Beeble and I signed up for How About We Couples to see what kinds of dates they had to offer us, and we started out with one that suited us very well. Plus, I was very pleased with the service that How About We provided us for this date. I’ll get to that in a minute, but if you’re interested in learning more you can go here. If you click the link, it does give me money toward future dates with Beeble, however you can go to How About We directly if you’re opposed to that.
We booked this date last week as a double date through the site. I received an email later saying that the date was only available as a single. Of course I wrote them a nice email in return saying that they had let me buy it as a double so it wasn’t my fault, and they needed to fix it. How About We contacted Hot’s Kitchen and within a matter of hours my double date was honored. It was fast and easy customer service from How About We, and the four of us were set for an awesome date afternoon. It’s always great to get away from the city and out toward the shore with great friends. The beer and tacos were only an added bonus.
The date included a custom beer flight per person, which included any beer sold in the pint glass, and one taco per person. It was a pretty good deal for the price we paid for the date. Of course we were able to order more above and beyond what was included so long as we were willing to pay for it. As you can see from the menu there were so many options and they weren’t what you normally expect at the local taco restaurant.
The beer menu was just as diverse. Plus this gives you a few of part of the taco menu. These were not your average tacos.
I’m not a beer person so I only finished one of these. It was the Angry Orchard Apple Cider on the right. This is probably my favorite “beer”, and it tastes quite like apple juice. So I’m not going to spend a lot of time reviewing beer here. I just wanted to show you what the custom flight of 4 4oz pours looked like. The little surfboard carrier was pretty sweet.
Now it was taco time. This is the fried chicken taco, and oh my goodness did it taste like home. The taco included one piece of fried chicken covered in mashed potatoes with gravy plus cornbread crumbles. Is there anything more Southern than that? It was absolutely delectable. Not pictured is the Cubano taco that I devoured before this. It tasted just like my favorite sandwich, the Cuban! I was seriously in love.
I would definitely recommend Hot’s Kitchen to friends, and I would definitely be willing to return. Service was a little slow at first, but I think the food more than made up for it. Plus, the waitress was super nice once she was at the table.