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Re: Bourbon Street Is Your New Sports Headquarters
« Reply #15 on: September 03, 2018, 12:28:11 PM »
I have gotten some good pussy out of burbon street so I need it to stay open. All the workers are cool to talk to in there.

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Re: Bourbon Street Is Your New Sports Headquarters
« Reply #16 on: September 03, 2018, 12:35:53 PM »
bourbon street I have nothing against your person since I never met you, but I do dislike your places and the places I eat so you know are Sinatras, Steak & Sirloin, Germany Grill, Bologna and a few more.

Places I had bad experiences in Sosua including your place and Waterfront but let me tell you the reason I dislike your place.

So I went there to eat one night and I had to eat chicken since there was no other meat available, so I ordered my first meal waited 20 minutes to be informed that they ran out so I got the chicken and what a mistake.  So I wasted 1.5 hours to have a meal that I disliked.

And I had to tell one of your Timeshare guys to go fuck a goat, man talk about a rude motherfucker putting pressure on me while I am on vacation, what part of NO cant your fucking sales men get the N or the O. So here are some of the reasons why I dislike your places.

and I am the kind of person that spends an everage of $20 to 30 US on a meal in Sosua not every night but most nights, I can afford it very well.

OHH BTW I dont stay at Resorts either I rather have my own apartment that is how long I been going to Sosua even before the days of Victoria House and Bourbon street.

I’m going to give you the benefit of the doubt and believe that was truly your experience. If it was, I apologize for the wait. As far as the taste of the bird I can’t do anything about that. Food is like women, people like different things. I could show you 50 people that say our chicken is the best in Sosua. If your taste buds don’t agree you certainly have the option to take your business elsewhere. But, if Sinatra’s and Tera Linda are your barometer for good food in Sosua then I’ll just chalk it up to different strokes for different folks.

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Re: Bourbon Street Is Your New Sports Headquarters
« Reply #17 on: September 03, 2018, 12:39:04 PM »
I have gotten some good pussy out of burbon street so I need it to stay open. All the workers are cool to talk to in there.

Trust me, Bourbon street is in no danger of closing. None at all. If we close it will be because they made everyone close and even if that happened we would move Bourbon Street inside of AHNVEE. AS long as Sosua is around Bourbon Street will be around.

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Re: Bourbon Street Is Your New Sports Headquarters
« Reply #18 on: September 03, 2018, 07:37:07 PM »
Such a simple minded man.  Now you sure as the fuck could not hoodwink me with the money grab of the timeshares, and broken promises----so do you really believe an abundance of some chicken wings and beer is enough to sway a Jedi, then your mindset and your agenda has once again shown thru.

Just offer the black folks some beer and chicken and they will come running; once again the Jedi are not swayed.

The boycott continues...................


I am with you I desliked this place since day ONE, I am not an el cheapo but I refused to pay American prices for garbage thats what I think about the food there plus the place looks stupid very cheaply built but expensive prices.

Average meal at Bourbon Street is $12 If thats overpriced for you then its obvious that you are not our target audience. Kinda like the 1500 peso guys. Yeah you could get a cheaper meal somewhere else but did you really travel to another country on vacation to save $2 on a hamburger. If you did, that says a lot more about you than it does about my business

I think the question should be, "Do you travel to another country on vacation to eat the same shit you get in the states at an inflated price"? Honestly, $12.00 for bar food and fries is pretty pricey. Especially in the DR where a full plate of pollo quisado o cerdo, arroz o moro y un Presidente normal es 350-400 pesos..

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Re: Bourbon Street Is Your New Sports Headquarters
« Reply #19 on: September 03, 2018, 09:42:34 PM »
Such a simple minded man.  Now you sure as the fuck could not hoodwink me with the money grab of the timeshares, and broken promises----so do you really believe an abundance of some chicken wings and beer is enough to sway a Jedi, then your mindset and your agenda has once again shown thru.

Just offer the black folks some beer and chicken and they will come running; once again the Jedi are not swayed.

The boycott continues...................


I am with you I desliked this place since day ONE, I am not an el cheapo but I refused to pay American prices for garbage thats what I think about the food there plus the place looks stupid very cheaply built but expensive prices.

