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1. Newcomer Chef Brooke Egger’s First Four Dallas Dining Destinations
Date Submitted: 05/18/2021 12:35 PM
Average star voting: 4 ⭐ ( 49414 reviews)
Summary: Moving across the country to take an executive chef position at one of the country’s only permanent pop-up restaurants doesn’t exactly leave a lot of time for leisure. When chef Brooke Egger of Kitchen LTO made the trek from California to Texas, she had no idea what to expect about…
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2. The Ego-Less CEO
Date Submitted: 06/06/2019 05:59 PM
Average star voting: 3 ⭐ ( 27570 reviews)
Summary: Doug Brooks of Brinker International has never let his job title go to his head.
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3. Brooks Restaurant And Bar – Northside, VI
Date Submitted: 12/01/2020 06:41 PM
Average star voting: 4 ⭐ ( 66649 reviews)
Summary: Delivery & Pickup Options – 93 reviews of Brooks Restaurant And Bar “Date of visit: April 2013
We drove by Brooks on our way to meet our wedding coordinator at Magens Bay Resort. Since it was our last evening on the island, I wanted something authentic, something more of “locals only”, and I had been sorely disappointed by Latitude 48, claiming to be some type of “hidden gem.” Onwards.
Location: 4 out of 5
If you’re at Magens, come down to where Route 35 is, and head west. It’s not but about a 4 or 5 minute drive from the split. Convenient if you’re visiting the area, and like I said – if the locals eat there, it has to be pretty good.
Customer Service: 5 out 5
Now, I’m not really quite sure what this means, but the very nice lady that sat us let us sit on the patio, but not only that, she let us sit at what appeared to be the local dominoes’ players table (they were not there when we dined, of course). Throughout the meal, she was awesome. Came to check on us every few minutes to make sure we had what we needed, gave me a stern warning on consuming too much of their house made hot sauce oil (oh my goodness), and at the end of the meal, even gave us some fried plantains on the house. I mean…she was in essence, like my grandmother when I would go over to her home. Awesome service, and honestly – it was quick and efficient.
Selection and Quality of Food: 5 out of 5
When you ask what’s on the menu, and the nice grandmother character says to you, “Well,we only have one chicken left for the day, but we have plenty of fresh fish” and conch,” you know you’re in the right place. Written and printed menu? Ain’t nobody got time for that. Pssst….get the conch platter and the fish platter. The fish that they had on hand when we went was called “old wife”, and it was delicious. And well – the conch was just awesomely cooked, now wasn’t it? We’re talking properly seasoned with indigenous spices, with the flesh of the both the conch and the fish so tender. They were going HAM!!!!
Decor: 5 out of 5
Locals only, folks, covered dining style. Why yes, the juke box did have a huge metal cage around it so that no one jacks it in the middle of the night. There’s a pool table here, and a few plastic tables and chairs, outdoor picnic style. There’s a small area at the bar too where you can eat, but this place is no frills, no pretense. Just the way a locals place should be, hence the five star rating.
Alcohol Selection: 4 out of 5
Perhaps not what I would refer to as a full bar in the hotel bars around the area, but sure they have local beer, and the oh so ubiquitous rum punch with nutmeg. Actually, now that I think about it – the local beers (and when I say local, I mean general Caribbean area, not just St. John brewers) really complement the spiciness of the fish that we had. They can also make your standard fruity island cocktails, but like I said, Ain’t nobody got time for that!
Price: 3.5 out of 5
For the amount and type of food that we got in addition to a few drinks each, I think the total damage was about 60 bucks. You can do it for under 20 bucks a person by either just having one beer, or maybe not having conch AND fish. Not complaining though, since I was on vacation. And plus…this place was REALLY good.
Overall: 4 out of 5
Really strong 4 star experience here. Delicious local food, non pretentious decor and atmosphere, and beautiful setting. Don’t eat too much of that hot sauce, and you’ll be ok. Seriously. Don’t do it.”
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