I bet I've driven by this place dozens of times and finally decided to stop in. It isn't much to look at and the atmosphere is typical small-town family restaurant. The service was attentive and friendly without being intrusive. We were seated immediately (it was a Tuesday evening) and the place was already full, at least in the restaurant side. We didn't look at the bar side.
I tried the game meatloaf. It's made up of venison, elk, antelope(!), and boar(!), as well as bison and beef. I'm not so much of a gourmet of game that I could pick out the various flavors, but I can say that the result was surprisingly good. It came with mashed potatoes, and a vegetable (fresh green beans for me). The gravy on the meatloaf and potatoes was ordinary, but a good and logical addition.
My wife had a beef burrito and pronounced it very good as well. The only hiccup was that the burrito plate which included rice and black beans was on the cold side. This was quickly and politely rectified.
They have a decent beer selection, and the wife liked the 90 Schilling. They only had a small Black Box wine list, and I didn't try any. Wine and driving is not an intelligent pairing for me.
Nobody should expect l'escoffier in Granby, but Maverick's is worth a stop if you are in the area.
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