The Fife and Drum Restaurant is located in the minimum security prison in Concord. You drive up and park in the small lot and then walk in and give the guard your drivers license and sign in. The restaurant is located just off the lobby and it's small and only open Tues-Fri between 11:30 and 12:30. One main course that changes daily or a weekly sandwich, soup and salad, soft drinks, dessert and coffee is included in the price.
There are no signs for the restaurant anywhere. And yes, it looks like a prison. Actually, the rest of the facility looks much nicer and they also have a dairy farm on the premises. No cameras or electronic devices are allowed inside. The restaurant is run by the inmates who do everything from waiting on the guests to cooking. The main courses this week has been, Chicken and Broccoli Alfredo on Tuesday, Steak Bomb with Fries on Wednesday and today it was Grilled Boneless Pork Chop with Potatoes Au Gratin, Honey Glazed Carrots and Sauteed Onions with Gravy. The salad is a choice between Garden or Caesar and I had the Caesar and it was fine and come with the dressing on the side. The soup was Lemon Chicken, piping hot and not bad. The grilled pork chop was overcooked, but my plastic knife managed to cut it. It was a big heap of carrots and the potatoes au gratin was good and you certainly get enough food. You get a metal fork and spoon but a plastic knife. The weekly sandwiches were a Cuban (served on a bulkie roll) and French dip, both served with fries. Oh, there were also two desserts but I forgot what they were since I was stuffed at that point. How much was it? $3 plus tax so that makes it a whopping $3.21 for everything. My waiter was very pleasant and I did enjoy my meal. The restaurant itself is behind the van in the picture. The glass is one way, so the restaurant inside was nice a bright.