The service was excellent.... it was really crowded and we had not made reservations but they seated us right away. The food was wonderful and the dessert was fantastic.
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Nice atmosphere! Love the Asian salads and French Onion soup. It has a really diverse menu and great appetizers and half and half (soup and salad). A Danbury institution.
Great food and great atmosphere, had a blast with the office staff and food selection was great. I had the short ribs, and 2 mixed drinks.
The atmosphere is fun, but very noisy. Not a good place for a quiet dinner. There's always a 30/40 min wait, really not worth it but I keep on coming back. Prices are good for the portions. The menu changes with the seasons. (If you go in October they have Octoberfest and the specials are specialty beers, German food, as... More
They always have a great beer selection on tap. The bar food is one of the best in the area. The pastrami on the pretzel roll is probably my favorite. Highly recommend!
Had a light dinner with friends. They had burgers, fish and chips, and I had crab sliders. Everyone said their food was good,,, mine too. Sliders were $13.99 and filling. Was a Wed. night after work, and a piano player was up in the loft. Ecclectic and friendly atmosphere. Multi-level seating, so all parts not handicapped accessible, but there is... More
We've been coming here for 10 yrs. Love the place. Seriously the best onion rings anywhere. Burgers are excellent, ahi tuna salad always cooked right. Never had anything we didn't like. Great atmosphere for kids with the trains and planes.
We ate at Rosy Tomorrows because it was near our hotel. Now when we are in the area we will make sure that we eat there. Saturday night at 9 pm the restaurant was crowded. The wait was short and the staff was courteous and helpful. There were a few steps to climb, depending on what level you were seated... More