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Is PJ's Country House in Scituate Worth Checking Out?

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We were on our way back from Haddad's in the Brant Rock section of Marshfield the other night when we passed by a rather nice-looking restaurant in Scituate called PJ's Country House (near where Route 3A meets Route 123). It looked a bit classy from the outside, and the grounds looked very nice. Has anyone been there? How is the food? Do they have any outdoor dining in the summer? It looked like the kind of place that would be good for outdoor dining, based on the surroundings. [Go here to post a reply.]
(Posted on 4/8/08 by hiddenboston)


Eric H. wrote:
We stopped at PJ's for lunch and were so impressed by the casually upscale dining rooms, the old-fashioned feel with a touch of grace and pride of ownership, and the delicious food we sampled. They make a great lobster bisque! One might perceive PJ's as having creatively prepared seafood steak and chicken dishes with a high price tag. While that is true, they also offer burgers, fried fish, and onion rings! PJ's can act as an informal stop for a great meal or for a special night out. We'll be back!
- Eric H.
(Posted on 4/9/08)

Mark J wrote:
Eat in the Pub. Good food and good prices. A traditional New England restaurant well worth the stop. Not flashy. Comfortable.
(Posted on 4/17/09)

fran e wrote:
Big zing for PJ's Restaurant. Don't bother.
(Posted on 3/7/10)


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