For starters, the wine list: this is a “wine bistro” with a (limited) supermarket-shelf selection and an (equally reprehensible) “90s Bin” of wines scoring 90 points or better. Under the circumstances, it may be best to go for a nameless happy-hour shiraz at $4; it’s at least drinkable, the price is right, and the glassware is acceptable. Attempts at atmosphere almost rise to the level of acceptable as well.
Now to the food: Trilogy offers three types of brick-oven pizza, the… [More]
Jones’ address is east of St. Philip’s College in a kind of no-man’s land. The building is a somewhat disquieting shade of dried-blood red, and, in a departure from the norm, there’s no outside dining. No order window, either; you must penetrate the interior, and at first it’s almost akin to stepping across the threshold of a dive geared more to beer and broads than barbecue and sweet tea. The inside, too, is dark red.
But shades of CSI quickly fade… [More]
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