Went here for a banquet. Was super good with A LOT OF FOOD!!!! Order the chicken and you get half of a bird PLUS a baked potato, pasta, soup, salad, AND bread!!! Holy cow! Boxes galore! Was super good though.
I was about to vomit everywhere because I had not been drunk in, like, three months and was on painkillers that say “don’t drink too much with these.” Life sucked. I was going to die.
Uno happily satiated my deep dish craving for the day. It was a bright sunny day in Chicago, and we were seated quite quickly out on the patio for the ritually long anticipatory wait for the pan of crust and filling that was presumably sitting in the oven just for us.
If you follow the tourists you end up staring at a signed photo of John Stamos circa 1992 and choking down a mediocre sandwich next to some fat housewife from Wisconsin at the vastly overrated Carnegie Deli. If you follow the Jews who know better you end up here.
No where near the best burger in Milwaukee, and their bloody Mary is the same tired recipe as everyone else that has the ‘best’ bloody in Milwaukee: Jimmy Luv’s mix, vodka, crap that doesn’t belong in a drink.
If you like your cookies, bread and canolis to be awesome, than you have to stop and in and get some. This is THE measuring stick for Italian and French bread. Like Kleenex defines tissues this place defines bread. You can keep your Calandras and the like, they pale in comparison to Sorrento’s.
Im a huge green chili fan so after moving to Pueblo a couple of month’s ago I’ve made it my mission to try every slopper in town. From an outsiders point of view, without being emotionally attached to a restaurant like many Puebloans seem to be, so far the sunset has the biggest and the best. In my opinion the Coors Tavern slopper didn’t even come close.
After watching a special about “The Clam Shack” on the show “Unique Eats” my husband and I decided to plan our long awaited trip to Maine.For the past 6-years we’ve wanted to visit Maine but some reason or another other plans prevailed. As a seafood lover and after seeing those 1lb lobster rolls on the show, that evening we booked a weekend trip to Maine.
This place is awful awful good! Get the burger, seriously. Watch the seedy characters in the casino, or if there’s room belly up to the counter and chat with the cooks. Either way you can’t go wrong with the burger.
I’ve been here twice for lunch. Nice touristy place with a bit of that fishing-town feel. Service was good both times. We’ve had BLT’s and fish-and-chips, both were very good. The only complaint was that one day they advertised pumpkin pie on the outdoor sign as if it was special of the day. The pie was unremarkable.
This place is definitely a dive, and I was a little scared to eat off the plates and use the silverware, and the sandwich is made with straight-up white bread. It kind of reminds me of the soup place on Seinfeld - if you don’t know how to order, and do it fast, you will get a dirty look! “No bbq for you!”
I walked up and ordered and was immediately thanked for coming when I mentioned I hadn’t been there before– nice touch. This was also the first time I had a Sonoran hot dog in my life; shame on m— okay, I’ll cool it with that. All I have to say…amazing.
They have two types of toppings - whipped cream and meringue. I went with meringue and it was tasty for sure. I thought one slice was just perfect for sharing.
We saw this restaurant on Food,Wars, and being lifelong West Coasters on our first visit to Nebraska, we knew that we wanted an authentic Omaha steakhouse experience. Caniglia’s certainly fit the bill.
They make a good Italian hot dog. They only thing I would want to change is for then to use thicker fries on the Italian hot dog. Their Italian hot dog is a 100 times better then Jim Buffs because Jim Buffs is very grease.
ame here for old times sake after our grandmother’s passing.
I have been going to Chickie’s & Pete’s Cafe for dinner for a number of years now. When it is Bluepoint Crab season and when you are in a mood for some hot shrimp, mussels or littleneck clams then this is the place to be.
We always seem to eat at the Duffs on Orchard Park road a few times in the
winter season. It is a favorite stop for our youth hockey team (Near Leisure
Rink). The wings are great and the additional fare is also good to eat.
Prices are fair, and the service is quick even to a large group.
It was sausage with bacon, grilled onions, mayo, tomatoes and mustard. The bread has a sweet flavor. I also had a beef carmelo and it was really good. There are lots of self serve toppings and the prices are pretty reasonable. If you are in the area, check it out.
Gates BBQ, from what the townfolk have told me, is the original real-deal KC bbq: sauce, spicy, and plentiful. Pickles on the side, with a bun/toast slice on the side.