Monday, June 27, 2011

New: Overboard Seafood and Grill

Posted By on Mon, Jun 27, 2011 at 11:44 AM

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All of the local Long John Silver's are being converted into Overboard Seafood and Grill locations, and while the menus seem sort of the same, there's more emphasis on healthy fish dishes that don't get the deep-fried treatment.

I'm glad Long John Silver's has left the Old Pueblo. I try not to hate on things if I can help it, but Long John Silver's completely creeps me out. It is the only restaurant I could not bring myself to work at during my long and illustrious food-service career, and for good reason: They wanted new employees to sing pro-fried-fish anthems at the orientation, which is a lot more than I was willing to do for minimum wage.

So good riddance Long John Silver's, and welcome to the way-less-creepy (and greasy!) Overboard Seafood and Grill.

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