This is a new restaurant that has opened near our office in Greenwood. It was obvious from the beginning it wasn't a chain restaurant because there were no trained staff that had transferred from another location. They were all a little over whelmed at first but the food was always decent and the atmosphere is perfect for a business lunch. They have alot of basic bar and grill food and it's all pretty good. The past couple weeks they have really started to get it together. The staff is prompt and knowledgeable. Management came to the table to be sure all our needs were tended too. Best of all they told us they have a new kitchen manager and he let us sample a couple of the new appetizers. I highly recommend the "dragon fingers"! They are basically just tender breaded chicken fingers with an amazing glaze/sauce that has just the right amount of kick. Very flavorful! The shrimp appetizer was outstanding as well. I've been very impressed with my past 2 lunch orders also. The pesto chicken sandwich and the fish sandwich both with the best fries in town were solid efforts. The salad is a bargain at $5.00 and will fill you up for sure. No question the Grille is headed in the right direction. I'm looking forward to the new menu items.
My wife and I both had the Alaskan Walleye sandwiches hers was a big one piece that hung way off the bun with fries. For me a two piece fish sandwich with coleslaw, both of us had sodas for drinks. The coleslaw and tartar sauce were both homemade. There was plenty to eat for both of us. The waitress was very friendly, the restaurant was clean the help was good, the food was great and the restrooms was exceptionally clean and didn't smell. I had heard from other people that the food was not that good. But from what we had we were well pleased and would recommend this place to anybody that wants Homestyle food. The total cost for both of us was $17.00 + tip. Go try this place.
The servers show you that Hoosier Hospitaliy is on display here. Friendly, genuinely nice people. If you got anybody from out of town that wants to understand what Hoosier means? You got it on display here. Best fried pickles Ive ever had. Way better than Hoots, Pork tenderloin is killer! Baked potato soup is like a liquified baked paotato. This place even has elephant ears, no waitin til the fair comes around. Basketball history on the walls, they even have their very own working scoreboard! kinda small but that makes it even cooler. My new favorite hangout. Oh crap I almost forgot great local beers on tap. Ask them about the "Big 3 and the magnificent 7.