It's 5 stars for a sandwich shop. Not to be confused with 5 stars for a sit-down, expect-a lot kind of place.
I like the vibe, which is true to their love of the Dead and sandwiches made with good ingredients. I never feel like I've eaten a food bomb, which I get when eating at Johnny Mcguires. Don't get me wrong. I love the sandwiches at JM's too, but some will give you sad tummy if you eat the whole thing.
I have been going to GD's on and off for about ten years now. Consistent.
I expect more from the chef at Bistro CV. The batter for the oysters was crisp, but bland. The remoulade was nice, but I would have liked a bit more sweet acid to it.
Ditto the batter on the buttermilk fried chicken and fried tomatoes. Crispy, but not quite as flavorful as I'd like. I found myself looking for something to put on the chicken to liven it up. Yes, the meat was very juicy. But, no, the meat was not extremely flavorful. The tableside hot sauces are nice, but not exactly what everyone wants on their food (e.g., my wife).
What I found was the sauce on the shrimp & grits, which was very tasty. That dish was very good.
The specialty drinks are nice, and the one salad we tried was good too. The desserts sound good, but we were pretty full after the variety of fried stuff we tried. Next time, and there will be a next time, I think I'll just avoid all fried and work through some of the grill and saute menu. Then we'll really know.
Service was attentive but not as thorough as I'd like: The table wasn't wiped down after removing plates, empty plates were stacked on the table...a pet peeve of mine from food service days past, and the waiter came on strong describing dishes before we looked at the menu, but not really adding anything that wasn't on the menu and suggesting how we should order. I personally hate that.
The music is OK, but nothing related to the southeast. It sounds very much like the soundtrack at Bistro CV.
So, worth a second shot, possibly during their happy hour, but then maybe move on....
I wish all airports could be this nice. Even waiting in line for a late flight boarding is more pleasant when everyone is in the SFO frame of mind. San Francisco Soup Company soup isn't so good, but other things I've tried so far from the good-looking food stands have been better than average.
I wish there was working free wi-fi.
Could be so much more, but pretty good for such a remote town. It's in the middle of a renovation, hopefully corporate has a good plan.
Very nice employees. I have never had a problem with anyone or returning anything that hasn't been right. The sushi chef does a good job, but he's limited on his rice prep by corporate recipe. Ask for the real crab california roll. It's a great deal. Deli and meat/seafood is good, not amazing. The cheese section is pretty good for a small town.
Starbucks is staffed with really friendly people too. The cafe area is as plain as a waiting room.
If you accept the "dangers" of raw milk, this is the place in northern Colorado. We've been buying from Lugene and family for years. Taking away any holistic arguments about raw and organic, it just tastes so much better. Hanging out with this wonderful. soulful group of people is an added plus.
I'm rating the Sunday night bar menu/happy hour situation. While you might be seated next to some very loud people talking at the bar (yes, that guy!), and your high-chair height bar seat may not have a back (getting old-er sucks), the food is an amazing deal and the infusions/libations are clever and artful. Apple brush anyone? I love the vibe and I love what Laundry does with the food. I'm not yet sure if I love pig's ears.
New great chef, new interior layout, same owner, same nice vibe, but the issues I had almost four years ago are gone. The first few things we've had were amazing. Great addition to Yampa Street food scene. Wonderful riverside tables. Nice indoor tables and a cozy bar. Way to stick with it Katherine!
I signed up for FastBreak/RapidRez (expedited pickup). I had my car within three minutes of reaching the Budget office at Newark.
They upgraded me from a mid-size to a Town & Country van. It was great for my family. Decent mileage, very comfortable and clean. No hassles at all.
Returned it to LaGuardia. Also without a single problem. Just remember to fill the tank because their gas policy is very, very expensive. (the closest station is about three blocks from the LaGuardia dropoff near 88th Ave.)
7-2014 Went again (begged by friends). better service, Meh food. Tasty beer.
7-2013: Wanted to like it. Went in and were seated at 5:45. A few other outdoor tables and one inside table.
The hostess left us with menus and no water. No one came by for five minutes. I looked over at the hostess, who was talking to someone...an owner? She saw me and moved to not be seen. There were plenty of staff around, but no one seemed to feel the need to come over.
Finally, a waiter came by and said, "oh, no water." He left without asking us if we wanted anything, and did not come back. After a few more minutes, someone came by with water. Still no waiter. We left.
Of the tables with people, none had food--a very bad sign when you enter a place, and worse given this experience. Who knows when food would come?
Hey KIngsley Tavern: train your hostess/staff or close, there's really no excuse for this.
I would go back and sit at the bar for a beer, but will not go back to try the food.
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