seekandfind would you please direct everyone towards which beer is $13 a glass? The research you provided does not display any beers that are sold by the glass at $13. Maybe if you weren't such a "stupid dipwad" you would understand what ounces and milliliters refer to on a semi upscale menu. For instance the red Solo cup you're probably used to drinking out of holds 16 to 20 ounces of liquid. If you purchased one of the R&R's 22oz or 750ml selections it would not fit in your Solo cup as it would overflow and you would have a mess on your hands. Understand?
You all need to believe in second chances! Order the fajita nachos and I promise you won't be disapointed! Plus we all have bad days chop it down to that and give a second go trust me it will be well worth it!
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There's the research dipwad. Better be careful who you call stupid.
seekandfind. Better do your own research before you make stupid comments. Those beers are Belgium beers in 22 oz bottles. Good luck finding a bottle of Chimay or Pranqster for much cheaper in a store. Also, a liter of beer runs for about $9.50. I'd recommend you go and try some food and drink there before you start making comments about something you know nothing about.
Let's not forget the half price drinks happy hour with specials on appetizers.
Drinks are always half priced when sitting at the bar.
They also have a very nice salad bar that includes 4 soup options.
Better check the menu prices before going. Beer at $13 a glass seems high.
No place the pre-makes all of the food -- and still can't get it out to a party of four at the same time -- deserves a good review. I can reheat lasagna myself for far less than waht it costs at this overpriced cafeteria!
A great review for a great resturant. I love R&R and I recommend it to all of my friends. The flat bread is addicting and the beer options are something we look forward to on each visit. I don't have a favorite dish yet because so far everything I have tried was delilicious. Grace Randel recommended the finger steaks and I have been Jonesing for them since I ordered them. It's difficult to decide what to order because you want what you had on your last visit because it was so good but you also want to try something new!
The best thing about this place is the alcohol selection.
I have usually enjoyed going to the Plank for their 25 cent wing specials on Mondays and Wednesdays because it was cheap and on average okay wings. I went to Woody's for the first time since the name change last week in hopes of some more of their wings and to try their new BBQ. Sure the price of wings had gone up to three for a dollar, but I was fine with that as I was looking forward to them. I always order my wings extra crispy in hopes that they will cook them a little longer more crispy to my liking. I ordered twelve of their wings extra crispy and the cook was told to make them extra extra crispy. I also ordered some of their St. Louis style Baja ribs with a side salad and a October beer.
I watched as the cook came from the back with a Ziploc bag of precooked chicken wings and a Ziploc bag of ribs. He proceeded to dump the wings into the fryer and then put the ribs on the flat top with a lid and squirted water under it to steam them. After a few minutes he removed the wings from the fryer, sauced them and put them on a plate with the ribs. I was served the ribs and wings without my salad which I had to wait a while before it actually was served.
I will start with the salad. It was very basic, iceberg lettuce, grape tomatoes, cheese, croutons, and ranch dressing. It was just, basic. I love a good salad and this was not it. The croutons were tiny out of a box uniform stall nothingness. The lettuce was cut very small which I find odd as it makes it hard to eat.
The wings were exactly what I expected as soon as I saw him take them out of the fryer after only a few minutes, disappointing. I ask for extra crispy because I don't like a soggy wing where the skin is rubbery. I want a little slight crunch to the wing. Even with precooked wings it was not long in the fryer to get even a little crispy.
Ribs, I love good ribs. Woody's ribs were all wrong. First they weren't left on the flattop long enough to even heat the meat through let alone the bones. In my experience ribs cooked previously and then reheated never will compare to fresh off the smoker ribs. These ribs were still cool, the meat tough and certainly not fall off the bone. The flavor was okay, but that is all they had going for them.
It all comes down preparation and execution. I can easily see where one would want to prepare food so it would be easier and faster come serving time, but you miss out on the good. I have to fault the cook who seemed to be just that, a cook. He didn't seem to care as long as the food went onto the plate. When someone says cook the wings extra crispy three minutes in a fryer is not going to make them crispy. If you're a cook you should know that a few minutes on the flattop with ribs right out of the fridge is not going to heat them through.
The worst thing I see when I am cooking any kind of food is serving bad food. I take pride in what I serve. If it is supposed to be hot it is hot, if it is supposed to be cold it is cold. Those are very key items right behind flavors.
I think Woody's has failed at what it was trying have as its signature flavor, BBQ. If the sign out front says BBQ then you better have good BBQ. Woody's you failed me and I don't see myself giving you another chance.
If you can find better baklava in this town, please let me know.
We saw this place on diners drive ins and dives.. We went 9/23/2011 dont waist your gas. They dont have Steak sandwich no pot roast and they and way too spendy. My wife had the nachos and didnt get near as much as you see on T.V.. My hamburger was 13.00 and was half as good as Red Robin....Our bill came to 35.00 for a burger and Nachos...My own fault....We should have got up and left when we saw the menu......we wont be back....be careful of what you see on T.V.
Great review! It captures the spirit at the KUNA El Gallo Giro perfectly.
I had not realized it until reading this review. It is kind of noisy and active,
because people are enjoying the food and company.
It is worth the pleasant drive to Kuna, the food and climate are wonderful.
Campos is great and offers a wide selection, however when it comes to carne asada and other prepared meat that you can cook at home, Nuestro Pueblo (just north of Campos on Fairview) is much better. It may not be as large nor does it have the variety of Campos, but the meat tastes much better.
The food is fresh and local and delicious. It is a wonderful place. My only complaint is that they don't have beer! What the fuck? I like to drink wine or beer with my food, not bullshit Coca Cola or lemonade. If not for that, it would be a six star place to eat. But shit, let's get some real beverages in there. 5 star food!
I went to pick up my TOGO order and thought they had forgotten to add the food. Whe I opened the container it had about ten fries a 3 greasy semi warm fingersteaks. When I asked about the portion size for $10.00 they said they weighed it. Gosh if I wanted weighed potions I would eat at Jenny Craigs! The food was so so but the service was unexceptable! I will not go back.
Agree with this review, the food I had there a few months ago was bland and pretty awful. I had the sirloin salad, the beef was overcooked and rubbery, tasted like old leftovers. Salad was pretty much just green lettuce. Bland, did not taste good, and I felt ripped off at 9.99. The Falcon serves a MUCH better version of that salad. My friend got the Seared Ahi salad. The Ahi was NOT seared, had no color to it (except grey), and it was cooked well-done throughout. Horrible. I was hoping they'd gotten better, as it does look like it could be a cool place to hang out.
I went there and was unimpressed, first off the bloody Mary was $10. In no way should a Bloody Mary cost $10. The food was so-so and overpriced. I too was put off by the fact that a lot of things were precooked, especially for the prices they were charging. I typically love going to Berryhill so don't think I am a hater, but unless they changed something in the last month or so, I probably won't be going back, to Bacon at least.
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I don't know. The reviews from our local corporate entities remained positive, but go outside that into your Urbanspoon and Yelp and the place is generally getting trashed (high prices for small quantity, options including the bacon are already precooked, output is less flattering than what it states to be on the menu). Makes me wonder in a situation like this with a high-profile restauranteur in a relatively small and insular restaurant community if some of our local reviewers (Guy Hand aside) are afraid to ruffle Berryhill's feathers.
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