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The Dishes You HAVE To Try While Gaming At Dave & Buster’s

We all know Dave & Buster’s as the grown-up arcade spot where you can relive being a little kid. But going just for that means you’re missing out on a pretty expansive menu of drinks and eats to fill up on while gaming.

The Dave & Buster’s menu isn’t necessarily new, but it went through a revamp a couple of years ago that brought a ton of items in that weren’t there before. Foodbeast’s own Elie Ayrouth and Marc Kharrat joined up with FaZe clan chef FaZe Cheo at the Del Amo Fashion Center location to go try out the entire menu for themselves.

Yes, they ate through the entire menu at Dave & Buster’s in a single setting. You can see the insane feat above in Foodbeast’s latest episode of Going In.

Based on what they consumed, here are some of the recommended items to try on the menu from Ayrouth, Kharrat, and Cheo.


One of the drinks the squad really enjoyed was the new Frose, a blended icy beverage with strawberry puree, Absolute citron, and plenty of rose wine both in the slush and poured into it via mini-bottle. Both Elie and Marc were astounded at how good it tasted.

Elie is drawn to anything that’s Instagram-appealing, so the Green Ghost Glow Kone caught his eye. Made with Crown Royal Apple, Smirnoff Green Apple, and Monin Granny Smith Apple, the glow cube inside makes the entire drink light up like a neon sign. It tastes just as good as it looks, too.

The Strawberry Mango Margarita also stood out because of its bright red color and cubes of strawberry. They keep the drink from diluting but also add a great hue and flavor to the whole beverage.


When it came to the food, the whole squad slurped up the Bang Bang Chicken and Noodles pretty quickly. The combo of spicy fried chicken and peanut noodles was a favorite for all three.

One of the craziest items on Dave & Buster’s menu is the Buffalo Wing Burger, which comes topped with a couple of chicken tenders drenched in spicy buffalo sauce. It brings the heat, but also provides a huge “flavor punch,” as Ayrouth described it.

Cheo was a fan of the Short Rib & Cheesy Mac Stack, a sandwich that brings the two together in a savory flavor bomb. It makes for a pretty comforting dish that’ll make you happy even if you’re not reeling in the tickets.

Having all of the food at Dave & Buster’s is pretty convenient, since you can grub to prep for your squad’s arcade marathon or vice versa. And no matter how you do in terms of getting tickets, at least there’s good food and good times abound.

Created in partnership with Del Amo Fashion Center

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Wife Pulls Off Epic Sandwich Toss Off To Her Husband [WATCH]

We’ve all seen those #relationshipgoals memes, but this couple takes the cake– or the sandwich, as a wife passed off her husband’s lunch in the most unusual, but bad-ass way.

The YouTube video is titled, “Her husband forgot to bring lunch,” and the most efficient way to get him his lunch, was by tossing it out of the window, down to his car, through the moon roof and into his hungry hands.

Check it out below:

There’s no way this was her first time doing this. That toss was way too confident and accurate. Although, there was no real risk involved because that sandwich looked pretty tightly sealed, and if she had missed, the guy could have picked it up from wherever it landed.

Still, it took some Steph Curry-like accuracy to pull off, and makes you wonder what she can do with a water bottle toss.

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Buffalo Wild Wings Promises Wings In 15 Minutes, Or You Eat Free


Who: Buffalo Wild Wings

What: The multi-flavored hot wing chain has done some research and found that some lunch orders can take up to 30-40 minutes from when it’s place to when customers get their chicken wings.

Because pretty much everyone has only an hour to eat their food, Buffalo Wild Wings is promising wings be delivered to tables in 15 minutes or less. If they’re late, you get your wings for free.

Where: Any of the 900 participating Buffalo Wild Wings locations in the United States.

When: Mondays through Fridays from 11am to 2pm.

Photo: Buffalo Wild Wings Facebook

Hit-Or-Miss Humor Products Technology

This Watch Was Built To Hold A Tiny Meal Inside

After waiting for what felt like an eternity, somebody finally decided to start putting food inside of accessories. One Kyoto-based company called Takii Seeds may give Apple and its highly advanced watch a run for their money.

