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Friday, June 25, 2010

Dinner: Dave & Busters in San Diego

Headed over to Dave & Busters in Mission Valley/San Diego, to do a little celebrating for my brother for dinner. See, good things do happen to good people. Decided to go here to take advantage of the early happy hour (9pm-11pm) that they had. I busted out the trusted BlackBerry and started snapping away. Funny thing was, everyone basically had the same meal. So, here it goes...

Dinner: Dave & Busters in Mission Valley/San Diego

Again, took advantage of the happy hour and got me a Crown and Coke instead of beer this time. Actually several of them and boy did that hit the spot. The waiter made some mistake and gave me an extra glass for free and I that appreciated. So, that deserved a good tip...

We ordered the Grilled Chicken Nachos for the appetizer and boy was that a bust. We were expecting your regular style nachos. You know, the ones with have a pile of tortilla chips and all that goodness topping it off. Instead, we got these gourmet style nachos?!?! What the hell! These were eight (8) individual tortilla chips that were topped off with the goods. I got so caught up on how bad they messed up the basic concept of nachos was, I forgot to snap a picture of it. Don't get me wrong, it didn't taste bad, but it also wasn't great either. It was just not worth it in my opinion...

Dinner: Dave & Busters in Mission Valley/San Diego

Now for the entree. I usually don't order burgers when I go out to eat. I rarely do. But when I visit Dave & Busters to grub, I can't help but order the Dave's Double Cheeseburger with fries. Double meat and double cheese. Everyone got the same thing with slight modifications...

Dinner: Dave & Busters in Mission Valley/San Diego

And for dessert, we went with the Frosty Mug Cookie Sundae. One for each person. I really don't know why I ordered this as I was already stuffed. But I did it and ate most of it. The mug is a 24 ounce mug three large scoops of vanilla ice cream served with chocolate syrup, whipped cream and candied pecans. It's also topped with a cherry and a chocolate chip cookie wedge. It was your average sundae, nothing too spectacular, but more importantly cured my sweet tooth for the time being...

Dinner: Dave & Busters in Mission Valley/San Diego

We also got the D&B Power Cards. We didn't use them. I'm not much of a gamer, so it'll sit in my wallet collecting lint. Left sooner after the meal was done and man, I haven't been that full in a long time. Until next time, happy eating...

Dave & Busters - San Diego
2931 Camino del Rio North
San Diego, CA 92108
619-280-7115

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