Hands down one of the most disgusting
places i have ever been. Flies flying all over my food in the dining area. Disgusting. The manager, a short blonde girl, was shrieking and watching football and would not come to my table when i asked my server to send her over.
Great food at a reasonable price.
The perfect place to go if you want to watch a game, they have a ton of new flat screens and a few big screens so there is not a bad seat in the house. The menu has something for everyone and they have specials during the week so it is light on the wallet. I have never had a bad experience at this place and after a few visits it seems like everyone knows you. A lot of people get this location mixed up with the larger location in Bethlehem, but this place is a true charming gem in Saucon Valley!
L-o-n-g wait for sub standard food..
Arrived, ordered and waited 35 minuets for a salad, then in 2 minutes the "meal" arrived with missing Scallops. Waiter advised the Scallops would take longer (?). Common sence would have it wait so the platter came out together. So, you have a cold salad and hot vegetables in front of you at basicly the same time.
The Scallops came out for desert.
It seems like this place just opened and all were trying to learn what to do. After eating (and 1.7 hrs later in total time) the check was brought and the waiter never came back to collect the money. There were 7 customers in the place and about 8 emplyees so where was everyone? Had to take the bill up to the bar, and waited, to cash out. It was 2+ years since I was there last, NEVER AGAIN.
If You Like TGI Fridays . . ..
. . . you'll find Starters Pub to be an enjoyable dining experience. Casual, noisy and with a variety of familiar foods (ranging from burgers through steaks) this bar/restaurant lives up to the name "pub." Nothing that our party of four had was bad, but nothing was so exceptional that you'd drive 20 miles out of your way to get, either. Dining at Starters is just about the same experience that you'd expect from a TGI Fridays without being quite so corporately slick.