The company has created a watch that contains a tiny amount of food in it for when you need a small snack on the go. Although the hungry man in me is stoked about this invention, the practical part of me sees that, alas, the watch is just as ridiculous as the Apple Watch, only in a much different but equally grand way.

In order to make the watch both perfect and functional, Takii Seeds brought in several professionals at their crafts, including a master watch craftsman for the design, a plastic surgeon to cut the food into tiny, proper pieces, a diorama expert to arrange the food inside the watch, and a very popular chef to cook the food. The watch even comes with two tiny, extendable chopsticks.

Unfortunately, this watch was only done as a publicity stunt and is not for sale, nor is it even being manufactured. Let’s just hope that my plans for whiskey-filled cufflinks get greenlit.



Photo Credit: Kotaku, First We Feast


Applebee’s Knows You Hate Waking Up Early, Debuts All-Day Brunch Burger


Let’s face it, waking up before noon on a weekend is a pretty formidable feat. Especially if it means missing out on the awesome meal known as brunch. Applebee’s has created an all-new burger specifically for brunch. Except, they’ll be featuring it all day.

The All-Day Brunch Burger boasts hash browns, bacon, American cheese and a fried egg on top of a beef patty. The patty itself is seared in bacon grease and onion.

For those who enjoy BBQ with a kick, Applebee’s is also offering The Blazin’ Texan Burger. This features fresh jalapeños and onions seared into the patty. It’s topped with shredded beef, grill sauce and white cheddar.

Patrons can find both burgers for about $11 for a limited time at participating Applebee’s locations.



26 Magical Foods You HAVE To Try At Disneyland


There’s a indescribable magic about stepping into Disneyland for the day. Whether it’s your first time or hundredth time, the park features a family-friendly world, nostalgic sets and awesome rides. Also, you can’t beat the food.

Seriously, Disneyland and Disney California Adventure feature some of the most fantastic foods around. Whether it’s a whimsical snack or an epic meal, some folks are willing to brave the long lines just to have a taste.

In the spirit of Disney foods, we’re guiding you through the best things to find at the park year-round.


Here we goooo! 


