George's Restaurant

★★★★☆

About George's Restaurant

Hours
Mon. CLOSED;Tue. - Fri. 7am - 7pm;Sat. 7am - 8pm;Sun. 8am - 2pm

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George's Restaurant has cheap prices and excellent food! We frequent this place on the weekends when we want a great breakfast. Their portions are large and everything on the menu is delicious!

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★★★★★

George's Restaurant has cheap prices and excellent food! We frequent this place on the weekends when we want a great breakfast. Their portions are large and everything on the menu is delicious!

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This place has been around since the 20s. The iconic red awning out front tells you you're about to experience something special. It's much larger inside than you'd think it would be. They serve good American-style food that probably hasn't changed much at all since the place opened. Cozy and inviting.

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★★★★☆

This place has been around since the 20s. The iconic red awning out front tells you you're about to experience something special. It's much larger inside than you'd think it would be. They serve good American-style food that probably hasn't changed much at all since the place opened. Cozy and inviting.

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Great Breakfast, Lunch,Burgers are the bomb,cole slaw to die for! Dinners Three straight nights of thier Broccoli &Chicken Pasta & still wasn't enough! Soups& more soups simply bangin
The Russian Chicken Noodle rules.

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★★★★★

Great Breakfast, Lunch,Burgers are the bomb,cole slaw to die for! Dinners Three straight nights of thier Broccoli &Chicken Pasta & still wasn't enough! Soups& more soups simply bangin
The Russian Chicken Noodle rules.

Pros: Great Job

Cons: Lacks parking

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Everyone carries on how wonderful Georges is so I couldn't wait to try it. They were known for their 'homemade' items and 'real' mashed potatoes.

To begin with the waitresses left a lot to be desired. She seemed to think answering any questions about the dinners were just unreasonable. She never came back to check on anything and we sat with empty glasses until we left.

The wonderful potatoes that they were so proud of were not only cold but truly did not taste any better than the ones you purchase out of the refrigerator case in the grocery stores now. The dinner itself was small portioned, over priced and definitely not anything to write home about. When we asked about dessert, hoping for one of their homemade pies.. we were told they were all out.. it was just too late. We were there before the typical person even eats dinner, probably about 2:30pm.

Their hours were very limited, the service was basically bad, the food was less than pleasant and the entire experience left me with a bad taste all around. I would have personally been happier at McDonald's... where at least I expect over priced, barely edible food with an attitude!

PROS: Nothing was worth even putting as a 'pro' for this place.
CONS: Bad food, badly priced, served by bad waitresses

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★★☆☆☆

Everyone carries on how wonderful Georges is so I couldn't wait to try it. They were known for their 'homemade' items and 'real' mashed potatoes.

To begin with the waitresses left a lot to be desired. She seemed to think answering any questions about the dinners were just unreasonable. She never came back to check on anything and we sat with empty glasses until we left.

The wonderful potatoes that they were so proud of were not only cold but truly did not taste any better than the ones you purchase out of the refrigerator case in the grocery stores now. The dinner itself was small portioned, over priced and definitely not anything to write home about. When we asked about dessert, hoping for one of their homemade pies.. we were told they were all out.. it was just too late. We were there before the typical person even eats dinner, probably about 2:30pm.

Their hours were very limited, the service was basically bad, the food was less than pleasant and the entire experience left me with a bad taste all around. I would have personally been happier at McDonald's... where at least I expect over priced, barely edible food with an attitude!

PROS: Nothing was worth even putting as a 'pro' for this place.
CONS: Bad food, badly priced, served by bad waitresses

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George's is one of those cozy homey restaurants. The atmosphere is pure Erie. Large blowups of vintage cartoons like Blondie & Dagwood and Frank & Ernest hang on the walls. I had the feeling that my mother might walk out of the kitchen at any moment and tell me to clean my plate.

George's still makes mashed potatoes from scratch. In fact, the sign still boasts it. Not only were the portions generous, but the food tasted as though I'd made it myself, which is not a bad thing! The sandwiches were definitely a full meal. I was pleasantly pleased to find the soup piping hot and the warm entrees still toasty and hot all the way through. The vegetables, especially the broccoli, were fresh and crisp. The salads are big enough to feed a small village.

The prices were fair for Erie standards. Burgers ranged from $4 to $6, soup, fries or coleslaw are a dollar more. The salads were a bit higher, starting at $6, but that includes a bowl of homemade soup, which is almost too much food. If you don't want soup, you only save $0.70. Club sandwiches are $6.29, seafood runs from $4.50 to $6.75, and of course, there are your traditionals like ham and Swiss and BLT for $4.25. Soda is reasonable at 75 cents a glass, and the pies and cakes range from $2.49 to $4.19 a slice. George's also has take-home frozen entrees.

They get quite the crowd at lunchtime. The crowd dissipates quickly, though, so a late lunch isn't always a bad thing.

PROS: Great prices
CONS: Can be crowded at lunchtime

3
★★★☆☆

George's is one of those cozy homey restaurants. The atmosphere is pure Erie. Large blowups of vintage cartoons like Blondie & Dagwood and Frank & Ernest hang on the walls. I had the feeling that my mother might walk out of the kitchen at any moment and tell me to clean my plate.

George's still makes mashed potatoes from scratch. In fact, the sign still boasts it. Not only were the portions generous, but the food tasted as though I'd made it myself, which is not a bad thing! The sandwiches were definitely a full meal. I was pleasantly pleased to find the soup piping hot and the warm entrees still toasty and hot all the way through. The vegetables, especially the broccoli, were fresh and crisp. The salads are big enough to feed a small village.

The prices were fair for Erie standards. Burgers ranged from $4 to $6, soup, fries or coleslaw are a dollar more. The salads were a bit higher, starting at $6, but that includes a bowl of homemade soup, which is almost too much food. If you don't want soup, you only save $0.70. Club sandwiches are $6.29, seafood runs from $4.50 to $6.75, and of course, there are your traditionals like ham and Swiss and BLT for $4.25. Soda is reasonable at 75 cents a glass, and the pies and cakes range from $2.49 to $4.19 a slice. George's also has take-home frozen entrees.

They get quite the crowd at lunchtime. The crowd dissipates quickly, though, so a late lunch isn't always a bad thing.

PROS: Great prices
CONS: Can be crowded at lunchtime

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