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Thread: Pot Roast @ Liberty Tree Tavern

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    MMmmmmm...highly recommend.

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    Oh gosh, that looks so good!

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    I've often wondered what the pot roast was....is it meat on top of mash?

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    Yes, the meat is on top of the mashed potatoes with veggies and gravy. It is SSSOOOO delicious.

    I had never eaten at the Liberty Tree. I would definitely go back. Homestyle American comfort food. My fave.

    My brother had the "thanksgiving" dinner which was sliced turkey, potatoes & gravy, stuffing, and green beans. It was also really good (but we both preferred the pot roast). We each ate 1/2 of our meals and then switched plates.

    We got the fried cheese appetizer. The mozzarella sticks were so-so but the cheddar balls were outstanding. I would request all cheddar balls, no mozza sticks!
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    ok now I'm confused :/ everytime I've been to ltt it was family style ham, beef, etc... is there a new menu or have they completely changed?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Keith, post: 247869
    ok now I'm confused :/ everytime I've been to ltt it was family style ham, beef, etc... is there a new menu or have they completely changed?
    Dinner is family style but lunch has a different menu HERE

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    Quote Originally Posted by Isafari, post: 247870
    Dinner is family style but lunch has a different menu HERE
    That explains it, I normally go there for dinner during extra magic hours. Perhaps I'll have to try lunch
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    Keith,

    I think Gwennie's post (based on the time stamp) references the lunch menu where you can order la carte. Menu is here.

    Dinner is still family style all you can eat type of affair. Dinner menu here.

    Tom (... now I'm hungry!)

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    Yes, it was lunch.
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    I find it a bit odd that LTT would serve the pot roast with mash. Traditionally the American Pot Roast is a beef chuck cooked in broth with carrots, potatoes and onions. When it is done you take it out of the pot and slice it into pieces.





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