Amazing food… at a sports bar?

Here are some excerpts from a blog i just posted about my afternoon in Downtown Berkley, when I discovered really good food at a sports bar! it’s true:

I decided to go to the sports bar 24 Seconds. Originally, I had planned to go to my favorite pizza joint, Amici’s (More about them later. There’s so much I want to write about them, I haven’t had the time to give them the focus they deserve), but they weren’t open yet. So, I took Carrie’s word for it that a sports bar would have plenty of vegetarian options.

When I walked inside, my ears immediately were assaulted by cranked up speakers blasting various sporting events. A bowl game here, a basketball game there. I don’t think I ever truly adjusted to it, and still don’t understand why it had to be THAT loud. But the other, sports-loving patrons seemed to be find with it, not to mention the 20 or so TVs that were plastered throughout the place.

BUT, Carrie was right — lots of food to choose from. I ended up going with a side of the cucumber, onion, dill salad and a giant grilled vegetable salad for lunch. It had greens, pine nuts, Gorgonzola cheese, tons of grilled veggies including asparagus, mushrooms and tomatoes, and had a great citrus balsamic vinaigrette with it, and was served over toasted ciabatta bread points.

Who knew — at a sports bar! I’d go back again for sure. Just maybe not during bowl game season…

Check out the full blog HERE.

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One response to “Amazing food… at a sports bar?

  1. my hubby has gone there b4 & told me the food was pretty good…nice to know the options include veggie too 🙂

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