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Old 06-12-2007, 03:58 PM   #16
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Personally, I don't care for the S'mores. If I recall correctly, it is a graham cracker with marshmallows toasted on top and chocolate syrup drizzled over them.

If I want a S'more, I want it with real chocolate - not chocolate syrup.

I think that I would choose the Brownie Sundae or the Apple Cobbler instead.

(BTW - I have had the fried chicken and the pot roast and I would recommend either of them. )
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Old 06-12-2007, 04:17 PM   #17
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We went last year and I had the Fried Herb Cheese (?) appetizer which was yummy! (I love cheesy food so of course that is what I ordered!). I had the Meatloaf which was also good and for dessert I had the Smores!

This year I plan to have the same appetizer and dessert (because they were both so good) and I will either have the Meatloaf or Pot Roast for dinner (depending on what I am in the mood for!)
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Old 06-12-2007, 04:21 PM   #18
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to me there is a difference between the snap of fresh green beans and the squeak of frozen in a bag green beans and these squeaked.

My husband saw someone else at another table get fussed at for not eating their veggies so when he got his plate the first thing he did was shove as many green beans as he could in his mouth till they were gone. I asked him what in the world he was doing and he said eating his veggies so she wouldn't fuss at him!!!
thats is so something my hubby would do
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Old 06-13-2007, 06:48 AM   #19
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Another vote for the meatloaf or pot roast, I tasted other's dinners and those were fantastic! I also had the stacked sandwich and that was good and the angel food cake with whipped cream and berries was to die for!!!!
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Old 06-13-2007, 07:43 AM   #20
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here is what i usually get:
Shrimp Cocktail - Jumbo Shrimp served with cocktail sauce and lemon

Traditional Meatloaf - a blend of beef and pork topped with tomato glaze, mashed potatoes, and green beans

S'mores

it is awsome!! i love the atmosphere and the servers are very very funny!
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Old 06-13-2007, 10:37 AM   #21
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Pot Roast for DH and Fried Chicken for me.

We both agree, the smores dessert is to die for..it used to be as big as the dinner plate so we would share it but now it is half the size so we are forced to order two.

The cocktails are also delish!
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Old 06-14-2007, 03:26 PM   #22
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Yummy!

Everything sounds YUMMY.

I am soooo glad to know that you can substitute the vegtables. I want to go back to 50's Prime Time soooo bad but when my daughter saw the menu, she said YUK to the veggies that they had on the menu!

WHAT IN THE WORLD IS ROOT VEGTABLE HASH?

DO THEY REALLY SERVE CORN? I didn't see corn anywhere on the menu.

WOULD FRENCH FRIES COUNT AS YOUR VEGGIE?
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Old 06-14-2007, 03:34 PM   #23
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My DM and I have shared the pot roast several times and really like it (My DM loves it!) We, however, didn't care for the fried chicken. DD7 loves the build your own sundae, which I no longer see on the menu as shown on allearsnet.com
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I adore their fried herb cheese appetizer!!
I can't wait until I get this on Sunday! It's definitely the best thing on the menu.
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Old 06-14-2007, 06:11 PM   #25
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It was our first time there and I had the chicken noodle soup for an appetizer which was yummy. I had the meatloaf for an entree and my DH said the fried chicken was awesome. We both had apple cobbler a la mode and that was the best I've ever had.

Both my daughters had the build your own sundae just last week so it still exists and they loved it!

Also, the cherry coke was the best ever!! We had a great time. Have fun!
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keep u posted on how it goes have loads of fun!!!!!


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I can't wait until I get this on Sunday! It's definitely the best thing on the menu.
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Old 06-14-2007, 07:55 PM   #27
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ok my favorite dish is the Meat Loaf and dessert was the SMORES!!! YUMMMM
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Old 06-14-2007, 08:16 PM   #28
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Does anyone remember if the pot roast is well done or is it served pink?

Also, was the apple pie served warm?
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Old 06-14-2007, 08:34 PM   #29
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We had a really nice lunch there last week. My DW had the beer-battered fish sandwich and really liked it. I had the meatloaf. I cleaned my plate and our server went and showed off my clean plate to the nearby tables. She also had us yell at another table to 'eat your vegetables'.

I had the angel food cake with berries for dessert, which was a great choice on a hot day, not too heavy. My DS8 had the brownie sundae which is just fantastic.

also: I had a gin martini with an olive. Very good, I don't drink martinis often but it sounded good. Our server gave me a very disapproving look when I ordered the martini. I drank all the martini, just as I cleaned my plate, and teased our server that if she was going to show off the plate, she should show off the glass. She peered into the glass, frowned, vanished, returned with a straw that she dumped in my glass, and told me I still had a sip left!

I was surprised at how many people were hanging out at the bar, drinking. Lots of martinis and electric lemonades being consumed. I wasn't sure if they were waiting for tables or just having a cocktail.
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Old 06-14-2007, 09:45 PM   #30
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The pot roast is almost as good as my mom's, and she is a darn good cook!

I always top it off with a chocolate milk shake too!
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