thank you, Boilergal!
I had a vague memory of a wrap place in Illinois, couldn't recall the name. That was it - Roly Poly. And the one I had been to is gone now. What I recall was that there were too many options, it was tough to decide what to order, and the food was mediocre. I wanted to go back and try another menu item, but by that time it was closed.
I'm also not sure the WOK place is a unique concept. I've been to restaurants like that - Asian fusion type place, where you go through the line and tell the chef what meats, veggies, and sauce to put together. Everything is chopped up small, so it cooks in a minute or two. Some are called Mongolian BBQ, or Mongolian grill - here's a franchise one: BD's mongolian grill
I like the grilled cheese concept. Yeah, you can make a simple grilled cheese at home. But it would make a great lunch option for those who work, and a nice casual dinner option as well. I liked that the sandwiches could have veggies and meat, too.
The W-3 guy was Weird. How does "wood, Waffles & Wings" translate to GUMBO?
I agree that the taco place logo is lame - it calls to mind a weird clothing store where you can buy band t-shirts and jewelry for your facial piercings. Kind of like a Hot Topic store. It does not bring to mind a restaurant, and has nothing to do with tacos.
The Meatball place - First, There's something I'm not sure I like with the "Saucy Balls' name juxtaposed with a grandma. Second - is it just one food item? A meatball? Or are there a number of options, like different sauces, or a few varieties of meatball? Because it seems like he wants to sell one thing only.
Edited by backformore, Mar 13, 2011 @ 10:20 PM.