from most of the restaurant but we shuffled through the crowd and tables to figure out what we wanted. I decided on soup and sandwich (8.95) my buddys ordered a roast beef sandwich (9.50) and a tuna melt (9.50). When one of my friends asked what came with the 10 dollar sandwich the woman at the cash register rudely replied it comes as a sandwich(it really comes with two grapes. When we finally got are sandwhiches we were overcomb with disapointed. The sandwiches were tiny. The other problem is they werent nearly good enough for this price tag. After we finished are food somone from the kitchen came out and stated "Finally you boys have been fed" Im gonna hope he was sarcastic.
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