Since their inception in 1993, Eats has provided quality meals at an even better prices.  Growing up, and going to school down the road, I was always at Eats.  Located just across from City Hall East, they offer not only a dynamic crowd, but menu as well.

Whether you are looking for meat and vegetables or pasta, you can please almost any appetite at Eats.  I have always been a fan of the pasta side, but as the prices have increased the quality of the pasta has not.  I guess that’s just the way it goes, but I have been slowly migrating to the meat and vegetables side.


I’ll let you in on a little secret.  If you go to Eats with someone you are willing to share food with, then one of you should get pasta and the other should get a meat and vegetable plate.  The portions are hefty, and you will find the combination surprisingly tasty.  I often combine the jerk chicken with the Fettuccine Alfredo.

As far as the quality of food, the pasta was only 3 star, but the jerk chicken is 3.5 stars.  I give the whole meat and vegetable side 3.5 stars and the pasta side 3 stars.

The atmosphere is really nice, there are some great views of the city and a lot of windows.  The service is great, and the people are very friendly.  They will also clean up after you so that’s nice.

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