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“The Waiter Could Host a Show on the Food Network”
Review of The Eat Shop - CLOSED

The Eat Shop
Price range: US$30 - US$30
Cuisines: American
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Dining options: Reservations
Dining style: Casual Dining
Cross street: Highway 55
Reviewed 22 June 2013

The way our waiter Jonathan described the food on the menu made us think he should host his own show on the Food Network. We had a hard time deciding what to order because he made everything sound so intriguing. The stewed pulled pork and green chile sandwich was flavorful, and Jonathan brought out some hot sauce just in case. It was like he was reading our minds. I had the Cowboy Burger and it was more than your average burger. A nice option amongst all the chain restaurants in Plymouth.

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Thank AdMackoske
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Reviewed 31 May 2013

We love Eat Shop. It's all made from scratch cooking, so the food is really good, service is really attentive, and they've got a great vibe! We also love their patio for whenever the weather is nice (or even when it's only mildly nice!). Lastly, we have a little one and they are extremely wonderful and open to families going!

Thank Robi0304
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Reviewed 28 May 2013

Finally decided to give this restaurant a try for lunch and we were glad we did. We shared the pulled pork sandwich and the Cuban burger along with a small bowl of chili. Great flavor and plenty of food. A little spendier than your usual sandwich, but it's not your usual burger joint. We will definitely go again.

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Thank Kelly1963
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Reviewed 27 May 2013

As a local to this area and this restaurant being virtually around the corner from our house, I really want to see this place survive, but there are several concerns with this place. The lack of patrons on busy days - such as St. Patrick's Day (we stopped in the bar area and there were about 10 people there including the staff - ON St. Patrick's Day - clearly not an Irish Pub but they do have a huge selection of drinks and other specialty cocktails). The food is a great value if you stick to the burger (for $5) at Happy Hour. Otherwise, the food is dismal at best and waaay overpriced for this area and for the composition of the food itself. The nachos have a sauce that tastes actually worse than cheezewhiz (though the same consistency). The salads are not that special and neither are the sandwiches or other main plates (such as the salmon). Overall, this place has really strong ambitions but perhaps is trying a bit too hard and taking itself a bit too seriously

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1  Thank amybojo
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Reviewed 9 April 2013

The bar area is a great place to stop by for a week night happy hour. They have pretty good food and the bartenders are nice too.

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Thank cjchams
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