Sunday, August 15, 2010

Happy hour at Frank & Albert's

After work on Friday, I met up w/ a few friends at Frank & Albert's, which is located inside the Arizona Biltmore Resort. This was everyone's first visit there.

Here are two pictures of the restaurant:
Entrance to Frank & Albert's
bar area

 Here's what I had to drink:

This was my first time trying Session Lager (from Full Sail Brewery). I really enjoyed it - I've never seen this beer before, but would definitely order it again!

From 5-7pm daily, they offer a "High Five" special, where you can choose any four items (from a list of eight) for $5. Here's a picture of what it looks like:

Various shots of things we ordered
Pulled Pork Empanada
Sedona Trout & Poblano Pesto Flat
Cumin Roasted Free Range Lamb
Yellow Tomato Gazpacho
Chipotle Glaze Turkey Meatloaf Slider
The Grilled Cheese Sandwich
Deviled Egg
Woodstone Baked Brie ($5)
Charred Chicken Lollipops ($5)

Overall, the food was good, although there was a service mishap - one of the servers spilled a "Yellow Tomato Gazpacho" all over R. They didn't charge her for her food and drink, but I still think they could have handled the issue much better. With the exception of this issue, we still enjoyed it. The "High Five" special is a great deal. The only universally panned item was the "Yellow Tomato Gazpacho".

Places mentioned:
Frank & Albert's
2400 East Missouri Avenue (in the Arizona Biltmore Resort)
Phoenix, AZ 85016

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