About this Business
- American, Pub Food
Plan to spend money, in my opinion, they are very expensive for basically a burger place. The cheapest sandwich on their menu was a BLT on wheat bread for $6 and most their sandwiches run between $8 - $12 and they have one huge burger for $20. The food is good, just pricey, I was glad that we had a Groupon to use. The restaurant is really nicely set up and they are kid friendly.
Great food, go during the warmer months and there is a beautiful outside area with a fire pit and nice eating area.
Only people in there took about 15 minutes for a waitress to come take our order. Finally got our food 45 minutes later and it all tasted blah and made two out of the 4 of us sick.
The burgers are really good. The waitress was good, but it took forever to get our food. Kitchen was very slow.
The place is cool, great outside eating area. My food was not the greatest. I'll go back, but try something different off the menu.
Great food. Love eating outside when the weather's nice!
Burger was over cooked, potato soup was bland, quesadilla also bland, but loved the Mac and cheese bites
BURGER WAS ORDERED MEDIUM AND RECEIVED WELL DONE BURGER TWICE IN A ROW
Very good food. Great service
From Our Editors
The owners of Bombdigity Bar & Grill—dubbed by one of the owner's 9-year-old grandaughter—wanted to quickly sum up their eatery’s dining experience with one word. And the menu is bombdigity, with highlights such as salads, wraps, and the Bomb burger, stacked with bacon, grilled onion, cheddar and pepper jack cheeses, house barbecue sauce, jalapeños, and onion rings. Inside the log structure, which is surrounded by the Plum Creek Arboretum, 4,888 square feet of space is topped off with a rustic cathedral ceiling. A medley of flat-screen TVs surround a horseshoe-shaped bar and the rest of the tables in the expansive dining room. Outside, two fire pits are surrounded by seating and tables for up to 100 people or 70 deer.