Our path to pie was paved with really delicious food and drink! While trying to decide to eat one day, we finally caved to try somewhere new that has been on our list for-ev-er. We went on a Friday at lunch, and instantly there was this vibe inside you were going back in time where everyone knows everyone! You can tell a lot of thought went into the architecture ad items on the walls inside, as well as a deep care about the food.
The food is classic american with perfectly cooked food. I thought the price we paid was very fair for the quality and quantity of food. I had the chicken parmigiana with a house salad (chose honey mustard dressing), rolls, and fries. My husband had the breaded chicken sandwich with onion rings. Both pieces of chicken were perfectly cooked without being greasy and the breading did a nice job of staying on the chicken. The fries and onion rings were perfectly cooked, and the onion rings with their simple breading were really good. (No onions sliding out of the breading!) With our meal we enjoyed a Troeg’s Sunshine Pils from the bar.
When you visit Grant Bar, you HAVE to have the pie, you just HAVE to. (There’s always room for dessert!!!!) Our server listed off the pies for the day and we chose the coconut cream pie and the egg custard pie. The egg custard pie was a very unique, and delicious pie. It tasted almost like egg nog, but with the texture of a fabulous key lime pie. If the pie is available when you go, this reviewer insists you try! The coconut cream was very delicious as well, but I’d say the egg custard was the winner in this round! Want to know something cool? I noticed, and then researched that yes the crust is pricked, and then brushed with egg white to keep the crusts from getting soggy! More extra deliciousness that shouldn’t be missed.