Cheeba Hut: Revisted

You might recall some previous posts about our favorite stoner-themed sandwich shop, Cheeba Hut.  It’s easy to say that Cheeba Hut is our favorite stoner-themed sandwich shop because it’s the only one we’ve been to.  If you don’t recall those posts and are curious, click here.

Anyway, Cheeba Hut has invaded Denver.  Actually they probably invaded Denver about a year ago, but I don’t go downtown too much, so I hadn’t ever been to their new location until today.  I have to get my blood checked every 6 months for high cholesterol issues and it is my tradition to absolutely gorge myself after getting my blood drawn.  Since I was off work today, I decided to head downtown and see what Cheeba Hut was smokin.

I went with a “pinner” sized Afghani: Turkey, jalapenos and pepper jack cheese.  I also added their house sauce, which is a parmesan/oregano vinaigrette.  I’ll say this: it was better than the last sandwich I had there.  I’m not gonna put it in the Turkey Top 10 or anything, but it was solid.

Other than of course the names of their sandwiches, the best thing about Cheeba Hut is the fact that they have Kool-aid on tap.  Not really on tap like beer, but you get my point.  Stoners love them some Kool-aid.

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Contrary to Popular Belief, Boston Market is Still Open for Business

I got home from a long trip today.  I could have grabbed a bite to eat at Denver International Airport, but I wanted to hold off for a good lunch.  So where did I go?

Boston Market, of course!

Boston Market Meal

“Boston Market is still in business?” you ask.  Yes they are, actually.  And yes, they seemingly close down locations on a daily basis, but yes, they are still have a few locations that remain open.  Here in Denver, I think we’re down to one.

But let me tell you something, mister: I like Boston Market.  The Turkey Sandwich with corn and mashed p’taters is a strong meal.  I really don’t understand why Boston Market has so much trouble making a go of it.  I’ve talked about how boring it is to eat at a Boston Market on this blog before, but their food is pretty damn good.  If I didn’t love Turkey Sandwiches so much, I could easily make a meal out of their sides.

And don’t even get me started on the cornbread!  Ok, I’ve had better cornbread, but don’t hate the player (Boston Market) hate the game (cornbread).  Whatever the hell that means.

Anyway – get out there and support your local Boston Market.  You never know when they’re going to board up the windows.