an egg is an egg...meditating at the Museo Miró in Barcelona

Thursday, April 21, 2011

Arch Street Tavern [CT] update...

Just a short walk from our concert, we visited Arch Street Tavern again. The Quiche of the Day was Crab [$9.95] served with a side salad. Sounded good so four of us ordered it. BUT there was only one slice left; Genoa Salami and Roasted Red Pepper Quiche was the other offer. Oh well, that's OK. Well it sure worked out well for me as it was delicious; tasty, hot and creamy. Had a delicious cup of clear Seafood Chowder but the $4.95 price was a bit steep as the Split Pea was $3.95. Other nonconformist had a Reuben [$8.95] as this is his all-time tavern special sandwich.

April 15, 2011

Ate here for lunch again today; always can find something good to eat. They are very consistent!

Five of us: 2 Philly Cheese Steaks [$9.95 each], a Reuben [$8.95 (he always orders the Reuben!)], a Roast Beef Sandwich [$8.95 and fries $1.75] and my special sandwich of the day, Gorgonzola Bacon Burger [$8.95]. Everything was great, the bread/rolls are sensational, the fries terrific and fantastic service. This is the first time I have seen the roast beef and Philly cheese steak sandwiches; may even order one in the [near?] future.

April 2, 2010

Lunch today here at Arch Street Tavern which was very crowded. Members of the Robotics Convention were in full display, logo'd Tshirts and all.

Two had the famous Reuben sandwich [$8.95], one the Vegetable Quiche of the Day with a side salad [$9.95]. I ordered the special sandwich of the day[$8.95]: Pastrami on rye with grilled onions and pepper mayo [$]. All the sandwiches came with chips and a pickle.

blognote: Our server was new but seemed to be handling the crowd well. The kitchen was slow but the food was worth waiting for.

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