The tab: $10
The verdit: Cheap food, comfortable atmosphere
Located on Sixth Street tucked between a couples small building is BULICEK’S. This is what I would call your “neighborhood get together” place. Everyone inside is incredibly friendly, it is so comfortable and relaxed. Even on the wall is a TV screen that projects pictures of the “regulars” at the bar having a good time… you can look at it and feel like it is okay to people watch (lets face it, we are all guilty of it).
I was amazed to find the numerous different types of appetizers, all priced at $5.00 each. They range from your typical cheese balls, mozzarella sticks and wings, to cauliflower, green beans, dill pickles, Mac and cheese bites … even adding a few “randoms” like mini tacos and eggrolls – just to name a few.
Bulicek’s also has bagel sandwiches, burgers, chicken and fish sandwiches… typical bar food. Everything is reasonably priced and you can get a sandwich ranging from around $4 to $6, adding fries for only $1.50. They also make daily specials like Philly sandwiches, or boasted chicken. After asking a couple “regulars,” for recommendations, I was told that the pizza and tenderloins are the best. I could not decide and only knew I wanted to try a little bit of everything! … So a plus in going with company is that I persuaded them into all ordering something different and we all shared. We ordered quite the variety to satisfy our cravings including a Chicken Alfredo Pizza ($10), fried green beans, mini tacos, naked chicken wings and fries. I might also add that drinks were reasonably priced too and I could order a beer without breaking the “Fill Her Up” budget.
I enjoyed the atmosphere at Bulicek’s. It’s new, but still has its own character. At one point on this Thursday night, one group there was having a “good time,” non-stop laughing and for such a small place, I could see its potential to have a really fun time. It is a nice bar… essentially laid back and a place where everyone knows your name