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The staff at EBG is always just wonderful and goes the extra mile to be sure each guest is happy. Instead of saying “I’ll have to ask the chef”, the wait staff always says yes to minor changes to the sides or sauces. That’s such a refreshing change from operations at most other restaurants. The food is usually very good, and the selections change often enough to make another visit worthwhile. MoreOpenTable Diner -
Not as good as the big chain Brazilian Steakhouse, but worth a visit and of course it’s local. Meat is good and service is very good. Salad bar is weak, relative to the big chain. Limited drink selection. I appreciate the convenience and the service. I’d say go and try! MoreOpenTable Diner -
Authentic Italian food that everyone in our party of 11 loved. Slow-paced, quiet environment allowed for an enjoyable meal and good conversation. My Italian family never rushed through a meal because “gathering” was as much of the purpose of dinner as was the food. Since everyone talked about the appetizers, entrees and desserts all weekend, I have to highly recommend Toscana. MoreOpenTable Diner -
The birthplace of New England and one of the most historically significant places in the United States, Plymouth offers a dining scene that the pilgrims would be proud of. With its seaside location, you will have a number of options to enjoy seafood while looking out over the Plymouth Bay. Options range from fried seafood shacks offering fish and chips to fine dining spots serving creative seafood dishes. Of course, New England clam chowder is never in short supply. With its many beaches, Plymouth is also home to a number of homemade ice cream shops to serve beachgoers after long, hot summer days. End the day by eating an ice cream cone while you walk on the Plymouth Harbor Jetty.