We had a great lunch! Recommended from a family member. French fries were awesome. Good menu. Staff was friendly.
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Narrow's is a place the locals go to swap stories, have a beer, a meal, play cribbage and listen to music. Every house guest I've taken is charmed. Burgers are considered the best; I prefer the haddock Ruben or nachos.
Fabulous little find! Thanks Trip advisor! Read about it... wanted to try it. Driving up we thought... hmmmm should we? Very small... not fancy. Just simple. Wth... we stopped. It was very quiet. Lots of locals. Cozy... and just what we were looking for. Sat...More
my daughter and go there often , the burgers are all amazing even the meatless ones , fries are fresh cut and delish, and we always get the mussels for appetizer ,
This is such a charming old place. It's right off Rte 1 in cute downtown Waldoboro. Everyone seems to know each other. It's small and friendly. The food is decent. Homemade and the menu is very varied. The homemade desserts are amazingly good.
We eat at the Narrows Tavern quite often. Jess is the best waitress. She always knows what we want for "beverages" without having to ask us. The fried fish sandwich is always served hot and is delicious and my husbands favorite. We both love the...More
Have been to the Tavern many, many times and always found it satisfying. Bartender/waitress was always friendly and very pleasant. Not this time! Recently the great food was enjoyed, but the bartender/waitress was unfriendly and actually rude. She was definitely having an issue about being...More
I have never been disappointed in the food served here. Can be a bit on the noisy side, the people sitting at the bar are respectful of others. No foul language, just a group of people enjoying a drink. It lends itself to be a...More
We were hungry. We stopped a couple of other places but the waits were way too long. Finally found this place. It is a small bar with fantastic food. Our waitress was very attentive and even though it was busy she took good care of...More
It's a small tavern, but well-lit and not too loud, considering. There are about 6 long tables and a few small ones, making seating a bit of a challenge. We actually asked a family to share their table with us, which they gladly did. We...More