What kind of slob needs fries with his Bloody Mary!?!?!
Chef Daniel Porubiansky former executive chef of Bacchanalia has joined our staff at Century House Tavern in Woodstock. OTP? Not sure if the staff at the Loaf ever travel outside the 285 perimeter, but check your ego's and give it a try sometime as you might be suprised.
I'll have one of those and a coupla brews.
Needs some fries, though, No-Show Nad. Are they in the cup?
I rest my case.
The deal on H&F is that the 2 stands in the outfield have fries available. The one behind home plate on the 100 level doesn't, just burgers at cokes.
Best ballpark item in America has to be the Dodger Dog. Farmer John is the man!
Nope. This one had a deep fryer. Saw it while waiting in line.
This article just kept going and going, kudos for gathering all of this info.
I read somewhere that one of the H&F stands does not have its own deep fryer. Maybe it was that one and that would explain the soggy fries.
I think the photographer just did that to showcase the burger. Burger comes with fries $12. $15 with a coke as well.
If the H&F burger comes with fries, $12 is a better deal than I initially thought. My impression was that the burger came solo (like in the photo above)....
Follows an interesting essay from The New Yorker about The Perfect Manhattan. It seems most everyone has an opinion. http://archives.newyorker.com/?i=2012-12-0…
@Dumpy good suggestion. Maybe we'll stop reading the food articles in CL altogether. Sure it will help your buddy the food writer to have a paper that can't get advertising for its food section due to low readership.
Why don't you take all your protective energy and give him the advice that he should consider all his readership feedback, not just the praise, for future articles/blogs.
Thanks for the catch, myahoo!
Sucks since they ditched the Chicago Dog last year.
I think it's 'invited my husband and me'.
Why don't you assholes that come here to complain about Cliff find something better to do??? Seriously the same group of ignorant trolls complain and complain yet here they are reading the articles and taking the time to post inane responses, like a bunch of children sitting around smelling their own farts. jezuz......get a fuckin' life already.
It's a shame. Paul is a great chef with great food concepts. Unfortunately he let his son run two of his restaurants and both (well actually one had two incarnations), so three, have been failures in every possible way a restaurant could fail.
Same thing happened with the Vinings Inn & the River Room. The owner, not Paul, let his son run the business. You could mark on the calendar when the son took over managing the two businesses and their decline. Those two restaurants haven't folded because they are protected financially by other interests.
Best bubble tea in town is in the food court of the Hong Kong Supermarket on Jimmie Carter Blvd. That whole shopping center is a Viet-food lovers dream come true. I'm looking at you VN Tofu...
Get there early or the bubbles will be gone!
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