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Have never had a bad experience here. The mac and cheese is outstanding. Sounds boring but it's very good. Inventive drinks. Reasonable prices. Very friendly but professional service. They do some interesting brunch things, which they seem to change up a lot. They will make guacamole fresh for you tableside. Not sure if that's just a brunch option or not. My only complaint is they aren't dog friendly. Which I guess is understandable, given their high customer turnover. But I'd go a lot more if they would allow my dog on the patio. But beyond that it's a great place.
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Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
I have been to movie places where you can have food as well, and they generally aren't great. Happy to report this place was great. The food is outstanding. It's a full bar setup, with a very friendly bartender. Food came out very well presented, and top quality. I could easily see myself coming here just for food and drink. It's not just warmed over stuff like you get at other places. It's tasty, and came out piping hot. The theaters are small, but that's fine by me. Taking the food and drink into the theater is encouraged, but note that the space will be a bit small. I had no problem, but the person with me found it a bit cumbersome. The movie seats were large and very comfortable. The entire place was clean and well-run. Best of all they were very patient with me as a newbie. I didn't quite understand the procedure, and the staff was very patient and didn't make me feel like an idiot.
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Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
Have only done delivery. But it's always been excellent delivery. Always around 45 minutes, but then I'm a long distance from them. Arrives extremely hot, which is a rarity for delivery in DC. The Mixed Grill tandoori is fantastic. Lots of food. Lamb chops are tasty. The salads are quite large and good. Be forewarned. If you ask for spicy it will be spicy. I've ordered probably at least 15 times from them. Every time has been very good.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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Quite good. Service is excellent. Food is very good. Just feels a wee bit pricey, but really a very good experience.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
This campground is pretty much as good as it gets. A beautiful facility. Heavily wooded, with the very pretty scrub pine trees common to the area being by far the most common tree. Meticulously maintained. I don't think I've ever seen a cleaner campground. The commons areas were spotless. A fair number of permanent or seasonal campers, but even their sites were tidy and presentable (this isn't always the case in large campgrounds). It's located in North Truro. A five to ten minute walk down beautiful dune paths to two terrific local beaches. Or you can take the trolley into PTown in about twenty minutes. The trolley runs every 30 minutes all day and it's last stop is literally at the front door of the campground. It's a dollar if you buy a token in the camp office. Last trolley leaves PTown at 12:30 at night. It's a very convenient way to get around. My partner and I have stayed here for a week plus every July for the past three years. Lots of families. Lots of sport fishermen, kayakers, etc. Since it is close to Provincetown it's gay friendly. But I wouldn't call it a gay destination. No pool. No organized activities. But with great beaches ten minutes away you really don't need much else. What really struck me was how well run it is. It's a pretty large facility, but I never saw the front desk overwhelmed. The staff were always professional and really seemed to enjoy what they were doing. Which can't be easy, as I'm sure they have answer the same stupid tourist questions over and over again. The only complaint I can think of is I do wish the camp store was better stocked in terms of food items. But then that's a complaint I have at all campgrounds. What really struck me was how quiet the campground was. Even though there were plenty of families and young couples I almost never heard screaming, loud music, etc. We had a couple of specific requests, including an emergency UPS delivery, a need for an extra power cord extender, etc. James (camp manager, I believe) and staff were very accommodating. They even loaned me a bicycle helmet when I asked about local bike laws. We stayed at the 'main' campground. Right down the road is Hortons, which is a campground that Adventure Bound recently bought. It's still being developed. It has more of a natural look, with less structured sites, etc. More of a natural vegetation look, rather than a meticulously maintained camp. I suspect it will become more developed and look more like the main campground over time. Last, right down the road is Savory Pizza, maybe the best pizza I've ever had. So if you don't feel like cooking at your campsite there's a great food option about a mile away. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. You really can't go wrong with this campground.
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago