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Ellis Island BBQ ?

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by tlc2846, Oct 5, 2012.

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  1. tlc2846

    tlc2846 Tourist

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    Has anyone been to the BBQ since they changed their location within the casino? Hopefully the food is the same high quality and they have upgraded from the damn plastic utensils.
     
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    I was there the first day they moved September 26th. The food, menu and plastic forks were exactly the same. I love those baked beans. The only change seemed to be that the service was a bit slower. But so worth the wait. :thumbsup:
     
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    Thanks for the reply, we are looking forward to it shortly.
     
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    Where did they move? I ate there last month and plan on being back on Halloween. Thanks!
     
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    I was there this past week. We were earlyish so there was no line up. Food was exactly the same but I did miss the feeling of sitting outside-ish the other location had. Our server was great.

    The new location is to the right of the restaurant by the Sportsbook. To get the players card discount now you have to go to the kiosk and print out a coupon. The hostess checked with everyone before seating that they had done that.

    We did some gambling after eating and actually came out ahead - that's pretty unusual for us.
     
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    allustoms: Yikes – I don't even remember seeing a sports book there! Thanks for the info, I'll be sure to go to the kiosk when I get there on Halloween. Of course, the locals make it look like it's Halloween every night, so I'm really looking forward to being there on Oct. 31!
     
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    I haven't, but the pizza at Metro Pizza is awesome!
     
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    Went to the BBQ this weekend. Only one voucher is needed per table. No waiting on a Saturday night - Bizarre, but nice to have the added seating. Nice digs. You can see sports/horses from many of the booths since the 'book is across the way. You get real silverware now. No more plastic. The Beers come in the full size pilsner glass and they're chilled. The hefe has never tasted better. Service is quick as ever, and the eats are just the same as they've ever been. Hours remain the same, 4-10pm or when the food runs out.

    The old patio seating was filled with folks from Metro and the Sandwich shop. Curious what the plan is with the space... was hoping they'd expand the brewery.
     
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