5* if not for the noise and the small bar. The food was really good as we're the drinks. They should buy out the convenience store and expand.
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We were a foursome including one gluten free person in our party on a Monday night. The restaurant was packed by 7:30. Our bartender was warm and accommodating filling our glasses with fresh draft beers even with a full bar full of people, which left...More
Every Monday night - Buttermilk Fried Chicken and Tiki Drinks - that about sums up this place. Inventive drinks (most in the $10-$15 range) and good, if a little uneven food. The fried chicken is great and the kitchen cranks it out fast and piping...More
We walked in on a weeknight, and the place was hopping. The crowd was a lively, eclectic mix of folks - all ages and personalities were on display. We gave our name to the hostess and ambled up to the bar. Before we had a...More
My son took us to this restaurant. The Highland Kitchen, don't forget the name. Upbeat millennials, lots of young families, busy bar, packed to capacity, not an empty table. Got seated pretty quickly. Food is the best! I ordered the Goat Curry with Fried Plantains,...More
A packed and vibrant house even on a Tuesday night, yet we were happy to wait for our table with a pint at the Highland Kitchen bar. The stated wait time of 45 minutes ended up being about 10, and the two of us took...More