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East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania
September 12, 2005
For starters we had nachos, which so many places just screw up. These were nice and hot, with globs of cheese, veggies, and delicious chili on top. I let my diet take a week off and ordered a full slab of ribs. They were fall-off-the-bone tender and too much for me to finish, which doesn't happen often.
Some people, for good reason, dislike those trendy, crowded, touristy places on the main strip of a town. The Muddy Moose is one of those, but it's crowded for a reason. The food is delicious, the portions large, and the atmosphere fun and energetic. It is very highly recommended!
From journal Back to Bartlett, NH
October 27, 2004
From journal White Mtns with 4 year old
Saint John, New Brunswick
September 8, 2004
From journal Vacation in Attitash NH
August 15, 2004
The décor was uncovered wooden tables and chairs, high beamed ceilings with strategically placed woven blankets and a couple of moose heads. The fare included burgers, quesadillas, potato skins, salads: pretty much what one would find in one of those chains like Kelseys, TGIFridays, etc. We all just ordered appetizers or burgers as that was all that would fit in our stomachs since we had eaten too much for lunch earlier. The potato skins were filling as was the burger and fries. For us Canadians, the white cheese on the burger was a bit odd, but it tasted fine. I had a Portobello mushroom stuffed with spinach and covered with cheese, which was also filling and flavorful. (Spinach is so good for you, too.)
Service was fairly quick, but not terribly friendly—there were lots of little children about which could probably make any waiter/waitress pull their hair out. It was plenty noisy and the staff seemed run off their feet.
Would I eat there again? Sure, but probably after I checked out a few more of the local eateries.
From journal The White Mountains
August 14, 2004
From journal Family memories created in Storyland
July 6, 2004
From journal Trip to New Hampshire
April 27, 2004
The staff is very friendly. We went to this restaurant a couple of times during our stay. We paid about $80 plus tip for four adults and a child.
From journal Spring in North Conway
March 24, 2004
From journal Memorial Day in New Hamshire
January 12, 2004
From journal thanksgiving at the easyern slope
June 24, 2003