Milford, MA has a hidden secret, On the right-hand side of their huge bowling alley/arcade/laser tag place, there is a restaurant that is extremely good. The Blue Dog Sports Bar and Grille presents a menu that is a grand slam in this guy’s opinion. I’ve eaten there twice and not been disappointed. The restaurant is a large space with a long list of menu options for both lunch and dinner. It’s a hole-in-one with every stroke.
There are a few things that I recommend:
One quarter of this quesadilla was enough to satisfy me for the meal. It was packed with chicken and veggies.
Before I go much further, I must add a disclaimer. There are always take-out containers for leftovers leaving the Blue Dog with both Spencer and me. The food is so good that it reheats beautifully and is always good a day or two later.
The sandwiches: this is the Dom DiMaggio ($10) BBQ pulled pork, melted spinach and smoked gouda cheese. There is a BBQ genius that works in the kitchen at Pinz. We had the ribs appetizer on our first visit and OMG!! Enough said.
Yes, Yes, YES!! Those are house made chips and they are often warm – like freshly cooked warm – with a little bit of chewy-ness and a lot of crunch.
Being a multi-venue entertainment complex is not an easy task. Pinz is a family business and they don’t bunt. The entire establishment has a cleanliness and quality of service that is far reaching from a corporate branded-don’t ask for anything special type of place that we may have experienced in the past. The Pinz family is gettin-in-done. No prisoners taken.
Go. Bowl. Play. Sit. Eat. Enjoy.