Beer, Life, and Happenstance
Good -- because I refuse to drink at Heroes.
what did heroes' do?or is it just because they are located in claremont....i'm all ears meg- vent.
It's a whole combination of things. The food is nasty; the clientele is obnoxiously family-oriented (e.g., the time a neighboring table upbraided me for using "damn" in a normal tone of voice); the beertenders have mischarged more than once; some of the beers are old and flat.The only thing good I can say about Heroes is the beer selection, but in light of my last complaint, even that can't be counted on.
wow meg...i always sit at the bar and they pour my beer once they se me...i drink stuff that's always rotating, so i don't have too many complaints about the beer...but there was a time where i hated heroes because i always felt like the stepchild son of cop whenever i would walk in. claremontians (yes, that's what we call them) can make a brown dude feel like "the help" all too much. i don't feel like that anymore because we've made friends with most of the staff and i get freebies from time to time.and it doesn't hurt to threaten to kick a dude's ass once in a while in case another patron decides to drink too much and spout off at you....well, in any event, heroes will always be better than t. phillips!!!! that place is just amazingly fucked-
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