My sister-in-law Turned and Dave frequent Spot on Kitchen & Bar as it’s a kid friendly restaurant. Their other option is Montana’s. They told me that kids eat free at Montana’s. I looked it up, and it’s not true that kids eat free. Kids under twelve eat free on their birthday. I’ll have to remember to tell them.
We started off with two pounds of wings (honey hot and honey roasted, $22.99) and a round of beers. My father-in-law Bobbino said it tasted like the wings were cooked previously and then reheated. I theorized that the wings were left sitting out for a good ten minutes. Some wings were meaty while others were scrawny. I liked the fried bits tossed on top of the wings. Whatever it was, it was a tasty, free add-on.
The poutine was lack lustre ($12.99). The fries were good and tasted like real potatoes, opposed to McCain-type fries. The cheese curds tasted like the real deal. However, the gravy was lumpy, cold and gelatinous.
We ordered two large pizzas and my brother-in-law Uncle Ben ordered the Chipotle Fried Avocado Burger with fries ($16.99). I tried a bite of his burger. I liked the crunchy batter of the avocado and the beef patty was delicious. Unlike the appetizers, the burger, fries and pizzas were served hot.
For pizzas, we ordered a large Karouzo Special ($25.99) and a large cheese pizza with Italian Spolumbo Sausage ($23.49). The special contained pepperoni, mushrooms, green peppers and a layer of raw tomatoes. The crust was thick and crunchy. G-Mah and I preferred the simplicity of the other pizza, with its thick layer of molten cheese and the richness of the sausage chunks.
No one at our table was happy with the service we received. It took a long time to order more beers, the food and then the bill. Our server didn’t remove our plates or napkins, leaving our table overflowing with dirty dishes. Turned and Dave said the service is usually good. I could see that the other servers and the hostess helping out were friendlier and customer-oriented. Luck of the draw I guess. Usually if I receive bad service, I’m reluctant to return. However, in this case, I’ll be back as Jack’s parents love Spot On’s kid-friendly environment.