|taken from larkinsquare.com|
Nicole said the food was average, not terrible, not amazing. I didn’t get a chance to try a bite of hers because when I returned from grabbing a beer, she was finished with it. Speaking of beer, there isn’t much variety, but I was able to have the Rusty Chain from Flying Bison which I’m not all that fond of, but I’ll drink it if I have to.
It was time for me to choose something to eat. I couldn’t go crazy and try a bunch of things due to my diet, but I was going to indulge in something tasty. I decided to go with, “Le Petit Poutine” from Rochester.
I wasn’t really a fan of it. I like my Poutine to have delicious melted cheese, this was served with chucks of curd which isn’t really my favorite. The portion was decent, but it was basically a $10.00 container of fries and gravy. Mine had pulled pork on it, but not much. $10.00 was high in comparison to the other trucks.
The covered area of Larkin Square is loaded with comfortable places to sit, but every spot was taken. There is a stage where performers do their thing. When we were there, there were break dancers which was sort of lame, but they get all kinds of acts there.
Overall, I highly suggest checking this out on a Thursday. Its easy to park, its easy to get around because its nice and spread out, and its a good opportunity to kick back and try some food.