Al Mancini gives a cheeky A grade to the new Public School 702, even though, “Like so many of the spots in Downtown Summerlin, PS 702 is part of a national chain.” For example, “[s]ome chain restaurants toss ingredients like that onto a menu just to sound fancy. These guys, however, actually know how to use them.” He likes the addition of togarashi to the calamari, and “green chili cornbread waffles that accompany the fried Jidori chicken (not to mention the rich side of bacon red-eye gravy that comes with that chicken and waffles).” He didn’t care for the PB&J sliders (“I foolishly assumed that they would include nothing more than the “P,” the “B,” the “J” and the bacon. That would have been a hearty enough sandwich for me. But piling them onto thick beef patties was a bit much for my taste and, frankly, a bit disturbing.”). [VS]
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