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Evan B Druce wrote:How does the 54th/Pulaski location of Islas Marias compare to the other ones?
did you know if the langostinos are available yet? I have been waiting to visit, but unfortunately my wife has been holding a little too dearly to her veggie scruples recently
psychchef wrote:Just passed Isle Marias tonight. Just about totally empty at 9:30pm. Don't know what the traffic is like though on Friday and Saturday.
Erik M. wrote:
Are they serving beer yet? That is critical, as the michelada at Las Islas Marias has magnetic power.
JeffB wrote:Now, I took my time and had a few pops,
Seafood, beer, tequila, wow!!
Rene G wrote:I’m not so sure there will be tequila. I don’t remember any hard liquor at either the Grand or 54th/Pulaski restaurants (though I have only ordered beer so might have overlooked it). Anyone know for sure?
JeffB wrote:... Took a "small" Botana Playa y Mar to go.
I don't know what to say. There is no way, no where in Chicago (and maybe anywhere) that you are going to get this much pristinely fresh shellfish treated this well at this price. ...
I fear the tableful of LTH women may have scared her a bit, as she stopped coming around after a while.