I’m so glad these guys reopened. Yeah a bazillion flavors of wings but who wants to try #376 BUTTERSCOTCH BANANA? For real. I don’t care I give you points for that bizarre sh*t. That’s just crazy and by all means you have every right to count those.
We love this place. We have has amazing servers. (Well, all but one night but I think she was having a had day ;) The food is great. Prices are great. And it is such a great family environment and located right next to our neighborhood. We can’t get enough!
Good food, good service, community spirit, lots of locals. May have given a 5*, but there are flies galore. They didn’t swarm us somehow, but their numbers were intimidating. Would eat there again in a heartbeat.
Fatheads, I’m officially in love with you! Having relocated from Buffalo, NY, I’ve been searching for good wings. I never thought it would be such a hard task. When I was lamenting over the lack of a good wing, my coworker recommended Fat Heads. I may have to kiss him tomorrow. Ok, maybe not, but they officially have the best wings I’ve had outside of Buffalo. First, they actually call them wings. Just wings! They serve them with blue cheese, celery and carrots! And…
I’d heard about this place from a few of my devious minions and since I was in the area and spotted it I hit the gas and grabbed the first spot I saw on the street and jumped out. I had already researched their menu and had decided on my Fat Sandwhich about a month in anticipation (obsessive? Who me?).
While I’ve ridden by Feast on the 81⁄82 Metro bus line, I didn’t visit until my girlfriend purchased a Groupon for it. We called ahead and made a reservation (of sorts) and rode the bus down to the restaurant. We were greeted by friendly staff and seated upstairs by a window featuring a lovely view of the alley that some folks used for parking.
This is one of my very favorite places in Portland. I will admit up front that I’ve never had an entree other than the hot wings, so if you’re wondering what their other food is like, skip to the next review. I don’t undertand why or how anyone could order anything else, unless it’s in addition to the wings.
Grabbed a bunch of cupcakes/whoopie pies for a dinner this past sunday. To say they were a hit is a gross understatement. The pumpkin whoopie pies were delicious, nothing fake (fake pumpkin flavor via too many season spices is the worst), nothing overdone. The red velvet were well made, the cake set perfectly without being too rich (ala starbucks). At $2.50 each the price was well within budget, comparing to an earlier stop at Sweet Elizabeth’s for $3.50 each (yeah..)
We are both East Coast transplants, that went to school in Philadelphia .
This is the REAL DEAL, and make sure you get it with cheese wiz!
Health conscious, the salads are fresh , well put together and inexpensive.
I know Gus only through my visits to his restaurants. He’s a good guy and definitely good for some interesting conversation about Milwaukee history if you catch him when he’s not too busy.
Went here for the first time a few days ago. Breakfast was very good. Best crispy breakfast potatoes! The spinach omelet was great. They have a large dog friendly patio too! We will be back for lunch sometime.
Came here with my boo after a random trip to Hollywood to pick up free concert tickets from 97.3 The Coast. Gosh, that was a really specific intro sentence. Anywho, read on for a description of Jaxson’s magic!
They might not be the most famous delicatessen in New York, but Lansky’s is a dependable spot for deli lovers in the UWS. True to the “Old Wold” mantra, it feels remarkably old school in here. Dated decor with a bit of a classic edge and the senior citizen patronage to boot, it is undeniably old school with a charming staff and the food is definitely solid.
I usually come up to Ashland once a year or so due to my love of Shakespeare. Whenever I’m in town I ALWAYS go out of my way to visit.
I had driving by Lumpy’s for who know how many times but never had the chance to try it out. We decided to go there for breakfast on Sunday with my daughter and her BF. I don’t usually eat out for breakfast, I love my cereals in the morning with BB’s.
Not the most visible or visibly appealing establishment from the road view, however…the food is off the chain. Go in there and get yourself one of their big burgers and wash it down with a coke or cold beer. Then to finish it up - make sure you get the deep fried oreo’s - they are epic man!
Max and mina’s is such a cute neighborhood ice cream place and I’m so glad to live so close to it. I’ve been here twice and the first time I got two scoops of the red velvet cupcake and coffee ice cream for $3.25. I actually saw specks of cupcake in the ice cream. Though I liked it a lot, both flavors were a bit too rich together. The second time, I got toffee and strawberry ice cream. Now this is more like it! Wow! Probably one of the best strawberry ice cream I’ve had…
Once again, this place has outdone itself. The food is amazing and the service is even better. These guys (and ladies) are so damn friendly. It makes the drive down from Portland absolutely worth it.
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Found their little truck at the Granada hills friday food truck. Couldn’t find them on Yelp in the area and now I know why, they are located in Michigan duh!!!