Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Army Navy: The OpenRice mini-eyeball event

We were out and about once again, at the Army Navy at 32nd Street. We were invited by OpenRice.com to their Mini-Eyeball Event for their subscribers. It's to get their subscribers together and enjoy an experience at a restaurant of their choice, for some fun and experience of the restaurant. They gave us free food, giving us their best selling Burritos, Burgers, Fries and Iced Tea. 


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Dani and Khaezel of openrice.com.ph

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Pretty much the same look for all their branches 

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THEIR MISSION

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They did not fail. We definitely came in hungry and walked out happy! That's not all! The staff were super friendly and  accommodating that we want to come and visit them again :)

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One of the many reasons we go back to Army Navy is their Iced Tea. They call it, LiberTea. It's deifinitely one of our favorite Iced Teas to date. 

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Their very delicious LiberTea.


We both got a Bully Boy burger. We added cheese and bacon to make it a heart stopping experience :)) The burgers were so big! Mimi wasn't able to finish hers but Gab was very much willing to help her with that. 

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Gab and his Bully Boy Burger.

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Mimi and her Bully Boy Burger.

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Mimi has recently developed a love for all things spicy and sh thought of challenging herself that night using Army Navy's Chili Verde and Chili Rojo. We thought that they were both as spicy, they just taste a little different. We were wrong! The Chili Verde is a spicier than the Chili Rojo. The difference is that after you get that really spicy zing from the Chili Verde (that lasts for a minute or two) the spiciness disappears. It's as if I didn't have anything spicy. 
A-MA-ZING!

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Chill Sauce!


They also have something called their Special Army Navy sauce that they recommend with everything on their menu. It's pretty good! It gives you just a hint of spiciness.

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Army Navy Sauce. Slightly spicy.

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Freedom Fries!

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The awesome people of Openrice.com

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The bloggers.

3 comments:

  1. I was invited to this event but it was a bit too far from my place.

    Please see my review for Army Navy:
    http://dekaphobe.blogspot.com/2011/07/army-navy-burger-burrito.html

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