Average meal at Bourbon Street is $12 If thats overpriced for you then its obvious that you are not our target audience. Kinda like the 1500 peso guys. Yeah you could get a cheaper meal somewhere else but did you really travel to another country on vacation to save $2 on a hamburger. If you did, that says a lot more about you than it does about my business

I think the question should be, "Do you travel to another country on vacation to eat the same shit you get in the states at an inflated price"? Honestly, $12.00 for bar food and fries is pretty pricey. Especially in the DR where a full plate of pollo quisado o cerdo, arroz o moro y un Presidente normal es 350-400 pesos..

Hey I get it. I'm not knocking your way of thinking. Im just curious why you only limit it to food. Do you travel to another country to live the same way that you live in the states? Why stay at a place like Terra Linda or New Garden for $70 per night, its kinda pricey, especially when you can cop a place in charrimicos for $10 per night? Like I said, everyone has different beliefs and different tastes. There are some people that think $12 is too much to pay for a meal. Im not knocking those people, I'm just saying that those people are not my customer base.

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Re: Bourbon Street Is Your New Sports Headquarters
« Reply #20 on: September 03, 2018, 09:56:41 PM »
Ok so i will give an honest unbiased opinion. I was driving past bourbon street a few weeks ago and saw a girl i know but i didnt know that she works there. I have never stepped foot in there in the past. it was a sunday so she was telling me about the buffet for 800 pesos and unlimited mamosas. I wasnt interested because im not a big eater my my friend wanted to stay. in my opinion and i could be wrong for 800 pesos it wasnt a bad deal especially since i was able to get salmon with it. Also hands down the grits were off the chain. Is it something ii would always do? probably not but i dont feel like it was overpriced

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Re: Bourbon Street Is Your New Sports Headquarters
« Reply #21 on: September 03, 2018, 10:04:40 PM »
Ok so i will give an honest unbiased opinion. I was driving past bourbon street a few weeks ago and saw a girl i know but i didnt know that she works there. I have never stepped foot in there in the past. it was a sunday so she was telling me about the buffet for 800 pesos and unlimited mamosas. I wasnt interested because im not a big eater my my friend wanted to stay. in my opinion and i could be wrong for 800 pesos it wasnt a bad deal especially since i was able to get salmon with it. Also hands down the grits were off the chain. Is it something ii would always do? probably not but i dont feel like it was overpriced

Brother when we say “overpriced” we are referring to the context of the pricing, but I’ll put it this way I spend $800 pesos for a meal at Don Pepe or El toro around the corner from my house here in the Capital, it is 5 star ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️ ⭐️ , would you rate your meal there 5 stars?
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Re: Bourbon Street Is Your New Sports Headquarters
« Reply #22 on: September 03, 2018, 10:07:51 PM »
No i would not rate it at 5 stars.you cant compare santo domingo to sosua. I dont think anything in sosua is 5 stars. Im not saying that it is something i would do it again but i definitely didnt leave  feeling like i wasted my money is what i am saying.

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Re: Bourbon Street Is Your New Sports Headquarters
« Reply #23 on: September 03, 2018, 10:16:19 PM »
No i would not rate it at 5 stars.you cant compare santo domingo to sosua. I dont think anything in sosua is 5 stars. Im not saying that it is something i would do it again but i definitely didnt leave  feeling like i wasted my money is what i am saying.

my brother  I would never attempt to compare sosua  to Santo Domingo.  But what I was referring to was the price point. EC you mean out of feel that you have wasted money but personally as a foodie I’d be pissed off at somebody was charging me the equivalent of $50-$60 see the problem is is people are doing the conversion rate in American dollars / valuation but isn’t doing the true “value” conversion for inflation or true cost. Realistically when you spending 800 pesos for a meal it is the equivalent of spending $50 for a meal in the states so the question is if you had spent $50 for that same buffet would you feel your money was well spent or wasted. And be honest because that is the fair  Comparison and assessed valuation..
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Re: Bourbon Street Is Your New Sports Headquarters
« Reply #24 on: September 03, 2018, 10:29:26 PM »
of course i would not spend 50 dollara and your right i am assesing it on the conversion rate. So the way i looked at it is that its not a bad deal for 15 dollars. But i see you point as far as looking at it from a local economic perspective where the average person makes 50 dollars a week spending 800 pesos on 1 meal would be insane

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Re: Bourbon Street Is Your New Sports Headquarters
« Reply #25 on: September 03, 2018, 10:36:19 PM »
No i would not rate it at 5 stars.you cant compare santo domingo to sosua. I dont think anything in sosua is 5 stars. Im not saying that it is something i would do it again but i definitely didnt leave  feeling like i wasted my money is what i am saying.

