It took 2 months for us to coordinate our schedules with the Nomerati, but it finally happened and it was worth it.
As a matter of fact there was a mad scramble at the last couple days before we went so Distortedgirl and Veganjacob came along also.
I never did make it to Pigall's so I have no idea what it looked like, but from what I've heard they didn't change much, but if so, I didn't find it as stuffy as I would have thought and it had a contemporary feel.
What happens after a group of geeks order their drinks and food?
The apetizers were creative and delish.
Dave, playing against type ordered a Shlitz, not sure if he fancies himself a hipster, or just being contrary.
$14 burger meet my leetle friend, my tummy.
OK, on the surface that sounds expensive right? Let me tell you its the bargain of the century, it was every bit as good as the $20 burger I had at the Rockit Bar & Grill in Chicago, $6 difference and the cost of getting up there? A $20 burger for about $70 off. I actually came out $56 ahead by eating one of the best burgers I've ever had.
No, expensive is a $10 piece of crap burger you can get a couple blocks away on 7th. That's expensive.
The deconstructed apple crisp, I don't know how they prepared the apple, not sure I care, this was eyes rolled up in the back of your head good.
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