My husband and I ate at Poole’s for the first time last night for our wedding anniversary. We arrived around 7 and did have about a half hour wait, which we spent walking around downtown until they texted us.
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1) I went here on a Monday night at 9pm 2) Staff was more interested in sitting around eating their free entrees of the night than engaging the customers 3) Every menu scribbled on chalkboards overheard that if you don't have the greatest eyes or...More
OMG!!! There are not enough adjectives in our language to describe just how awesome the food is at Poole's Diner!! We had to wait for a table ( there was open seating at their diner counter) but visited their bar to help us pass the...More
At Poole's Diner, you can't reserve. You have to go down there and wait with all of the other people who want to eat there. We were told it would be about a 45 minute wait. This turned out to be a bit of a...More
I went with a group for Sunday brunch, with all the hype about Ashley Christensen, I expected more from my experience. There will be a line so get there early as the restaurant is small. It is also noisy. We were put at tables pushed...More
We were the first in the door at about 5:15. Bar opens at 5. It was a Thursday night, crowd began shuffling in... Hostess was polite and attentive, bar keep was handling the increasing number of patrons well. I had a perfectly prepared classic Tito's...More
My wife and I recently had brunch at Poole's on a Saturday afternoon. We have eaten dinner at Poole's numerous times and the food is always fantastic, but we had never tried their brunch menu. As expected, our meals were great. My wife had a...More