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bloody hammer Feb 15, 2009 05:46 AM

I haven't been in several years but as I recall they made some dang good enchiladas (for a bowling alley!).

Anyone been lately?

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    groovinpinky RE: bloody hammer Feb 17, 2009 10:45 AM

    I am a big fan of the enchalidas at Dart Bowl. I am also a big fan of eggs and they combine the two to create one hot mess.

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      bloody hammer RE: groovinpinky Feb 18, 2009 04:00 AM

      And as I recall they serve it with some really good homemade toast that is perfect for soppin' up the sauce.

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        michaelch RE: bloody hammer Feb 25, 2009 07:37 AM

        Yes, that toast is wonderful! You get a choice of items with the enchiladas, I believe, and my friend made the mistake of getting something other than the toast. Once we were served, the toast was so good we had to order an extra side. The enchiladas were quite good, although very slightly watery.

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      Philip Speer RE: bloody hammer Feb 18, 2009 06:25 PM

      cant forget the fried egg cheeseburger, the perfect amount of greasy spoon goodness!

      1. TroyTempest RE: bloody hammer Feb 24, 2009 10:42 AM

        Went bowling with my kids there last week, and we had some excellent fries. Hand cut skin on, right out of the deep fryer. I haven't had a burger from there in a few years but IIRC they were very good, thin patties though. You probably need to have a double meat to truly appreciate it.

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          Dave Westerberg RE: bloody hammer Feb 28, 2009 11:55 AM

          The food is good, but--and they may have been having an off night--the service was terrible last time I went there.

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            addlepated RE: Dave Westerberg Feb 28, 2009 12:56 PM

            I had a review deleted a while back - not sure why - but we tried to go in for enchiladas and gave up after an hour of waiting for our order. Other patrons appeared ready to light torches and gather pitchforks.

            My kids were so traumatized that whenever I say we're going out for enchiladas, they say, "We're not going to that bowling place, are we?"

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