Restaurant Review Essay

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Restaurant Review

     It was rainy, crowded and loud at the entrance, the smell of cigarette and rum filled

the air of the lobby area. It was Saturday night at the T.G.I.F in San Francisco, the Giant’s

were playing so the place was packed and fans were being loud. The restaurant is located on

a corner nearby Pier 39 and it almost has an Aspen look to it. The building itself is made of

bricks with big colorful windows and huge cherry finished wooden doors with brass handles.

Inside, the walls are cherry wood and covered with big mirrors and stuffed dear heads. The

tables and chairs are all dark wood with a very rich red color. The atmosphere inside almost

had an Irish pub feel to it, people were
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For an appetizer I ordered a broccoli cheddar soup. The soup was brought out in less than 10 minutes with saltine crackers. It was hot and smelled

great, it went with great with the ugly and cold weather outside. The soup was really

good thick and creamy and it made me happy and content while waiting for my food. For my

main course I ordered the Jack Daniel tower, it consisted of ribs, golden beer battered shrimp

sesame chicken and onion rings. I didn’t understand why it was called a tower until they

brought it out. The food was arranged in 4 plates from biggest to smallest on this black iron

tower. Feeling hungry I went straight for the ribs, they were very tender and meaty along

with the sauce made with Jack Daniels whiskey and barbeque sauce. The shrimp were

jumbo and good along with the good marinara sauce and squeezed lemon. The sesame

chicken was good, it was a mix of sweet and spicy which complemented everything else. The

onion rings of course were deep fried and big enough to wear bracelets.

     We were all hungry and had just come out of a really good service from our singles

with a cause convention. So the place was perfect because we were able to sit and share the

great things God did and also have a good time socializing and getting to know other

people from other churches. I don’t recommend the restaurant for a date with your boyfriend

or girl

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