Pied Piper Ale House

★★★★☆

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Entrees were several dollars more than the menu prices on this site. Flatware was tossed in the middle of the table for us to grab when served our $19.00 entrees that didn't even include a salad or bread.
I didn't care for the fries but my kids gobbled them up. Hubbys salmon was tasty. Expected more for a $85. meal for 2 adults and 2 kids.

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★★☆☆☆

Entrees were several dollars more than the menu prices on this site. Flatware was tossed in the middle of the table for us to grab when served our $19.00 entrees that didn't even include a salad or bread.
I didn't care for the fries but my kids gobbled them up. Hubbys salmon was tasty. Expected more for a $85. meal for 2 adults and 2 kids.

Pros: food was pretty good

Cons: over priced, service could be better

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I love the atmosphere of this place after 7 pm (when the kids leave), but even with the kids, as a college student, I hardly notice them, seems the parents have them under control while they're eating.
I really enjoy their beer rotation, they switch the brewery every month and have a movie trivia on the last thursday where they give away shwag from the featured brewery. The desserts here are really good, as is the staff, they are very friendly and attentive any my glass never sits empty, but I usually sit at the bar. Also, if you love fries and hot sandwiches, this is a really good place to come. They always have good chef specials that I recommend getting whenever they sound interesting, as I have thoroughly enjoyed all of them.
Trivia nights can be really busy but also really fun to play with a few friends (how great is $9 pitchers after 9, and a $5 late night menu) but I recommend getting there a bit before 8 because it can get packed!

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★★★★☆

I love the atmosphere of this place after 7 pm (when the kids leave), but even with the kids, as a college student, I hardly notice them, seems the parents have them under control while they're eating.
I really enjoy their beer rotation, they switch the brewery every month and have a movie trivia on the last thursday where they give away shwag from the featured brewery. The desserts here are really good, as is the staff, they are very friendly and attentive any my glass never sits empty, but I usually sit at the bar. Also, if you love fries and hot sandwiches, this is a really good place to come. They always have good chef specials that I recommend getting whenever they sound interesting, as I have thoroughly enjoyed all of them.
Trivia nights can be really busy but also really fun to play with a few friends (how great is $9 pitchers after 9, and a $5 late night menu) but I recommend getting there a bit before 8 because it can get packed!

Pros: Good Beer Choice, Trivia Night

Cons: Can be noisy on busy nights

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I like this place when we need a bite and want to stay close to home. They do not have a changing station in the bathroom, which was a big disappointment, but the service is great and the food is good. They even have a corner with some toys for the kids to play with while you finish eating.

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★★★★☆

I like this place when we need a bite and want to stay close to home. They do not have a changing station in the bathroom, which was a big disappointment, but the service is great and the food is good. They even have a corner with some toys for the kids to play with while you finish eating.

Pros: Family friendly, nice staff, decent food, good value!

Cons: No changing station, a little cold in temperature

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Great neighborhood, family-oreinted pub. Amazing how they cater to the families in the neighborhood. Kids menu (with appropriate portions and prices), tons of board games and a small couch in one corner with toys for toddlers and pre-schoolers. Food is quite reasonable and there is always a creative and delicious special if you want to step up from the pub menu. Diner style kitchen and multiple flat screens with HD. It's an affordable weekly experience for our family of four.

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★★★★★

Great neighborhood, family-oreinted pub. Amazing how they cater to the families in the neighborhood. Kids menu (with appropriate portions and prices), tons of board games and a small couch in one corner with toys for toddlers and pre-schoolers. Food is quite reasonable and there is always a creative and delicious special if you want to step up from the pub menu. Diner style kitchen and multiple flat screens with HD. It's an affordable weekly experience for our family of four.

Pros: Beer and Wine list

Cons: none for what it is offering

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Tried it - Apart from one box of kids toys in the corner I really don't understand what all the fuss is about this place being great for families. Most restaraunts let familes in. It looks like a college sports bar with HD TV's at every angle, hoovering up any atmosphere that might exist.I really don't know what type of establishment this place is trying to be. The kids fish and chips should read "Fries with one 2 inch square" piece of fish for $5. Superb.

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★☆☆☆☆

Tried it - Apart from one box of kids toys in the corner I really don't understand what all the fuss is about this place being great for families. Most restaraunts let familes in. It looks like a college sports bar with HD TV's at every angle, hoovering up any atmosphere that might exist.I really don't know what type of establishment this place is trying to be. The kids fish and chips should read "Fries with one 2 inch square" piece of fish for $5. Superb.

Pros: You'll always get a seat

Cons: Atmosphere of a cafeteria

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My Girlfriend and I had the Catfish special and Chicken under a brick. Both were fantastic. We got there just a few minutes before 9 and the server let us get the $9 pitcher at 9pm. They have Trivia on Wednesdays and we are going back with a group to win! They also have a bunch of boards games there was a group people playing Life the board game which was amusing. Parking isn't too bad we had to park on the residental street. Don't dive pass it like we did. Look for the Garlic Jims sign, All they have is a small sign outside for signage.
Fun, relaxing and great food!

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★★★★★

My Girlfriend and I had the Catfish special and Chicken under a brick. Both were fantastic. We got there just a few minutes before 9 and the server let us get the $9 pitcher at 9pm. They have Trivia on Wednesdays and we are going back with a group to win! They also have a bunch of boards games there was a group people playing Life the board game which was amusing. Parking isn't too bad we had to park on the residental street. Don't dive pass it like we did. Look for the Garlic Jims sign, All they have is a small sign outside for signage.
Fun, relaxing and great food!

Pros: Menu it had everything froma simple burger to a Portabello and Eggplant Stacker!

Cons: Street Parking

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I'm very pleased with this new addition to 65th!! Very welcoming atmosphere (and kid-friendly!), great menu and food, great beer on tap. Perfect for dinner and a glass of wine in the neighborhood.

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★★★★★

I'm very pleased with this new addition to 65th!! Very welcoming atmosphere (and kid-friendly!), great menu and food, great beer on tap. Perfect for dinner and a glass of wine in the neighborhood.

 

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