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Mariners Brunchball: 5/5 Stars

July 16th, 2017 at 5:48 PM
Aggregated By Sports Media 101

You’re gonna need to stretch after this one

Photo by David Banks/Getty Images

After enjoyable meals both Friday and Saturday night during our stay in the south side of Chicago, (the bullpen bouillabaisse from last night’s dinner was particularly memorable, topped only by a great dish the previous night with a special north-of-the-border flair), we decided to step out of our comfort zone and try something a little different this morning – Mariners Brunchball.

Though it was a long and involved meal with more drama than perhaps your more run-of-the-mill Brunchball experience, it’s an absolute must-visit.

Unfortunately, I’m sad to say the first course of Andrew Moore underwhelmed. We had been hearing great things about Moore’s balanced flavor profile, creative plating and presentation, and sustainability practices, but were left with no choice but to send this one back to the kitchen:

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Tags: Andrew Moore, Avisail Garcia, Derek Holland, Emilio Pagan, James Pazos, Jose Abreu, July 16, 2017, Kyle Seager, mariners, Steve Cishek, Todd Frazier

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