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Darryl's Corner Bar

phelana | Sep 1, 201106:27 PM     4

I had a lovely dinner with my DSM and daughter. She moved into her dorm and we walked down. Our waiter Tyrone made the night. The setting is very cool, very chic. I can imagine later in the night, the bar is hopping. We arrived 6:15 and were offered half price apps. Tyrone recommend the peach chile BBQ wings. I tried one it was divine. I had the gumbo and my DSM had the jambalaya. My kiddo had the pulled pork sandwich. We had a side of mac and cheese and green beans. Everything was very tasted, well executed and portion wise, just right. We had a slice of red velvet cake which was a slim slice but VERY dense. We did not love it. I had two wines and my DSM had a Red Stripe. The bill was 100+ before tip. We will go back. A fun spot.

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