When the in-laws call for a last minute dinner, how can you refuse? Bear bumped into them at Docomo. He was there to disconnect our cable and home phone and they were they connecting theirs.
After paying so much for cable with HD channels, we came to the conclusion we no longer needed it since Apple TV suits our needs and we can Netflix & Hulu. When we did watch any cable channels it was for news or Food Network, both of which we can find online. We rarely receive calls on our home phone so we figured that it was pointless to continue paying for it. We kept our internet and Bear’s cellular active but all others are gone along with the expensive bill that came along with them.
To our surprise there were $4-$5 happy hour specials on beer, cocktails, and appetizers from 2:00 pm – 7:00 pm. Happy hour starts at 2:00 pm? Bear was already there when I arrived at 6:15 pm and we immediately placed orders for beer and spinach artichoke dips while we waited for the rest of the family to arrive.
Doesn’t look busy but it got busy later. That’s Bear enjoying Stella.
Bear seating available for those wanting a more informal dining experience or the men who want to tune into the ESPN.
Happy hour spinach artichoke dip $5 but half the size of regular order.
They provide The Guam Daily Post for your reading pleasure as you wait for your food along with a basket or two or three of fresh hot baguette with butter.
Although I wanted to order this baby but it was the in-laws treat.
So I got the miniature version of the lobster. I had a small appetite tonight and the coconut shrimp appetizer and a bowl of french onion soup seemed fitting. Plus I’ve learned over time that I never finish my full size meal. Appetizers are perfect portions to avoid leftovers. By the way, Tony Romas’s french onion soup is one of the best I’ve tried on island.
The rest of the family ordered 1/2 rack ribs.
Tony Romas – Hagatna
Agana Shopping Center
Open daily: 11:00 am – 10:00 pm
Happy hour (Mon-Fri) 2:00 pm – 7:00 pm