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Ray Lewis Full Moon/Chicken Riccco


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Ray Lewis Full Moon/Chicken Riccco

jfish | Apr 11, 2005 08:34 PM

Went to the Full Moon Barbeque on Sat night. It was OK. Nothing to rush out to. It took way too long to order, then the fire alarm went off. The whole Can Factory was evacuated, Outback, Austens etc. They handled that well, even comped us some cookies. As for the food the ribs were salty with a generic sauce. The pork was too minced for my taste with not enough crispy bits. They were out of the brisket which is what I really wanted. The hershy's cake and the cookies were excellent, our waitress was very good but the Q was not quite good enough to be ordinary.

I enjoyed Chicken Ricco on Eastern Ave in Highlandtown. We had the grilled chicken which was tastie and tender. I liked that they had spices both on and under the skin. 1/2 a chicken and two sides for $7. We had the yucca and a fried rice that both were very good. I would go back just for the sides. Even the tripe looked good but I hadn't the nerve. The customers and the staff were very friendly, even when english was not understood. The cervice looked very good, definetely worth a shot.

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