I found Earl's to be a bit hard to characterize. After having barely eaten for the past couple of days, followed by the long flight from Georgia, we were half starved. We drove around for awhile looking for something promising, and finally could not wait a moment longer to eat. At this point, we were certainly not picky, but we could have been.
Earl's has just about everything. Salads, pizzas, sandwiches, steaks, stir fry--you name it. I settled on a cheesesteak, and my husband had the barbecued ribs and chicken. Both were quite good and served with a salad. The Caesar I had was soooo tasty. We left the restaurant satisfied, and the food was reasonably priced. The young and trendy waitsta...Read More