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Crazy Jaws Roadhouse Restaurant Review

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Wow! I had a great experience dining here! Had to try something new and this place had some great tasting food for those that like a little heat or bbq, and burgers sounded good as well. Was seated and greeted right away, it was a quiet night tonight…our server was on top of things…she mentioned the specials as she passed out the menus…and even changed to channel to the blackhawks game…we started off with smoke bbq chicken wings with ranch, and was tasty. I ordered the pulled pork bbq sandwich which was great…only thing i would recommend is that they dont toast the bread/ takes away from the bbq flavor, otherwise i was still happy…and chose seasoned fries to pair with is…she had jambalaya and jalapeno corn bread…it was tasty…bold flavors and some heat to go with it…it didnt overpower the dish…nice balance! It is a sports bar, plenty of tvs, plenty of tables and space to even play bags! One of the guests even asked us if they can play, how polite…but of course…

Dessert was banana pudding made in house…it was really good too…especially on a cold winter night…not too sweet…not too heavy..nice and warm with caramel sauce and whipped cream and powdered sugar…big portion for dessert!
Definitely a spot to come back to! Maybe we can do a Subaru meet here guys and gals =) Spacious parking lot!

You gotta have the Jambalaya and Banana Bread Pudding…try it with a scoop of vanilla ice cream đŸ˜‰

4 Stars for really good eats…banana bread pudding made in house and good service!


About Chef O

Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts at Chicago A.A.S June 2011

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