Wow, wow, wow! I was initially intimidated by the set up of the Grocery's menu, but a friend had been raving about it, so we broke down and went for restaurant week. So glad we did! After reviewing the menu options, we opted to order off the regular menu. The clam appetizer with merguez sausage is an excellent combination of flavors. The bacon wrapped duck breast combined two of my favorite things flawlessly, without seeming fatty. My only complaint is that there wasn't more butternut squash! For dessert, the Banana Pudding Parfait was a perfectly elevated rendition of a southern classic. The Churros, which the server mentioned was the signature dessert, were awesome, and big enough to share. Not only was the food outstanding, but the service was impeccable. We will definitely be back!
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$90 for eyebrows and full bikini!? Screw you Sweet 185. I miss Danielle, at least she used to discount. Don't you people know we're still in a recession?! Its not just college students that need a discount, some of us don't still have mommy and daddy paying for our bikini waxes. Get over your pretentious selves and go buy a bag of sugar at Costco....it's quite cheap there. In the meantime, stop ripping off your clients!
I think "justavisitor" works for Rev foods... or at least he got paid good money to say their food is "way above average"!
You couldn't PAY me enough to say that!
THANK GOD! Finally a gourmet place in this part of town. SO tired of having to go downtown, Park cir, or Mt. P every time I want good food!
They closed Raval to open another burger joint/bar?! Don't we have enough of those already? Another EPIC fail by Rev foods.
And Carrie, don't think its not going to be the same crowd... just unoriginal food.
Agreed. I went there last month and was wondering what all of the fuss was about. The burgers are bland, and I didn't really care for the sweet potato fries, which are usually my favorite. There is really no ambiance in the place... I can't see myself going back.
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