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October 21, 2006
From journal Good Times in Atlantic City
Brooklyn, New York
January 29, 2003
I had the grilled vegetable sandwich, which consisted of grilled eggplant, squash, portobello mushrooms and mozzarella on focaccia bread. It is served cold with a side of potato chips, a pickle half and cole slaw. It was pretty good. My fiance had a hot open turkey platter which consisted of 4 large slices of turkey, a large serving of mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce and a slice of bread under the turkey. He ate every last bit and it was a lot.
The total bill was about $30.00 including soda. They also offer a condensed buffet, but it is nothing to brag about. I have tried it in the past and came to the conclusion that I'd rather order from the menu.
The restaurant is also split into two seperate sections: smoking on one side and non-smoking on the other. The service was good and the wait was not long, but it can be at times.
From journal New Jersey Mardi Gras