Spicy sausage, kale and russet potatoes in creamy broth.
Olive Garden, Martinsburg WV
Why me?! I was dragged to Olive Garden by some co-workers who wanted to eat some “good” Italian food, lol! This soup was marginal. It was very salty and not very exciting.
Blue Moon draft beer. $4.99
Log cabin, Morven Park, Leesburg VA.
Mozzarella sticks, spinach and artichoke dip, cheese quesadilla grande, boneless wings. $12.89
Applebee’s, Charles Town WV
This was disgusting and I’m actually ashamed I ordered this to eat all by myself. Hey, I like a greasy appetizer as much as the next guy, but everything on this plate was really low quality and tasted horrible. I definitely didn’t finish it and swore I wouldn’t return to Applebee’s during my trip.
Corona light beer. $4.39
Brunswick Railroad Museum, Maryland.
This place is totally relaxed and the service in friendly. The beers are pretty tasty too! $5
Bad Jimmy’s Brewing Co., Seattle WA
Spicy sausage link topped with slaw, cheese and pickles. $6
The Boar’s Nest, Seattle WA
Ooh, this was good! I loved the slaw/cheese/pickle combo for the topping. The hot link was also very flavorful and it had a nice kick.
Served with crackers. $10
Chippy’s Fish & Drink, Seattle WA
Mmm, this was delicious! It had such depth of flavor and the ingredients were top notch and cooked perfectly. Noms!
Fremont Brewing summer ale. $5
Pretzels, hot dog, beer. Complimentary
Genentech Concert, San Francisco CA
I was finally invited to attend the Genentech concert this year, yay! It’s great because they buy out AT&T park and all the food and drinks are free. We sat out on the field and watched Colbie Callait, Foo Fighters, and Usher! I got kinda drunk, but had a great time. I also won stuffed animals playing carnival games. :)
Big Malt chocolate ice cream. Complimentary
Hot dog with ketchup. Complimentary
Remoulade, parsley, dill, lemon. $12
Mikkeller Bar, San Francisco CA
These croquettes were pretty delicious! You don’t find salt cod croquettes at most places so these were a treat. They were perfectly fried and the perfect with the remoulade. I definitely used all of the lemon to cut through its fried richness along with the dipping sauce. Noms!
7×7 Magazine’s The Big Eat San Francisco: 100 Things to Eat + Drink Before You Die – 2014
Mikkeller Spontanfig. Lambic-style with figs. $12
This bar is known for their sour beers, and this one was very good. It’s good to try new and different things. :)