Location: W Alabama Ice House, 1919 W Alabama St
Date: March 22, 2014
Classically prepared sliced sirloin with grilled peppers and onions. Meat was tender and very tasty. Lot of provolone cheese made for lots of strings. The sandwich was served on a fresh ciabatta roll. I think the ciabatta is a good variation on the classic cheesesteak. Synopsis: A great sandwich to have with a beer.
Sweet Potato Fries - $4
Thick cut fries that come out surprisingly light and crispy. The fries stayed crisp until the last one, not something you usually get with sweet potato fries, they usually get soggy, especially when this thick. Synopsis: just great fries.
You get two enormous tennis ball size mac and cheese balls. A good crispy outside, probably from a panko coating. The blue cheese taste is bold and up front, but despite being able to see the bacon, the bacon flavor didn't standout. Marinara sauce comes on the side and I was taken back to my childhood when I dipped the cheese ball in it. The taste was exactly SpaghettiO's! Synopsis: Good on their own, but the SpaghettiOs wayback effect was a hoot.