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Noon Hill Grill Brings Boston-Like Dining Experience to Medfield, Mass.

Noon Hill Grill, Medfield, Massachusetts
Noon Hill Grill, Medfield, Massachusetts.


Article and photos by Eric Hurwitz. Page created on 8/26/17.

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Noon Hill Grill, in Medfield, Mass., has a nice location within a former train station and along the food and drinks selection beg one to ask: why drive all the way into Boston when there are great dining choices like this in the suburbs?

The menu is diverse and comes up with real winners like the horseradish encrusted salmon, turkey burger on a pretzel roll, fish tacos, burger with cheddar, bacon, cajun mayo and onion straws, pesto chicken sandwich, steak tips, homemade beef chili, New England clam chowder, and fried calamari. Noon Hill Grill also features an excellent selection of salads, perhaps the best being the strawberry salad with goat cheese, walnuts over mixed greens and tossed in a lemon poppy vinaigrette topped with balsamic reduction drizzle. Servings are generally huge, but more, importantly delivered with high quality and taste. The bar looks great with an extensive drinks list and the dining room is very comfortable.

With a skilled chef, good management and well chosen hosts and servers, everything seems to work well at Noon Hill Grill and should be considered a go-to place for date nights, dining out with the family, or when taking friends or family from out of town to lunch or dinner. It's that good and without the need to drive into the big city! Noon Hill Grill is located at 530 Main St., Medfield. Tel. 508-359-9155
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