We were not impressed. Seems ok for young people-lots of high carb meals though. Only has high stools -not good for me-or other senior citizens.
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The restaurant has been converted from a post office. They have done a great job with blending the old with the new. The food was awesome! We had the Creole Pasta. It was really good and the portion was huge. We all had to get...More
Great atmosphere and with fine Food with great taste to savor. Plenty of meal choices and deserts with night life outside dining entertainment.
Intending to eat elsewhere, we went by this building and changed our minds! A nice welcome, we went downstairs to our table and our waitress, Casey. She was excellent, sorting out our drinks and then our food, which also excelled. When next in Camden, we...More
Located in historical old Post office - love the interior - has two dinning area - one downstairs with the bar and one on the main level - food was very good and staff was very friendly.
My husband and I are very picky when it comes to eating out. Considering we are both great cooks we find it hard to be pleased at a restaurant,however postmasters grill has become our go to on date nights. Not only is the food unique...More
In town for the annual Daffodil Festival. Went to the Postmasters Grill on a Saturday because they had live music and they were one of the top 3 places to dine on tripadvisor. First, you must have the black eyed pea hush puppies and pimento....More
My mother and myself drove from Texarkana to Camden just to eat in the wonderful historical restaurant. We even got a tour of the place and it's unique rooms. The food and service was excellent. It was worth the trip, and there are other historical...More