by Andrew T. on
The gelato is alright. However, it's served up with a big side of attitude from the staff. This establishment has the most pretentious staff of any ice cream parlor I've been to (yeah, I said it). The staff will probably ban me from the store for writing this review. Or at least mock or make fun of me on the way out.
by Joi M. on
My friend and I ate a very, very light meal here last night. We were sitting outside at sunset next to the bushes which of course means bugs and I had to wave them away throughout the meal. We were both still hungry even after eating a lot of bread and went for dessert elsewhere. The fried goat cheese was very good. The honey added an interesting taste but I could have done without the pepper. My friend is a very picky eater so this was not the best place for us to dine last night. We ordered the pizza with salami and olives. I asked the waiter if it was large enough for us to share. He said yes, it was the size of the menu. What he failed to mention was that it was as thin as the menu as well. I have no idea how the cheese could even cook on top of dough flattened and cooked to a crisp. As soon as we pulled the crust apart, the cheese fell off, plus there was a lot of oil on it. I ended up ordering the lamb pasta which was a mistake because I had a terrible night of indigestion and barely slept. I am still deprived of sleep while writing this review. For the price they could have at least added some mushrooms, spinach, or any other vegetable to this dish to make it more filling. The "lamb" in the pasta consisted of three pieces and for some reason I thought the pasta would be spaghetti but it was shells. She ordered olives, which I do love but not with the pits inside. The table next to us ordered the mussels which looked good but my friend does not eat seafood and the bowl looked pretty big so I would have liked to share. Maybe I did not order the right dishes? I don't think it's the best food quality or quantity for the price.
by Adelaide Chalmers on
Aside from the bouncers at the door, who take their jobs way too seriously, Bowlmor is a pretty okay joint. I mean it is a bowling alley, so you can't expect that much, but the city really isn't filled with many bowling alleys. I'm not a professional bowler, although many people have said I should become one, because I love wearing other people's shoes and beer is my favorite food-group. The dangerous part is that damn ball with the 3 holes, messing up the whole experience. In short, I suck. You don't want me on your team and if you love the sport you probably don't want me in a 5 block radius of the alley. Tip: Remember to get your shoes when you're done. I learned this the hard way.