Yesterday’s PruEats adventures took me to the Upper Concourse level to try out “The Boardwalk.” One of the security guards said that everyone has been saying, “Go to the Boardwalk! Go to the Boardwalk!” So that’s what I did.
This place is very reminiscent of New Jersey’s Jersey Shore pride. The only thing it was missing was deep fried pickles.
How amazing do those sweets look? The topped off funnel cake looked so good and seemed to be a popular item amongst NJD patrons. Popcorn and cotton candy are also served up here, too.
The Italian sausage with pepper and onions was the suggestion one staffer made, so that was on the menu last night. It was good, but I had difficulties getting all of the ingredients into one bite. It was either bread and sausage or bread and peppers/onions. I kind of wish I had a fork and knife for this thing.
I gave up 1/4 of the way through. I decided that I would enact my ‘food for thought’ with this. I have a fashion rule: If I don’t understand how to put it on or wear it, I won’t buy it. Applying the same principle: If I don’t understand how to eat it, I’m not going to eat it.
So if you brave this tasty sandwich, ask for a fork and knife.
All in all, I have to say that I am still impressed with the new vendor, Legends. The food is much tastier than the old vendor.
Word also has it that the chicken fingers are really good…not sure yet where the Pru Center staffer got them, but I’ll be on the lookout for them next time.
Chicken fingers are available at the Bayonne Diner back behind section 101-102 – also I think the fried pickle can be had at the French Fry stand behind 112. There is also one on the lower level, not sure the section but I believe its by the Sushi.
Thanks, Mark. Did you find the bacon chocolate chip cookies yet?