Expensive. $10 for a burger, fries, and soda is what I expect at a sit down restaurant, not at an order-at-the-counter joint. Burger was good (real avocado), fries were decent, but far from $10 worth of a lunch stop.
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I sent three e-mails to Arnold while she was on the ACHD. She did not respond to any of those inquiries about ACHD issues. I then obtained her personal e-mail address from her web-site and re-sent the e-mails. Again, I received no response to my inquiries. She has no business being in the public sector on any level. She will not serve anyone but herself.
The name of the beer and the "unfortunately brewed in Idaho," is appropriate for the message Crooked Fence is trying to send. Add me to the list of beer drinkers who just became way more enthusiastic about Crooked Fence and their product. Kudos to all involved with this IPA.
I had a chicken sandwich with way too much cheese. I never thought there was such a thing as too much cheese, but this was like a cheese sandwhich with chicken. It came with salt that included fries. I am not kidding. The fries had so much salt on them, I sent them back. I could not eat them and I like salty food. The waitress kindly made a second batch of over-fried crispy, crunchy fries that resembled McDonalds fries that had sat on the floor of my car for three months. This place has some work to do, especially in the food quality department.
This place has a great atmosphere, although it is quite loud with crowd noise. The decor is tastefully done with a great bar. The wine list was good and the beer list was nice although two IPA's on tap without a single amber or pale ale is not well planned. The cocktail I ordered was good. Service is a bit slow in this place and the food needs some work. At first glance the prices seem quite reasonable, but when the dishes arrive without sides (salad, veggies, or bread) then the price is somewhat expensive. I ordered the salmon which was more like a pasta plate with a slab of over cooked salmon on it. Good for Fork for using wild-caught Alaskan salmon instead of farmed salmon, but learn to cook it! The dish needed a side of some sort. I asked for bread and was brought four small pieces of grill charred bread for which I was charged. A dish like that should come accompanied by bread, with no charge. I really want to like this place, but it needs work. Food should include some sides at no extra charge, and service needs to be fine-tuned.
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