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    spahkle
    Absurd Fetishist

  • spahkle
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    Originally posted by octalpus
    In order to truly experience Terrible's, you need to be so drunk you can barely stand, stumbling over arm-in-arm with your friends, leaning on each other to stay upright.
    Dang it, I missed this one as well... 'course, I didn't really get sloshed during Defcon proper, just prior and post (Tues, Wed, Sun)

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  • alklloyd
    Atlanta

  • alklloyd
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    Originally posted by Tacitus
    I think they wern't prepared for the defcon rush so service was pretty slow, but food and price was decent.
    For what it's worth, here's my experience with Hamburger Marys...

    DC10: Sunday brunch was really good...prime rib, etc.
    DC11: Sunday brunch went wayyy downhill, not worth it.
    DC12: Very good eggs benedict and bloody marys.

    Never tried the burgers.

    Al

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  • stringslayer
    Member

  • stringslayer
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    Only a highwizard could call me out like that :-)

    Originally posted by highwizard
    Gotcha... By the way, I thought you were done with this Forum.. This "Script Kiddie Haven".

    http://forum.defcon.org/showpost.php...7&postcount=47
    I decided to give it another try.
    This time I will be keeping my opinions to a minimum.
    I will try and focus on factual data rather than opinions. (Wrong or right, they dont go over too well here :-) )

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  • Guest
    Guest

  • highwizard
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    Originally posted by stringslayer
    No reason, just curious

    Gotcha... By the way, I thought you were done with this Forum.. This "Script Kiddie Haven".

    http://forum.defcon.org/showpost.php...7&postcount=47

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  • stringslayer
    Member

  • stringslayer
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    Hamburgers

    Originally posted by highwizard
    Umm... Yea. Why wouldn't it?
    No reason, just curious

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  • Guest
    Guest

  • highwizard
    Guest replied
    Originally posted by stringslayer
    Does Hamburger Mary's really cater to the Defcon crowd?

    Umm... Yea. Why wouldn't it?

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  • stringslayer
    Member

  • stringslayer
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    Hamburgers

    Does Hamburger Mary's really cater to the Defcon crowd?

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  • Tacitus
    Alcohol Problem

  • Tacitus
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    Originally posted by highwizard
    Hamburger Mary's has pretty good burgers for a good price, and it's within stumbling distance....
    I think they wern't prepared for the defcon rush so service was pretty slow, but food and price was decent.

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  • Guest
    Guest

  • highwizard
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    Originally posted by che
    Yes.. I vote we do that again this year....
    How do you remember it? I had to carry you most of the way!

    Hamburger Mary's has pretty good burgers for a good price, and it's within stumbling distance... OP can vouch.



    Plus the eye candy is always nice.

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  • Gadsden
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    Originally posted by octalpus
    In order to truly experience Terrible's, you need to be so drunk you can barely stand, stumbling over arm-in-arm with your friends, leaning on each other to stay upright. The steak and eggs special runs from 11pm until 7am, IIRC, so it's perfect for a mid-boozing refueling.

    Yes.. I vote we do that again this year....
    How do you remember it? I had to carry you most of the way!

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  • alklloyd
    Atlanta

  • alklloyd
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    Originally posted by erehwon
    What the heck, I might as well let you all in on a secret!

    Go to the Hard Rock Casino and at Mr. Lucky's (Open 24/7) you ask the waitress for 'The House Special' which won't be on any menu. 'The House Special' is an eight ounce steak, cooked anyway you like, three grilled jumbo shrimp, a baked potato and salad. for $7.:
    Ask for the mashed potatoes instead. Steak is not the best, but at 3 AM you'll love it.

    Al

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  • Shadowvex
    ShadowVeX Industries

  • Shadowvex
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    i had mexican food at terribles and the portions are gargantuan! the food was decent too... one thing that sucks now though is that they no longer have all the crazy flavored margaritas... for kicks i ordered the "jalepeno" one a few years back and it was probably one of the worst tasting drinks i've ever had.....

    Originally posted by TheCotMan
    OK. Two reliable sources (OP and VS) write on the value of the Terrble's resteraunt vs. the buffet. I guess I will have to give the resteraunt a try and see.

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  • AlxRogan
    THAT guy

  • AlxRogan
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    Originally posted by octalpus
    In order to truly experience Terrible's, you need to be so drunk you can barely stand, stumbling over arm-in-arm with your friends, leaning on each other to stay upright. The steak and eggs special runs from 11pm until 7am, IIRC, so it's perfect for a mid-boozing refueling.
    I'm with OP on this one. After my stunningly stupid experience at DC10's Hacker Jeopardy our little party was well and truly sloshed. We staggered over to Terrible's and did the $1.99 special, it was so much food they brought it on two plates. It's not the best, but it was palatable, and did the job of soaking up the alcohol so we could continue on.

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  • erehwon
    nowhere

  • erehwon
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    What the heck, I might as well let you all in on a secret!

    Go to the Hard Rock Casino and at Mr. Lucky's (Open 24/7) you ask the waitress for 'The House Special' which won't be on any menu. 'The House Special' is an eight ounce steak, cooked anyway you like, three grilled jumbo shrimp, a baked potato and salad. for $7.77

    Eating Subway on the cheap and getting more veggies than meat wears on you after the first couple of days.

    The only caveat on this deal, you have to eat it at Mr. Lucky's (no carry-out) where they are privately hoping you bet your child's college money at the Blackjack tables.

    I know this thread will fill up with other places with better and cheaper food than Mr. Lucky's, but if the constraint is that you must eat on the cheap within walking distance (no bus ride) of the Alexis Park, this wins hands down!

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  • octalpus
    Official Forum Bitch

  • octalpus
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    Originally posted by TheCotMan
    OK. Two reliable sources (OP and VS) write on the value of the Terrble's resteraunt vs. the buffet. I guess I will have to give the resteraunt a try and see.
    In order to truly experience Terrible's, you need to be so drunk you can barely stand, stumbling over arm-in-arm with your friends, leaning on each other to stay upright. The steak and eggs special runs from 11pm until 7am, IIRC, so it's perfect for a mid-boozing refueling.

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