Eddie’s Grill Eat In – Last Meal
Posted by LOTGK on September 20, 2010
Eddie’s Grill, located on Geneva-On-The-Lake, closed this weekend for the season signaling the end of Summer. If you travel to Geneva from now until Mothers Day weekend, most of the boardwalk shops and attractions will be boarded up. After all, it is a Summer resort town.
Before Eddie’s Grill closed it’s doors, we made one more trek to the land of the best cheeseburger in the land. Since the restaurant was packed, I bellied up to the counter and took the last stoll available. Patty had ventured into several stores to do some shopping so this was a perfect opportunity for my last meal.
The waitress, dressed in white, (They are always dressed in white) came over and took my order right away. (I pitied the suckers waiting in the long line to order take out.) I ordered my standard, a cheeseburger, fries, and a diet Coke. My waitress turned around and shouted out my order to the grill boys cokking.
In less than five minutes, my order was up and brought to the counter. As always, the food at Eddie’s is fresh, hot, well cooked, and delicious. Knowing this would be my last meal I ate slowly and savored every bite and fry.
Patty came along just as I finsihed up and we went on our way visiting the Geneva’s quirky shops and attractions for the last time for the Summer. Next year we will return, hopefully to a more enhanced boardwalk that was promised way back in 2006.
The Grassy Knoll Institute scores 5 out of 5 shots and recommends Eddie’s Grill for lunch and for dinner.
LURKING ON THE GRASSY KNOLL
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