About Page Road Grill
Contemporary American cuisine with a southern twist using locally sourced food whenever possible. Featuring fresh salads, deli sandwiches on house-made bread, burgers, steaks and seafood. Full service bar with twenty beers on tap with an emphasis on micro brews. We also offer signature cocktails and a fine wine list.
Contemporary American, Comfort Food, Low Country
Hours of Operation:
LUNCH Monday - Friday 11am - 4pm
DINNER Monday - Friday 4pm - 930pm
Saturday 5pm - 930pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
We offer full service catering to your home or business. Box lunches, pick-up and drop off also available. Visit chapelhillrestaurantgroup.com for sample menus and contact information.
Private lot with ample parking and lighting. Entrance/egress off Page Road with additional entrance/egress to service road leading to HWY 54 and Page Road.
Private Party Facilities:
Private Dining 1: 34 seat private room with picture windows and full audio/video. Private Dining 2: 14 person conference table, picture windows and full audio/video.
Private Party Contact:
Ian Willis: x
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Delivery, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Patio/Outdoor Dining, Private Room, Smoking Area, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Page Road Grill Ratings and Reviews
Good food in a nice atmosphere. One comp ...
Good food in a nice atmosphere. One complaint: I am a vegetarian and when I ordered my grain salad it randomly came with bacon. They apologized for the error and brought a new salad but I was disappointed. (The salad doesn't come with bacon. Strange.) I think they get so busy that they are not checking the orders carefully. Please pay attention.
The Lunch Menu is not large, but there i ...
The Lunch Menu is not large, but there is a pretty wide selection of salads, sandwiches, and plates that offers something for everyone. The food was very good. Plan to arrive by 11:30 or make a reservation as the place fills up quickly with the business lunch crowd.
PRG is a very good restaurant overall. ...
PRG is a very good restaurant overall. The food is always fresh, tasty and nicely presented. There are a few servers who are outstanding at PRG and, when we have Jen, we could not be happier. She is perhaps the best server at any restaurant in the Triangle. She makes the dining experience exceptional. And, the dessert special on this particular occasion, a strawberry cake, was to-die-for in every sense of the word.
This was the first time we ate here. I ...
This was the first time we ate here. It is extremely overpriced for the portions. $4 for three small bites of bread & a very small container of butter. My daughter had chicken. For $17 it was smaller than her fist. We had the brisket & it was so dry it was barely edible. The broccoli was so overcooked it was blackened. My daughters cooked veggies were raw. Waiter spilled water all over table & just left it for us to mop up. No comment no help. Never saw a manager. Will not return.
I eat here fairly frequently. I love the ...
I eat here fairly frequently. I love the burgers, I always order medium well. The las 2 visits ( last one was Monday) the burger came very rare.
I usually have an awesome waiter who takes something off the bill or brings a dessert, this one was not a happy guy and I barely got an apology?t
It was fine
Met a colleague for lunch. The food was good although nothing special. I had the BLT. It was supposed to be served with fried green tomatoes but they substituted a nice ripe red tomato instead. Bacon was very tough and not particularly flavorful. Lettuce was crisp and bread was fresh. Service was spotty. We were seated on time, order was taken promptly and food was delivered expeditiously. However, I never could get my glass filled with water until asking our waiter twice and two other employees. Finally was filled just as we were leaving. Overall, a fine place for a business lunch but nothing particularly memorable.
Always a solid choice for real food at l ...
Always a solid choice for real food at lunchtime. The menu includes numerous modern adaptations of southern classics like salmon on a bed of Hoppin John and shrimp & grits. Service is prompt and professional, even when the lunch rush peaks....as it does every day.
Review of Page Road Grille
The food is always good and the servers are also very attentive. Great place for business lunches since they take reservations but they get very busy so walk-ins can be 'iffy'. Take the time to make reservations or reserve some of the conference rooms they have. Arrive early as parking is tedious sometimes.
The food was really good. I had 3 NC Sca ...
The food was really good. I had 3 NC Scallops over risotto. They didn't offer any bread, and the entree didn't come with a salad. $20 was a little pricey for what you get. But the food was good, we had a group of 6 co-workers, and sat in a cozy booth. It was a lively atmosphere. I would go back again.
Nice menu variety
We met up with several friends, two of whom are vegetarian. We all found menu items to suit our appetites. I really appreciate the 2 sizes offered for salads and the small plates menu. My friend said the shrimp and grits was some of the best he has had. And he tries it often! My crab cakes had plenty of crab and flavor. The only misstep was the Brussels sprouts. They were quite tasty but barely cooked. I like my veges on the crisp side but these were downright hard. So if you order them, request they be cooked through. Service was prompt and friendly.
This was my first time visiting the restaurant. I have never been able to get in but also did not know about the reservation possibility. I would have liked an earlier time but then I only tried the same day I went. The food was very good as was the service. I would go back and recommend it as a place worth trying. Parking I found to be an issue.
Casual, but upscale atmosphere.
Never had a meal that I didn't 'love'! Very convenient location, off I-40. Lots of business people if you go Mon-Fri, between 5pm-6:30pm, as the location is in Research Triangle Park. However; very lively, with good music in the background.
The shrimp and grits are my favorite entree, and the tuna carpaccio is to-die-for. I ordered the tuna as an appetizer to share, but will order the tuna as my entree, next time.
I've had the banana bread pudding, and the strawberry-almond crumble for dessert, and they were both delicious. They both come with ice cream. I'm not fond of the ice cream there. They make their own, and the taste is bland. However, on top of the dessert you don't notice the blandness; only if eaten alone.
Chips werent as hot as usual but overall great!
Page Road is great for work lunch. But if you plan to go near noon, reserve a table!!! You could have a hefty wait if not, on workdays.
Best burgers I have had in town, and when served hot the chips are awesome! Can recommend burgers, roast beef, club, and more. Have not had the seafood though.
Enjoy this gem anytime, service with a smile too!!
Service was below par
Been here many times for lunch before but service was not the best this time. I made reservation for lunch ahead of time and we still had to wait another 15 minutes to be seated. Once seated, no one came to get our drink order. Another 12 minutes went by before we flagged a passing waiter to get someone to our table.
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