Came here to watch the UCLA v. Utah game a few weeks ago with the Diaz family and friends. Needless to say, it wasn’t a pleasant viewing experience. Can’t believe I drove all the way to Fullerton to watch such a shitty game, but at least it was amongst great company, especially Greg, who I hadn’t seen for a month before that.
Heroes has a decent selection of beers on tap. Food-wise, it’s a pretty expansive menu of familiar bar food and American classics, in a super-sized package. I ordered the meatball appetizer, and it was basically the equivalent of a Subway footlong meatball sub. And the nachos that the table split was literally the size of a serving tray. Of course, I didn’t expect the food to be great, and it wasn’t. Wasn’t bad – just…okay.
But I learned that with places like Heroes (and Barney’s Beanery, where I went for my company’s holiday party last week), it’s not about the food. The food is merely a supporting actor in the movie that is the bar scene. These casual bar/grill types are the perfect places to go with your group of loud friends and watch a game in HD, while stuffing yourself fat with junk.
Heroes’ Chili Nachos ($14.95)
Heroes’ Meatball Appetizer ($11.95)
Chris Hei grade: C
Heroes Bar & Grill
125 W Santa Fe Ave
Fullerton, CA 92832