I can't believe how different this place looked. It has been close to 10 years since I had been to Kochs and it definitely needed a facelift. We decided go to Gracie's because we love their food truck.
Right from the start, the staff was very friendly and was more than willing to answer questions we had about the menu and beer list. My wife got the meatloaf platter. It was served with mashed potatoes and broccoli. I consider myself a meatloaf connoisseur and did not disappoint. It was the best meatloaf I ever had and the potatoes paired nicely with it. There was a certain "beefiness" to it that was incomparable to others I have had. The serving size was generous with two big slices of the loaf.
I ordered the fried chicken and waffles after consulting with the bartender on which of the three menu items to order from that contained fried chicken. They served two thin waffles which were moist and tender and not overly "bready." A leg and thigh were served atop them along with butter, homemade hot sauce and real maple syrup. The chicken was crispy, moist and well seasoned. If anything, I could have used another piece of chicken as the waffle to chicken ratio was a little off.
Although we did not order dessert, the funfetti and chocolate cake that was displayed really tempted us, all made from scratch of course. The bartender informed us that they even make their own sprinkles, which were contained in the cake.
The bill for both dinners, three beers, tax and tip was around $60, a far cry for a similar meal across the river in Hudson. We can't wait to go back and try other items on the menu and have already told several friends about this hidden gem.
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