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3145 Folsom Blvd. (32nd St.) Send to Phone
Fresh, hearty American classics in a restaurant-grocery complex.

Lunch & Dinner Mon.-Sat.

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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Good Eats Restaurant Review

: Part grocery store, part restaurant, part wine bar and part coffee shop, Good Eats has a rather scattered concept, yet one that seems to fill a niche. Those looking for a quick meal on the go have an alternative to a fast-food drive-through, while those trying to avoid the after-work crowds at the grocery store can pop in for a take-out dinner. In fact, most of the space is dedicated to takeout, similar to what would be found at a supermarket deli counter: rotisserie meats, prepared salads, pizza and lasagna. On the other end is a casual sit-down eatery with table service, with food, luckily, that is far superior than what would be expected at a supermarket deli. The menu is mostly American, consisting of sandwiches, salads, pizza and several small plates and entrées. The roasted half-chicken is juicy and flavorful, the meat falling off the bone, while the accompanying roasted vegetables are slightly seasoned and tender-crisp. The macaroni and cheese is rich and gooey with a slight tang, and the sweet potato fries are well-crisped yet fluffy inside. Indulge in one of the many decadent desserts by Freeport Bakery, and take advantage of the daily happy hour specials.


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