These restaurants will impress anyone from old-school joints to bucket list foods, making it the ideal spot for romantic dates, after-work happy hour drinks with friends or marking a special event.

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The Greene Turtle

The Greene Turtle is an all-ages restaurant known for its exciting atmosphere every time there is a sporting event. Their casual setting offers food and drinks in an environment designed to build excitement and sports unity, with shareable meals such as burgers, pizza and platters on their menu – not forgetting onion straws, fried pickles and hand-breaded items as appetizers!

At Grill’d Burgers and Fries, grilled burgers come with your choice of cheese and side, served alongside crispy-cut fries smothered in signature cheese sauce. Crinkle-cut fries also feature their special blend of cheese sauce – perfect for snacking! Additionally, there is an extensive selection of sandwiches and salad bars; specialty burgers include maple bacon burgers and spicy jack.

Dessert options at Grubhub include their signature ice cream sundae. In addition, beer, wine and cider are served, with booster seats provided for kids menu. Orders can also be placed online through Grubhub; to save on delivery fees you may consider opting for Grubhub+ or ordering through one of their partners who offers free deliveries.

The Shack

The Shack is a widely read book, often praised for helping to illuminate Trinity and God’s nature more fully. Yet it contains doctrine that is indefensibly antibiblical; thus those reading The Shack should do so with great caution, carefully comparing its content against Scripture before continuing their journey with reading it.

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Sam Worthington is an excellent actor; however, the man known for starring in ‘Avatar’ may not be ideal for appearing in quick-buck films such as this Christian flick which advocates forgiveness to child murderers.

Mack Phillips and his family experience tragedy when his youngest daughter Missy is taken from them without a trace during an idyllic camping trip. It appears she may have been killed by a serial killer; Mack’s grief becomes overwhelming and their family starts disintegrating into pieces.

The film centers around Mack’s encounters with God during this period. While the dialogue in the book was more personal, its adaptation for film takes a different tack; replacing God as depicted by scripture with an abstract father figure with an feminine aesthetic played by Aviv Alush as Jesus and Sumire Matsubara as Sarayu or Sarayu from Japanese mythology (who acts out his part with comedic perfection).

What this film lacks is any clear grasp of what it means to live within God’s presence; instead, its plot revolves around dramatic tests of Mack’s ability to handle his power and an unconvincing portrayal of his relationship with the Trinity which only vaguely parallels what the Bible teaches.