On Sunday myself and 3 friends decided to try your restaurant for the first time. I have never had such bad service in my life, not from the waitress. We all ordered burgers, simple right, that is your specialty. After about 30 minutes the first one came to the table followed by intervals of 15 minutes before each of the other burgers came out. So that two people were completely finished before the other s were served. Don' thtye cook them all at once? I can't imagine what happens when you are busy as you weren't that night.At any rat it was not a plesant dining experience and I don't think my self or any of the others will be returning. It is a shame as we are all local neighborehood residents.
Best Bar Food - 2006
Kingdom - CLOSED
Open from 10:00 a.m. until 10:00 p.m., this open-air sports bar serves up typical bar fare -- burgers, fries, onion rings -- made with uncommonly high-quality ingredients and cooked with surprising delicacy. The king-size cheese-steak sandwich costs $9, but it is an enormous portion, and it's made from Texas rib eye sliced on the premises by cook and co-owner Justin Hughes (a smaller portion is available for $6). The bar doesn't serve hard liquor, but one of the twenty imported beers available is the perfect accompaniment for Kingdom's excellent burger, a half-pound monster that would cost a lot more than six bucks at a different joint. The food selection includes a grilled chicken breast sandwich, wings, and a knockwurst hero, among other things. Sides include perfectly beer-battered onion rings, or spinach sautéed in olive oil with garlic and a splash of lemon. The kitchen is open until the bar closes, making this place a perfect spot to grab some food after a night out.