Wife an I stopped in and ordered food at the bar. Had the Phiily sandwich and it was the best Ive had in a while. Service was attentive, although we were there in non-peak hours. Definitely would go back if there was a draw to...More
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My family used to come to Overtyme weekly, then they revamped & things have gone way down hill. Even though we had a bad experience the last time we were there, we decided to try it again...big mistake. They've reduced the menu but increased the...More
There for lunch today, received barely cooked burger which couldn't be eaten. Manager decided 50% off the bill was the way to deal with long-time customer! Wait staff is great, manager needs to learn from them.
What sort of bonehead manager decides to eliminate waffle fries as good as theirs from the menu? I mean, really. My family - and a friend or two - have been to this establishment a number of times over the years, but we have never...More
Great food, friendly people and all around fun place to go to! It has everything for all ages and it's close by everything meaning pretty centrally located.
We were in town for a wedding and the reception was held at Overtyme. Now the main participants in wedding worked at overtyme so everything was nearly perfect in service and food but that being said we went a day or so after the wedding...More
Food is good, atmosphere is good for the bar scene at night, Great place to host an adult party. Games for the kiddos to keep them entertained. Have been here for Mother's Day/Easter type brunch - great food.
My family and I went to Overtyme for a post-thanksgiving get together. While the server was nice and friendly, he lacked basic knowledge. Most servers I'm familiar with know what label of root beer is served. IBC? Barqs? A&W? Mug? Also, the server was not...More
I had not been here in a few years. And now I know why!! The food is only decent and way over-priced~ nothing to brag about! We ordered the sampler platter for the appetizer and we're not disappointed. The fried pickles and potato skins were...More