Mickey Mouse Pancakes


River Belle Terrace/Disneyland, Photo: Peter Pham

Dole Whip Soft Serve Ice Cream

Disneyland Dole Whip

The Enchanted Tiki Room/Disneyland, Photo: Dominique Zamora

Country-style Biscuits n’ Gravy


River Belle Terrace/Disneyland, Photo: Peter Pham

Boysen Apple Freeze


Maurice’s Treats/Disneyland, Photo: Brian Yamamoto

Marshmallow Tigger Tails


Pooh’s Corner/Disneyland, Photo: Peter Pham

Cheddar Garlic Bagel Twist


Maurice’s Treats/Disneyland, Photo: Peter Pham

Mickey Pretzel


Refreshment Corner/Disneyland, Photo: Peter Pham

Fried Chicken

Disneyland Fried Chicken

Plaza Inn/Disneyland, Photo: Dominique Zamora

Lobster Roll


Harbour Galley/Disneyland, Photo: Peter Pham

Chocolate-dipped Ice Cream Cone


Cozy Cone Motel/California Adventure, Photo: Peter Pham

Mickey Macarons


Jolly Holiday Bakery Café/Disneyland, Photo: Peter Pham

Lobster Nachos

Disney Lobster Nachos

Cove Bar/California Adventure, Photo: Dominique Zamora

Grilled Cheese and Tomato Soup


Jolly Holiday Bakery Café/Disneyland, Photo: Brian Yamamoto

Fried Biscuits Stuffed with Jalapeño White Cheddar


Carthay Circle Restaurant/California Adventure, Photo: Peter Pham

Hand-dipped Ice Cream bar with the Works


Clarabelle’s Ice Cream/California Adventure, Photo: Peter Pham

Veggie Tater Bake


Flo’s V8 Café/California Adventure, Photo: Brian Yamamoto

Mickey Beignet

Disneyland Beignet

Mint Julep Bar/Disneyland, Photo: Dominique Zamora

Apple-Cheddar Pie-O-Rama


Flo’s V8 Café/California Adventure, Photo: Peter Pham

Monte Cristo

Disneyland Monte Cristo

Café Orleans/Disneyland, Photo: Dominique Zamora



Boardwalk Pizza & Pasta/California Adventure, Photo: Peter Pham

French Dip


French Market Restaurant/Disneyland, Photo: Peter Pham

Uh-Oa! Flaming Cocktail

DIsney Uh Oa

Trader Sam’s Tiki Bar/Disneyland Hotel, Photo: Dominique Zamora

Mediterranean Kabobs


Paradise Garden Grill/California Adventure, Photo: Peter Pham

Pulled pork and Mac n’ Cheese Cones


Cozy Cone Motel/California Adventure, Photo: Peter Pham

Matterhorn Macaroon

Disneyland Matterhorn

Jolly Holiday Bakery Café/Disneyland, Photo: Dominique Zamora

Corn Dog


Corn Dog Castle/California Adventure, Photo: Peter Pham


13 Insanely Mouthwatering Jack In The Box Menu Hacks

Jack in the Box has a pretty expansive menu. Between breakfast, lunch and late-night menus, the only problem one might have is deciding which route to take when ordering.

When we eat at Jack in the Box, however, we have a few go-to menu hacks that we definitely enjoy. Combining the best elements of different menu items, we Frankenstein’d some of our favorite Jack foods that you definitely won’t find on the menu.

Check em out!


Mini Pancake Jalapeno Popper Sandwiches


Sweet. Spicy. Savory. Take two pieces of mini pancakes and sandwich them between a jalapeño popper. Dip it into some maple syrup for the full effect.

Cheesecake Affogato


Since Jack in the Box doesn’t carry ice cream, we had to make due with the next best thing. We grabbed some New  York Cheesecake and threw a chunk into the hot coffee. Once it dissolves, you have a cheesecake-flavored coffee.

Spicy Chicken Biscuit


Order a plain biscuit and stuff it with a chicken patty. If your Jack in the Box is currently serving spicy chicken sandwiches, order the spicy patties. If they’re serving ghost pepper sauce, even better. Jalapeños definitely don’t hurt.

Western Taco


Grab 2 for $1 tacos and stuff them with onion rings. Slater some BBQ sauce in between and you have yourselves a make-shift Tex Mex meal.

Super Bacon Cheeseburger


Order a regular Jack Cheeseburger. Add bacon. Then more. OK, a little more.

Jalapeno Popper Nachos


A simple order of Jalapeño Poppers topped with melted cheese and more jalapeños. If you really want to go nuts, get a few cheap tacos and scoop the fillings on top.

Maple Bacon Cheesecake


An order of New York Cheesecake topped with crumpled pieces of bacon and a drizzle of maple syrup. Sweet and slightly salty.

Monkeystyle Sourdough Jack


A while back, we investigated rumors of In-N-Out serving a burger with Animal Style Fries stuffed inside. Turns out you can make something similar at Jack with cheese, sauce and french fries.

Mix-n-match Flavored Chicken Nuggets


Grab a bunch of sauces with your order of chicken nuggets and drench them in it. Soon, you’ll feel like you’re eating boneless wings. If you really want to be bold, mix all the sauces together first and then cover your chicken. Recommended with ranch.

Cheesecake Cookie Sandwich


Spoon a chunk of New York Cheesecake in between two mini cookies. Sweet and simple.

Loaded Taco Breakfast Sandwich


Definitely not for the faint of heart. No, really. A Loaded Breakfast sandwich combined with the contents of a Monster Taco. We recommend you drench this thing in hot sauce.

Churro Pancake Platter


A platter of mini pancakes topped with chunks of mini-churros. Drench everything in maple syrup and wait as the sugar rushes through your body.

Spicy Cookie Sandwich


Because why not?


Photos by Peter Pham


Cheerios-Crusted Grilled Cheese Sandwich


Recipe: Serious Eats