Location: The Coopers Tavern
Date: February 21, 2015
Cost: $9.95, served with mixed greens or chips
Whatever plans I have for this mission continue to change on a regular basis. The Coopers Tavern wasn't even on the list (now at 45 places including those already reviewed) but plans for later in the day involved being downtown, so Capitol area venues were in play. Coopers was suggested and they do indeed have a breakfast sandwich on the brunch menu, so, decision made.
I expected a nearly empty restaurant at 9:15 am on a non-Farmers' Market Saturday. What I didn't know was that they show
Enough about that. You get it. If you're looking for a place to watch soccer on the weekends I'm thinking this is it.
|Terrible photo of the menu|
|Wait a minute, things are really looking good.|
|Blimey! GOOOOAAAAL, etc.|
The result - 4.27 soccer balls out of 5 soccer balls. I suppose this really depends on how much you like chorizo, and how you like your chorizo. It worked for me, and I gave it extra points for originality. I probably docked it those extra points for price. Is $9.95 a little pricey? Maybe I'm just cheap. The point system I have here is already out of wack and I should probably not apologize for it. Also, it isn't really a system. Here is all you need to know: do you like soccer, breakfast sandwiches, chorizo and a good beer selection? You're all set at Coopers.
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