Discussion in 'Boston Bruins' started by Fenway, May 23, 2019.
Its nasty, and it's everywhere out here. Like every single bar near a donut place has them
Real talk, if you get the right cook the burgers at Big Bad Burger are actually quite tasty.
Also, i haven’t tried the latest versions, but the crab cake and lobster rolls last year in the Loge were very good. I have had many crab cake sandos at TD the last few years.
The $15.00 dollar one probably has a half of an ounce of meat in it. That was the only thing that appealed to me as well.
Wen in season traveling along the coast you will find them at those prices.
I’m not going to eat one at a hockey game, but if you’re looking down your nose at a fried Oreo sundae I seriously question your judgement.
No jumbo home-cooked meatball?!?
In a world where I'm built like Chris Sale, the pasta in a baguette (is this some homage to Pasta and Patrice?) and the Oreo sundae look good, but I'd pass on all the rest. I honestly don't understand the donut-burger thing. The chicken "wings" are probably just their Tyson tenders dunked in sauce. I'm not really a hot dog person, and steak as a topping on a dog just seems weird. Sal's Pizza is just a big no for me, and buffalo chicken doesn't help - especially in this series, where the cracker-thin Sal's pizza is too reminiscent of Imo's St. Louis-style pizza. And to those of you who eat fast food fish...I salute your bravery.
They’re gonna have TD Bank loan officers setup right next to that concession stand for that very reason. Jacobs has it all covered!
If we were playing the Sharks, could have been the Jumbo Joe home cooked meatball
Donut burgers only work IMO if you make them like they do at Donna's Donuts in Tewksbury : the "burger" part has to be a chocolate honey dipped donut patty.......not an actual hamburger.
Exactly. Then complain when our insurance won't cover the half dozen prescriptions we need for being gluttonous slobs.
Crabcakes and football, that's what Maryland does.
It's the play-offs tho. The joke is, when you get back to your seat you open the box and your meatball is gone, like Joe in the play-offs.
I'd love to try one but not from the garden
Has anyone asked: "Why?"
I can pinpoint the worst lobster roll I've ever had in my life (and the only one I remember worth labelling "bad"). It was a few years back at some event in Legends (in the Garden). So I'd advise everyone to not get that.
They were using Legal Seafood for a couple seasons. Brought in an actual Legal chef and all of their product. It was either section 9 or 19, i can’t remember. But i worked there a lot. Not so much for the money, that was just ok, but moreso for dinner. It was excellent.
This is how bad the 11 day layoff is that we are legitimately discussing the arena menu.
Interesting. These were smaller lobster rolls that I'm willing to bet were not prepared by an actual Legal chef. Glad that my experience was isolated.
The idea of eating fish at a sporting event makes me queasy.
Personally, I've never been impressed by Legal. Not bad, but there are a dozen places I'd go for better seafood.
I don't even know how it is possible for the human body to digest some if those foods.
You need a belly like a goat, I bet the tray is easier on your insides.
I want to know what filthy bastard would eat one of these.
I can't fathom trying to eat any of that while squished into an arena seat with no table. Give me something simple, no mess.
Like, cookies, for example.
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