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Moore’s Tavern Bacon Cheeseburger

Posted by LOTGK on June 16, 2008

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Cheeseburger, Cheeseburger, Cheeseburger

Moore’s Tavern located on South Avenue in the heart of Youngstown, Ohio is a popular restaurant for lunch for dining in and take out. As you can see, I ordered take out.

I ordered the half pound bacon cheeseburger with fries. The cost was $6.95 which is reasonable considering a quarter pound of beef, cheese, bacon, and fries. It came all nice and neat in a styrofoam container. (At least it was all in the container)

The burger was well done as ordered, the bacon crunchy and cooked, and the cheese melted but not dripping messy, and the fries, crunchy and tasty although not to plentiful. For 7 bucks, I was expecting more, not less.

The order was correct, and was on time when we went for pickup which is always a huge plus.

The Grassy Knoll Institute awards 3 out of 5 shots and recommends Moore’s Tavern for lunch.

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Taco Bell Taquito’s

Posted by LOTGK on March 18, 2008

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Taco Bell Taquito

Well you knew I would get around to this some day. Taco Bell has a new item on their menu, (Seems to have something new every month) the Taquito that comes in two styles, the chicken or steak Taquito.

Basically, it’s a grilled soft taco shell wrapped with chicken wedges with melted cheese all for only 99 cents.

As far as fast food fare goes, the Taquito wasn’t bad. It was hot, with enough chicken and cheese except at the end of the shell, which was empty.

The cost, at 99 cents, it was a good deal for a fast food pick me up type of meal.

Reluctantly, the Grassy Knoll Institute awards 2.75 out of 5 shots to Taco Bell Taquiot’s and recommends them for late night dinner.

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Maxwell’s Restaurant – Gatlinburg

Posted by LOTGK on March 5, 2008

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Maxwell’s Restaurant – Gatlinburg, Tennessee

Maxwell’s Restaurant is located right on the Parkway in Gatlinburg, Tennessee. Being in the mood for something different to eat, we ventured in and were greeted by a huge fish tank with apparently our dinner swimming inside. We were met by the hostess and seated right away. (Not a good sign on a busy week during a trade show in Gatlinburg) She took our drink order, (Diet Coke) and then our dinner order which was the grilled chicken in a lemon sauce.

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Instead of the salad, I opted for the soup, which was a wise choice for it was potato soup. A huge assortment of bread was brought to our table with plenty of butter. The soup was exquisite, the best potato soup I have ever had. Big chunks of potato, carrots, celery, a hint of bacon, onion, and a very steamy broth that made my mouth water. The bread I passed on.

grilled chicken

The main dish came out minutes after our soup and salads were done. The chicken was plentiful, cooked just right, and several added lemon slices in case more was needed. A steaming hot baked potato in butter completed the meal.

The chicken tasted great. (It tasted just like chicken!) Very tender, juicy, and just spicy enough. As baked potatoes go, this one was very good.

The cost was just under $30 not including tip.

The Grassy Knoll Institute awards 4.25 out of 5 shots to Maxwell’s Restaurant in Gatlinburg and recommends them for dinner.

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Champions Restaurant – Philadelphia

Posted by LOTGK on January 30, 2008


Champions Restaurant, inside the Marriott Hotel in downtown Philadelphia.

After running up the Philadelphia Museum Of Art steps ala Rocky Balboa I was ready for a good dinner. We wound up at the hotel restaurant instead.
My order was very simple. A bowl of chicken noodle soup and an order of chicken planks.

chicken noodle soup

After an almost 30 minute wait, (And there was no excuse for the restaurant was not crowded at all) my chicken soup came. It looked delicious and it was good.

chicken fingers

Before the chicken planks arrived, the server brought me fried fish and macaroni and cheese. I told him that wasn’t what I ordered and he actually argued with me. I asked to speak to my waitress. She came over and saw the mistake and said she would put a rush on my order. No apology, no batting of the eyes, nothing. I wasn’t holding out much hope on the rush part.

My wife ordered a Philly steak and cheese. It came without cheese! WTF! It also went back.

Finally, after another 20 minutes, our correct dinners arrived and they were tasty.

However, taking into account the shoddy service, the arguing, and the incorrect meals, the Grassy Knoll Institute awards 1.75 shots out of 5 and does not recommend Champions Restaurant inside the Downtown Philadelphia hotel.

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Aunt Mahalia Candy Apples

Posted by LOTGK on December 13, 2007

Doesn’t this caramel apple look good? Yes, it was. While walking the parkway in Gatlinburg, Tennessee I saw this apple in the window of Aunt Mahalia’s candy shop. It was actually calling my name. I replied.

In a nutshell, this caramel apple was one of the best I ever ate. The Grassy Knoll Institute awards 4 out of 5 shots and recommends Aunt Mahalia’s caramel apples with a deduction of one point for the price, $2.00, seriously, two bucks for an apple. I guess location, location, location, is the price increase.

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