I’m hitting all of the restaurant’s that begin with the letter “R” and Rimel’s Rotisserie is a restaurant I’d been wanting to try ever since I started my culinary adventure. This adorable, cozy eaterie surprised me on a couple of different levels: The prices are so reasonable and the menu is so much more than a typical grill. The bowls, soups (including bone broth ramen), plates, salads, and sandwiches compliment the proteins ranging from seafood and tofu to filet and chicken, of course. The second thing that delighted my group of gal pals was the wonderful service. Our server was knowledgable and had such a familiar, friendly vibe that it felt like we were being hosted in a friend’s home. While Rimel’s has been around for over 22 years, I’m guessing that, like myself, you may have never given it a try. So if service, great food, easy parking, family owned and locally grown sound appetizing — put Rimels on your “must try” list.
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