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Posted by Julie on 07/14/2014
Two foodie friends visited for first time, the food was amazing! peppers, cauliflower, tomato bread were sooo tasty, with wine could have stopped there, but on to the halibut, ravioli and rhubarb dessert. i waited one year to experience, soo worth it.
Posted by Kate on 12/12/2013
I went to G&G with my friend for my birthday. She's a "foodie" and picked most of our menu items. We got recommendations from our server for the others. Our server was WONDERFUL! She was very upbeat and had excellent recommendations! The minute we finished a plate it was immediately taken away, the table was cleaned and the next plate came in fresh and hot! We ordered one item from each menu heading. I'm going again tonight (nearly a year later) and my mouth is already watering!
Posted by Eats out too much on 01/12/2012
Four of us (2 couples) went to G&G last week on an early Wednesday evening. We got there at 5:15 and had a drink at the bar and were seated by 6. The hostesses are professional and friendly. We all enjoyed our cocktails - interesting and tasty! We looked at the menu and had some ideas, but our waitress said it's a "sharing" experience and we should order 2-3 dishes per person. So we took some time to re-select as a group based on this recommendation. To be honest, most dishes did not look easily sharable: skate wing, a whole chicken, salads. In any case, we did the sharables. We started with the cheesy cornbread and it was great! Flavorful, cheesy, and crispy on the outside and soft inside. Most of our dishes were excellent (scallops, mushrooms, skate wing, chicken), and the others were good or very good. Only the cauliflower salad was a dud. There was no issue with the quality or taste of the food, and service was very good. However, the plates were small and perhaps sharable for 2 but definitely not for 4. You end up getting 3 bites! We also tried 2 of the desserts. They were an interesting mix of sweet and savory and unexpected flavors combining, but again small and not particularly sharable. I would go here again, but I would not plan to share. You want to try a bite? Sure. But let's each order our own.
Posted by Anonymous on 12/04/2011
Very cool hip place. Everything in the menu is great.