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Old 10-27-2018, 06:20 PM  
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the kitchen factory

Despite its odd name, the Kitchen Factory on Chase Street in Northside is a pizza place. Its pizzas are huge in diameter, but don't leave you feeling as stuffed because the crusts are very thin. You can order vegetarian pizzas, but we got a three vegetable pizza with regular cheese.
It was excellent and there was plenty left over to take out. One thing we really liked was that the drinks are bottled Mexican products, so I got a delicious Mexican Coke to pour over ice. I will have to return to Kitchen Factory on a very hot day because that is when Mexican Coke can be intoxicating!

http://kitchenfactorynorthside.com/
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Old 05-15-2019, 01:16 PM  
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wishbone tavern

Wishbone Tavern is a sports bar in a strip mall in Delhi. It has very large burgers which are discounted during weekday lunch hours.
Like so many bars, this one is dark inside, but with shiny black walls instead of the usual dark brown paneling. There is a lot of chrome silver trim and a covered area outside to eat.

https://www.facebook.com/Wishbone-Ta...3256515443496/
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Old 05-28-2019, 07:21 AM  
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k dot's is now mac's

I don't know when K Dot's on Westbourne Drive in Bridgetown changed hands. It is now called Mac's.
I stopped there Tuesday afternoon for a late lunch and ordered a grilled chicken sandwich. The chicken was overcooked and the sandwich was pretty tasteless. The three young employees were kind of rude and I had to wave my hands a few times to get their attention--they were sitting at another table just chatting.
I won't be back.
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Old 08-13-2019, 08:17 PM  
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dewey's pizza

I don't know if Dewey's Pizza is a chain or not. We went to the one on Harrison Avenue in Dent last week. I had never been there before.
My friend warned me in advance that the place was just one big room so it is noisy inside. Not good for a quiet conversation.
We split a pizza. My side had the traditional tomato sauce, but it also had my favorites of pepperoni, black olives and mushrooms, plus onions. I really liked it. Jenny's side had white provolone cheese and white sauce and garlic, and I thought it was kind of tasteless, not to mention that it wasn't very appetizing looking to me. But Jenny loved it!
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Old 02-19-2020, 06:43 PM  
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buddha barn

Buddha Barn, which serves Thai food, is an unlikely restaurant to find in Sayler Park, but it is always busy and I've been there twice in the past month. The prices are reasonable--the noodle and/or rice dishes are about $15 and you almost always take some home. I haven't tried any of the pricier dinners, nor have I ordered anything beyond a 1 in spiciness. You can get from 1-10 in your order. I'm a wimp My sister ordered a 4 for her meal and said it tasted fine to her, but it would have burnt my tongue and made me choke.
http://www.buddhabarnthai.com/
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Old 10-14-2020, 07:22 AM  
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FN Goode

FN Goode sells only chicken tenders, cole slaw and dipping sauces. It is a dark restaurant in a strip center on Crookshank Road. I think you used to be able to eat inside, but now the tables are pushed aside and it is only carryout.
We thought the order we got was very good. This is one of a number of small restaurants that we've tried since the pandemic began.
Here is the website.
http://www.fngoodechicken.com/
I am not sure if the name of the restaurant refers to its owner/founder or if it is supposed to be a vulgar pun. Ironically, we had never heard of the place until we saw in a Catholic Church bulletin that the restaurant was having a day where 20 percent of its proceeds was going to the church that day! That's how we found out about FN Goode.
As I've mentioned before, private family-owned restaurants around here tend to be very dark inside and in less-than-stellar neighborhoods.
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