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A natural-casing beef dog, with a solid snap, wrapped in bacon, deep fried, topped with "pickled cherry pepper bacon" relish and chipotle mayo. I could have done without the sweetness of the relish, but there was some actual spiciness that helped to balance things out.
Not the deal it used to be ($15 vs. $11.50), but a nice dish all the same. You pick a type of seafood and your choice of 5 preparations, and the guy goes to work. The lobster is pulled from a tank and, in this case, loaded with fried garlic, chili peppers, etc. It's a total greasy mess, and the puny food-court napkins are monstrously overmatched, but chasing a chunk of lobster with a spoonful of spicy fried garlic is kind of worth it.
I was keen on ordering the avocado as soon as I spotted it in the case, and then put in some time trying to figure out a matching flavor. I ultimately gave up and just went with dark chocolate, which turned out to be the right choice. Great stuff.
A great square slice, replacing the usual sauce with fra diavolo, and adding slices of spicy, natural casing pepperoni. The crisp crust essentially gets fried up against the deep metal pan, and it's all tied together with a rich, fresh mozzarella. Fun history fact: this was the location of the original Ray's pizza, which was barely any better than the huge crop of garbage slice joints that felt compelled to copy the "Ray's" name, and which still litter the city.