This place is very small so if you’re a large group, don’t count on getting seats together. During the winter it gets very cold whenever the front door opens. As such, leave the little ones home.
With that out of the way, I enjoyed the food very much. The menu is easy to comprehend and the prices are amazing! For McDonalds money you get fresh burrito bowls or tasty tacos. Check out my orders and how cheap all of this food costs. Service is friendly and food is out together quickly. I left hungry because the dishes aren’t that filling but it was cheap and tasty.
Only disappointment was the taco shells. They tasty like banana like and doughy. Kids hated it too.
I was invited to a private suite for a Red Sox game today. I can’t say I’m a big fan of the Red Sox, but I had never been to Fenway Park before. Also, the allure of the private suite and all that it comes with made it that much more special.
Since this is a food blog, I’ll focus on the food and not how the Red Sox did.
First, we were served grilled Italian sausages with onions and red/green peppers, hot dogs, and buffalo wings. Then we ordered a crap load of other stuff: Caesar salad, cheese pizza, steak tips, nachos with chili, chicken quesadillas, clam chowder, chips and dip and more.
Everything was spot on except for the pizza. This was thin and dry. The menu claims that its Papa Gino’s pizza. Well that explains it!
The chicken quesadillas were excellent, as were the steak tips. The fully stocked fridge with all the beer and soda (and water) you can drink was also a welcomed addition. Throw in a few friends and overall, a great experience!
On a client meeting and it’s customary to take them out for an extravagant lunch or dinner. Our client picked Mexican food. I am not a big fan since I don’t like onions, pico de gallo, sour cream, etc…
This is what I ended up getting to be safe. It’s a small portion and I’m left still hungry. Oh well. Cost: $8.95.