Great bar family friendly. We had the Kale soup, and the fish chowder, both were the best I've ever had. Beers were served in frosty glasses great for a hot day.
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Family and I have eaten here several times over the past six months. However, over the past two months, there has been a serious lack of attention to service. Their ability to turnover their dining areas is limited by their ability to truly define themselves...More
We were looking for a place to go for a casual dinner and drinks and read very positive reviews online. I am glad we went. Although it was crowded that evening the hostess took our number and called when the table was ready. The atmosphere...More
Went to this beautiful historic restaurant. The atmosphere fantastic. But food a disappointment. Lettuce wilted. Fish bland. Carrots packaged. Then we got the bill. Were charged for a whole other table's dinner! Like $100 worth! Had to go back there to rectify it! Dessert great!
we had a birthday dinner for planned, four of our guests were delayed for ten minutes,two were parking, which was difficult and four were at the restaurant on time. We explained to the hostesses and said that we would order the appetizers and drinks -...More
Good food with varied selection. The 100+ year old building has charm but can be a little noisy. We were there at a busy time, so service was a little slow.
First visit to Freestone's. Went on the Saturday night of the New Bedford Folk Festival - so they were somewhat busy (less than I expected for such a night), and our table of five was actually seated surprisingly quickly. Service was ok but we were...More