I appreciate the support. Glad you enjoyed it. The funny thing about this whole line of thought is that you almost feel like you have to apologize for having a good meal at Bourbon Street and for not feeling that its over priced. The truth of the matter is thats how most people really feel. People like the food and they don't feel its over priced. No matter how you measure, no matter if its plates served, revenue generated, number of daily visitors, statistically Bourbon Street is the number 1 restaurant in Sosua right now. Fuck, they could find a dead midget in the bathroom tomorrow and all of this could change but as for RIGHT NOW a lot more people think like you than the other line of thinking.

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Re: Bourbon Street Is Your New Sports Headquarters
« Reply #26 on: September 03, 2018, 11:08:16 PM »
I spend more than 15US every day on at least 1 meal while in Sosua.

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Re: Bourbon Street Is Your New Sports Headquarters
« Reply #27 on: September 03, 2018, 11:09:25 PM »
Ok so i will give an honest unbiased opinion. I was driving past bourbon street a few weeks ago and saw a girl i know but i didnt know that she works there. I have never stepped foot in there in the past. it was a sunday so she was telling me about the buffet for 800 pesos and unlimited mamosas. I wasnt interested because im not a big eater my my friend wanted to stay. in my opinion and i could be wrong for 800 pesos it wasnt a bad deal especially since i was able to get salmon with it. Also hands down the grits were off the chain. Is it something ii would always do? probably not but i dont feel like it was overpriced
The all you can eat brunch is worth it, I sat there for hours eating steaks and all types of food. I wasn't going to do it but sexy ass milka promoting it to me sold me. it cover breakfast and lunch so I was good well worth 800 pesos. Shit I felt like I was robbing them lol
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Re: Bourbon Street Is Your New Sports Headquarters
« Reply #28 on: September 04, 2018, 05:23:24 AM »
Ok so i will give an honest unbiased opinion. I was driving past bourbon street a few weeks ago and saw a girl i know but i didnt know that she works there. I have never stepped foot in there in the past. it was a sunday so she was telling me about the buffet for 800 pesos and unlimited mamosas. I wasnt interested because im not a big eater my my friend wanted to stay. in my opinion and i could be wrong for 800 pesos it wasnt a bad deal especially since i was able to get salmon with it. Also hands down the grits were off the chain. Is it something ii would always do? probably not but i dont feel like it was overpriced
The all you can eat brunch is worth it, I sat there for hours eating steaks and all types of food. I wasn't going to do it but sexy ass milka promoting it to me sold me. it cover breakfast and lunch so I was good well worth 800 pesos. Shit I felt like I was robbing them lol

 Now that’s the way to do it!!!  In that case I’ll be there too 🤣
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Re: Bourbon Street Is Your New Sports Headquarters
« Reply #29 on: September 04, 2018, 10:45:56 AM »
Ok so i will give an honest unbiased opinion. I was driving past bourbon street a few weeks ago and saw a girl i know but i didnt know that she works there. I have never stepped foot in there in the past. it was a sunday so she was telling me about the buffet for 800 pesos and unlimited mamosas. I wasnt interested because im not a big eater my my friend wanted to stay. in my opinion and i could be wrong for 800 pesos it wasnt a bad deal especially since i was able to get salmon with it. Also hands down the grits were off the chain. Is it something ii would always do? probably not but i dont feel like it was overpriced
The all you can eat brunch is worth it, I sat there for hours eating steaks and all types of food. I wasn't going to do it but sexy ass milka promoting it to me sold me. it cover breakfast and lunch so I was good well worth 800 pesos. Shit I felt like I was robbing them lol

 Now that’s the way to do it!!!  In that case I’ll be there too 🤣

Is this what has come down to? 800 pesos for buffet? 800 freaking pesos? that is about 16 dollars..
come on fam, its only 16 dollars!!!

 


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