Legends Sports Bar

Last week, Josh and I went to Caesar’s Windsor for a few days. Legends Sport Bar is located in Caesar’s Casino. We also ate @ Big Mama’s Pizza on Wyandotte St. Check out our experience.

Legends Sports Bar

Loaded Garlic Bread: Two Slices of French Baguette with Garlic Butter, Caramelized Onions, Bacon, Shredded Cheddar, Mozzarella & Parmesan Asiago Cheeses. I thought the garlic bread was amazing, but Josh didn’t care for it. The caramelized onions are what did it for me.

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Chipotle Turkey Wrap: Smoked Turkey, Crisp Bacon, Chopped Romaine, Lettuce, Diced Tomatoes, Green Onions & Chipotle Mayonnaise Wrapped in a Flour Tortilla. We didn’t care for this at all. One half of the wrap was served with a soggy tortilla. We expected the wrap to be cold, but it was served warm which wasn’t that good. I didn’t get any spice or flavor from the Chipotle Mayo either.

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Despite the Garlic Bread and french fries, our two experiences here, have been lousy, At least this time service was great, but the food just doesn’t cut it. Pay the money for the Market Buffet, the food is better and you won’t leave hungry.
Big Mama’s Pizza: Large Pepperoni & Onions for $ 7.99. The pizza was really good and the price was even better. I really liked how the pepperoni was sliced. The pizza took about 7 min to cook and the guys that worked there were very nice. The only thing that was a bummer was that they charged us for garlic crust and it was absent.
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Market Buffet

The Market Buffet @ Caesar’s Windsor has a lot of delicious stops, but my favorite is the pasta bar. Now, we’ve all  heard of the create your own stirfry made famous by Bd’s Mongolian Grill, but here’s the latest craze: create your own pasta! I’ve heard of a few restaurants that specialize in this innovation, but this is fairly new to the casino scene.

My creation: Grilled chicken, caramelized onions, roasted garlic, grilled zucchini, and a mix of Alfredo and meat sauce (I stole the sauce idea from the guy in front of me). I don’t want to toot my own horn or anything, but toot toot! First, I tasted the sweetness from the onions then the freshness from the zucchini. I thought mixing the meat sauce and Alfredo was a mistake at first, but it wasn’t. The meat sauce added texture, and the Alfredo sauce was rich and creamy. And who doesn’t like garlic? It was served with a fresh, hot, buttery, bread stick for your dipping pleasure.

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I still think the Detroit casino buffet’s are better, but they don’t have a create your own pasta option so across the border we go. The only bad part was coming back to the states. Silly Border Patrol.

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