Grafton >Food & Dining > Post Office Pub Restaurant
1 Ray St, North Grafton, MA | Directions 0153642.232200 -71.707638
Mon - Thu, 11:30am - 9pm; Fri, Sat, 11:30am - 10pm; Sun, 9am - 9pm
Our waitress, Stephanie was very pleasant and knowledgeable.
Julie is the best. Friendly & accommodating as always, thank you!
The server was so friendly. Service was wonderful, loved the band! I had an amazing time!
Booths are a little small – otherwise the is our favorite Friday night spot!!! Love it here! Very family friendly!
Cynthia (pretty eyes) was a great server. I am also a fan of Amyle the Bartender!
We've been looking for a moderately-priced Sunday brunch option in the Worcester County area for quite some time. Generally, the pricing for a brunch buffet runs in the $15-$20 range here - which gets kinda pricy when kids are included, even if they're discounted. Enter the Post Office Pub, where a much more reasonable $11.99 - kids $7.29 - gets you most of your typical all-you-can eat Sunday brunch options, with some exceptions. While the brunch menu includes the usual scrambled eggs, eggs benedict, pancakes, waffles, ham, sausage, pastries et al, one will not find juices or bacon included in the buffet price (these can be ordered a la carte, of course, and pricing is reasonable). Coffee and tea are included, as is a wonderful omelet station. There were some minor issues with some of the buffet items - hash browns were dry and the coffee a touch weak - but otherwise food was excellent. The decor includes many artifacts, signs, and toys from Post Office buildings of old, and it makes a great theme. Staff was friendly and VERY attentive, and one can tell from the overheard banter that many of the clientele are regular visitors. This is a great place with friendly atmosphere, and I recommend it highly - we'll be back soon!
Stephanie anticipated what you want before you do! She remembers customers and serves them well.
I ate here and also attended a shower here. The food was good, service was fine. The main dining area is a fun casual place with pub type memorabilia . The private room is nice, there is lots of glass and sunny a good place for a function, I would recommend it.
The Pub's food is so much better and more creative with the new chef and beer specials make a very reasonable night out!!!
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