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    Coi, Benihanas is so FTW! I could eat their fried rice for the rest of my life and be happy!

    Oh yeah, I had hooters Bentley wings for lunch.

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    Mitch, no fair. Bentley's are where it's at, esp the naked ones. been craving wings after watching the wing throw down with Flay last night

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    Hot Pastrami on Dutch Crunch
    Lettuce
    Onions
    Tomatoes
    Sandwich shop's homemade special Garlic mayo
    Mustard
    Provolone
    American

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    Quote Originally Posted by JLMTX83 View Post
    Mitch, no fair. Bentley's are where it's at, esp the naked ones. been craving wings after watching the wing throw down with Flay last night
    I watched it as well. That is what got me to Hooters. Even though Bentley is not all that hot (to me), they do have the best quality wings. Wing stop or Buffalo wild wings has some of the hottest.
    I wanna hit that spot in San Jose sometime that has the hottest in the country. Man vs. food visited and did the hellfire challenge.
    San Jose

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    A couple of cheese slices from Upper Crust on Charles Street and a diet coke from the fountain machine

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    In-N-Out

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    i agree, the bentley's aren't that hot, but sure are tasty...plus the scenery doesn't hurt

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    I will have to try the Bentley's then because there is nothing food related at hooters I like in the least!

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    How hot is the Bentley sauce? I don't think I've ever tried it before.
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    I would say the hooters bentley sauce is on par with tabasco from a spicy comparison. Its not bad at all.

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