So I meant to write about this injustice last week, but between packing up to go home and celebrating my birthday with family; I got pretty distracted. Anyway, about a year to a year and a half ago the Don Pablo's near where I go to school got shut down and a Baja Sol moved in. Since I figured that Baja Sol had to atleast be decent we went there to try it out. I got there and ordered some enchiladas because I love them. They told us that we could go to their salsa bar and pick out some salsa for ourselves instead of just giving us some. What awaited us at the salsa bar was a nasty mix of chunked up vegetables and sauces that hardly resembled anything like a good salsa (you can see an actual selection from our local Baja Sol in the picture to the top left). Later the enchiladas arrived and they seemed like they had been microwaved minutes beforehand. Also, the enchilada sauce tasted like Spaghetti-O's had been strained so the noodles got left behind.
Since then another Don Pablo's nearby got replaced by a 2nd Baja Sol. I did some research to see whether or not all Don Pablo's were being overrun by Minnesota's disgusting Baja Sol chain and I don't think they are. It seems like they merely picked certain areas to completely replace Don Pablo's instead of slowly trying to drive them out. It makes me sad the Don Pablo's isn't popular anymore and I can't really see why people like Baja Sol more. I'd have to say that the prices are pretty comparable and that the quality of Don Pablo's is definitely higher. I looked up Baja Sol's menu to see why and found out that they have a huge selection of tequila. It's sucks that people would choose booze over better food, but I'm gonna keep going to Don Pablo's in hopes that it stays alive. It's the only good chain left since Chichi's died.
June 18, 2009 1:11 PM
June 5, 2009 11:41 PM
So I didn't realize that a trailer had come out for the Princess and the Frog until Nettles told me about it sometime last week. I had planned on posting about it last week but I've been so tied up in school work that I didn't get a chance to. It's a pretty cute little trailer. I love the fact that the princess is totally snobby like I thought she'd be; and then immediately gets what was coming to her when she kisses the "prince". Anyway, I realized that the prince looks a lot like the Dimitri from Anastasia (which reminds me that I haven't seen that movie in forever and of how good it was despite the crazy parts). Also, the huge alligator reminds me so much of the alligator from Peter Pan. I like the creepy witch-doctor, since he's a pretty crazy looking bad guy.
I'd like to say again that I'm glad that Disney is going back to classical animation since they were pretty good at it. Whatever "genius" told them that they should give it up after the terrible Home on the Range movie should be fired.