Gluten-Free Mom tastes the House Nachos and the Hot Corned Beef and Swiss with a side of Cole Slaw. We began our meal with a plate of the House Nachos. Topped with Chihuahua cheese bean dip, scallions, diced tomatoes, black olives, chorizo and sour cream, this generous appetizer was more than enough to tide us over until our entrées arrived. The corned beef in my sandwich-sans-bread was seasoned beautifully, and the Swiss cheese was the perfect mild complement to the spicy beef. I’m kind of particular about cole slaw but I’m glad I gave this one a chance; it wasn’t soggy or vinegar-heavy, and the celery seed gave it a nice bite.
Super Senior tastes the Half Salad with Baby Romaine and Marinated Tomato Topped with Caesar Dressing and Rye Croutons (with Chicken added). If you’re a light eater, this is the perfect meal for you. The baby romaine leaves are presented whole, so if you don’t mind some exercise then get to cutting. I’m kind of lazy when it comes to food, so I prefer my leaves already chopped. The salad was drenched with a velvety Caesar dressing that had a slightly tangy kick that I adored. The tomatoes are a nice addition, and I suggest adding the grilled chicken to the salad. The rye croutons were a bit too crispy, but overall, I’d get this meal again.
Foodie Fanatic tastes the Fried Pickles, House Nachos and the Chorizo, Prosciutto, Ham and Provolone Flatbread Pizza with Spicy Marinara. For an appetizer, we ordered the pickles and nachos. I’m not a pickle fan, but the Fried Pickles were addicting, and the nachos were piled high with tomatoes, cheese bean dip, olives, chorizo and sour cream. As a chorizo fan, I also chose the flatbread pizza with this Mexican sausage, and it had just the right amount of kick and savor. The thick slices of ham, chunks of zesty chorizo and layers of provolone were tastefully balanced with the sauce, and the crust was crispy and well-seasoned. Note: If you don’t like spice, you’d better have a glass of water nearby.