Small, extremely loud, tightly packed, couldn’t hear my friend at all - just not my kind of place to grab a bite to eat. If you want to get smashed, I guess it’s ok but not for a meal where you can hear what the...More
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The waiters were nice, but the food was just okay. We had hamburgers and they were not really very good.
The Firehouse Tavern saved us from our hunger pangs! We had talked about trying this place and on a whim we stopped for an early dinner. We mad a great choice. Megan, our server, was delighted to explain the most popular items as we'll as...More
We visited this place on Fathers Day. Of course with the name it had a fire department theme; eclectic items they had collected from various fire departments. Small yet fun atmosphere. We ordered burgers and a grilled chicken dish. Good portions and the food came...More
Firehouse Tavern was recommended to us by one of the auto repair shops in town when we had some car trouble driving through town. The menu is mostly sandwiches and burgers, but they were very good, with homemade chips served alongside. Service was good, waitresses...More
When traveling, I much rather patronize this type of restaurant/bar than the cookie cutter chains that pop up at interstate exchanges but they aren't always easy to find. Food is good and basic and the service was great.
We were shopping at the outlet mall and wanted lunch. Found this great little place. Great ambiance. Had the buffalo dip. LOVED IT! Had the ruben and my husband had the special-pastrami on rye. It was beyond good. We will be back!