The restaurant is very close to the Shakespeare festival grounds and a pleasant place to stop for a sandwich.
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I don't know what all of the hullabaloo is about. We went because it was highly recommended. The sandwiches were fine, not bad quality, but nothing superior or special. I had the Mediterranean salad, which I didn't enjoy because there was far too much balsamic....More
I love the Pastry Pub!! I generally get one of their salads, but I've had sandwiches and some of their sweet treats as well. Everything I have tried here is fantastic!! People who work here are helpful and friendly. Just an overall great place to...More
Came here a few times while in town and enjoyed salad and sandwiches. The food is fresh and delicious. I find the menu board a bit daunting but looking online first helps know before coming in to the shop. Here is a 1/2 sandwich and...More
Average food in average setting. Watch what you order as my salad came without the main ingredient. RESTAURANT: B Food quality B Value B Ambiance B Location B People watching B Staff B Service B Scene B Decor CLEAN OR DIRTY: B Utensils B Table...More
Cute Shakespearean restaurant with the best desserts ever with “carmely thing” winning the best of all. Main dishes were amazing as well
A friend and I ate here for lunch and both ordered the cup of soup and half a sandwich. The soup of the day was tomato basil. It was good, but I was hoping for a creamy soup not a brothy soup. We each had...More
Tired of all the chain restaurants? Give this place a try. It sure is original. I’ve never had a bagel quite like this. Menu is posted above where you order on the wall. Impossible to read if you are in line and they didn’t have...More
As of March 2018, $8 gets you a lovely sandwich plus chips and a beverage. I thoroughly enjoyed my Italian sub! The decor is quaint, and the establishment seems popular. I’d come back—you should, too!
Today my friend and I stopped in for lunch after receiving a glowing review about the place from a resident. We are visiting from Las Vegas and South Carolina. The Pub looks and feels like an Irish pub minus the beer. The food is delicious...More