Did they really put French fries inside the gyro sandwich? Horrors!
Fini's is fun, and it's generally a good value, with a caveat. Your waitress will ask if you want coleslaw or fries, etc. with your burger or other selection. She won't mention that if you take the bait, it's an extra three or four dollars (I don't recall exactly, just that it really boosted the bill for the table.)
Fini's is also a cilantro-lover's paradise, so if you are one of the many who can't stand the stuff, your options will be really limited.
Lastly, and this is a minor quibble, Fini's is in the Catalina Foothills, a straight shot up Swan to near the top. It is nowhere near the east side of town.
I look forward to restaurant reviews in the Weekly, so it is disappointing to see a feature on a distillery instead. There's nothing wrong with the feature, but it is not about chow and belongs elsewhere. I hope this is an aberration and not a new trend.
Why couldn't this have been in the Range on Friday, when it had not yet occurred? It's useless and frustrating to get this on Monday.
It can be noise, all right! It was so ear-splittingly loud when my husband and I went there for dinner that we couldn't carry on a conversation. If that marks a "successful" restaurant, something is very wrong with that metric. We've never been back.
And we wonder why Americans are so fat. Every occasion is an eating occasion.
Thanks for the tip about the new La Mia Toscana.
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