Feasting with FAA

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Tedlark
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Re: Feasting with FAA

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FAA wrote:
Sat Mar 20, 2021 3:45 pm
I was too busy feasting on the generous CET machines to enjoy the fine food options in town. A quintet of quads was quite the meal for the famished gambler. I recommend the Aces au poivre. It is decadently rich! NB: This dish must be ordered from the BP, DDB or TDB menu for optimal taste.
Note: When ordering Aces from the DDB or TDB menu a side order of 2-3-4 is a must. I have very discerning taste when ordering up Aces and I am hopeful that the original poster remembers that a player MUST order le maximum when dining, otherwise their plate arrives somewhat less satisfying.

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Post by FAA »

The four was actually on the house today. The Aces were swimming in it. But in all honesty, it was entirely lost on my palate. I even ordered le max. It must have been the initial menu. Quelle domage!
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I secured a quad Aces hit which exceeded last month’s RF. With a Straight Flush chaser, no less! Quite full on VP, I needed actual sustenance. I walked to Rhythm and Spirits for their thrifty Restaurant Week lunch deal. They are “fueled by passion, inspired by life.” Truth in advertising. I had the buttermilk brined Southern Fried Chicken Sandwich. It was spicy, but as a hot player, game recognizes game. I enjoyed the Swiss cheese and arugula on the soft bun. I prefer my bird cooked longer, but I sense that would mar the crisp skin. The waitress refilled my water from an elegant steel cylinder. The special comes with a choice of mimosa, Bloody Mary or Aperol Spritz. I chose the latter. It was tasty and expertly prepared to the brim, with the thinnest orange slice possible floating on top. Miss Vickie’s sea salt potato chips are also included in the $15.21 price. A DJ spins R&B and reggae. The decor, walls, clientele and bathrooms are hip. A splendid addition to the AC scene.
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Post by billryan »

I've never been so impressed with a meal or a drink to think about posting a photo of it.
I don't get the need to do it.

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Post by FAA »

Don't read or comment. Easy fix.

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Post by FAA »

I am soliciting restaurant requests. I can always use added incentive to escape the casinos before returning my winnings and worse. Cuisine, specific establishments, etc.

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Post by Tedlark »

No soliciting.

I would think that you may lean toward leftovers on occasion?

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Post by DougJ »

FAA wrote:
Sun Mar 28, 2021 1:59 pm
Don't read or comment. Easy fix.
old billy boy doesn't comprehend an "easy fix."

Of course, when billy is feasting on Burger King in the trailer park every day, one Whopper looks just like the next fifty . . . :D

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Post by FAA »

Bad example. The saving grace of the Whopper has always been the flexibility to have it your way.
Speaking of burgers, maybe I can muster up a vote on which to have. Input appreciated. This lunch will eat into my trip time, thus saving me $200 in casino losses! It's a win regardless of what the hell I order.
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Post by dinghy »

FAA wrote:
Wed Apr 21, 2021 1:45 pm
Speaking of burgers, maybe I can muster up a vote on which to have.
If I'm paying, I'll have the entry-level Classic, double.

Ketchup is still free, isn't it?

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But if I'm allowed anything on the page, I would go for the fancy cheese pizza (margherita). Eat half in the restaurant, then the other half in the car on the drive back to Nevada.

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