the cost of drinks was just plain wrong. i love the strawberry frozen lemonades! i get at least one every year. in '03 and '04 the $10 burrito was big enough to share and be full, and they tasted good. the spicy pie pizza place was yummy.
the dollar grilled cheese was great! I'm glad I found it (actually I went out LOOKING for it after I heard about it last year and didn't find it). I didn't have any food that was bad, but nothing really great. The pizza definitly was never a bad choice. and I think prices weren't bad at all. Compaired to most places (prices and servings) it was good for me! I never even worried about prices.. if I'm hungry, I'm hungry.. I need food. If I'm in Centeroo, I'm gonna have to spend money. "Oh well, guess that's 1 less beer I'll buy" (me after buying one of them $4 hot dogs by the brewers fest)
The first falafel I had was from sone stand outside Centeroo and was very disappointing, but then I tried one at a vegetarian tent and it was so much better. I meant to go back and try other food they had but never made it.
Post by rastaradam on Jul 10, 2006 10:39:14 GMT -5
Everything I had was pretty good and not a bad value: pizza, burgers and chicken gyros - the gyros were very tasty! My friend had one of those $10 burritos but they put so much stuff in it they couldn't even get it folded, it was way worth $10 (although it was not pleasant to watch him eat it). Only thing that made sick was a trip to the Waffle House thanks to the conjunctivitis stricken waitress, makes me ill just thinking about it...oooff!
Post by Jack"the"Johnsons on Jul 24, 2006 3:18:58 GMT -5
pizza was the only thing we ate,just too scared of everything else.. and it seem a job trying to get your change back.... like the vendors where just hopein' you where starvin',tired,or just forgot you gave em' a ten for a 4$ slice of pizza!