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Pot Roast @ Liberty Tree Tavern

Discussion in 'Mouse on the Move' started by gwennie81, Feb 22, 2011.

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

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

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

    Tom :)macwave:... 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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    now im hungry!!
     
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    My brother was only disappointed they did not have beer. HAH! To be honest, at that point I could've gone for a Sam Adams...
     

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