Seamless Restaurant Staff Picks: Something Cozy
We pride ourselves as being pretty food knowledgeable. We’re all about it, whether it’s eating it, talking about it, or ordering it, we’re experts at food (at least we think so). And, we’ve all got our favorites for different cuisines and flavors. It’s high time we share some of those with you. Today, we’ve got a little “Something Cozy” for you. And, as cozy is as cozy feels, Chinese, BBQ, Soul Food, or Burgers – it’s all cozy!
Katelyn B. (Partner Marketing Associate): When I want cozy BBQ, my go-to is Hill Country in NYC. The Pork Spare Ribs are always tender and cooked to perfection. Some ribs and a side of the sweet potato bourbon mash is just what I need to satisfy my hunger pains and make my coworkers just a little jealous. OK, very jealous.
Zach Y. (DC Sales Consultant): Pho 14 in DC is the perfect spot to order from when you want to change it up. Everything I’ve had is great but I especially love the Vietnamese Noodle Soup. Go with the large bowl adding Dac Biet Bo Vein and you will not regret it.
Jenn S. (Partner Relations): DuMont Burger in Williamsburg — Cheeseburger was done perfectly and the fries are the best in Brooklyn! And what could be more comforting than Mac & Cheese? Mac & Cheese with baconin it! They definitely know what they are doing at DuMont.
Jon W. (San Francisco Sales Consultant): After a big weekend in the city, there’s no better comfort food than the Baby Back Ribs and Roasted Garlic Mashed Potatoes from Asqew Grill in San Fran. I find myself gnawing the bones for every last morsel of succulent meat and the mashed potatoes remind me of mom’s Sunday dinners.
Sam L. (B2B Marketing Associate): Just the name makes me want to cozy up next to a fire – but their food gets me too. On a chilly day, nothing makes my belly warm and full like Soulfire in Boston. More pulled pork with a side of mac & cheese, please.
What’s your favorite “something cozy” meal? Tell us in the comments below!