The dÃ©cor of the Main Street Grille compares with that of the area’s other upscale restaurants – sheik yet small and cozy. Its small dining room offers booths and tables and a full bar with a number of wines and high-end liquors. The food, however doesn’t match the setting. My party of three ordered Cheese Ravioli, Fish and Chips, and Pecan-Crusted Walleye. While each dish’s presentation was attractive, the portions and taste were disappointing.
The ravioli was undercooked and topped with plain tomato sauce. I ordered it with a side of the vegetable. It was asparagus on the day of my visit, and I was brought only five half-spears of baby asparagus on a plate. They were fresh and properly prepared, but there was not enough to call it a side dish. They billed me two dollars for it, so I’d recommend ordering a double portion until the restaurant gets wise and doubles the portion and price on their own.
The fish and chips was a mound of fries with two small-medium sized pieces of fish. They were tasty but you’ll have to fill up on the fries unless you want to walk away hungry. The walleye was the â€œwinnerâ€ of the trio, eliciting the comment â€œdecent fish but it’s overpowered by the breading.â€
If youâ€™re looking for an upscale place for cocktails, the Main Street Grille should be fun. However, if youâ€™re looking for a good meal, youâ€™d be better off trying one of our areaâ€™s other great restaurants.
Entrees ranged from $15-27.
- Mon-Fri: Lunch and Dinner until 11pm
Sat: Dinner until Midnight