Morel mushroom, English peas, saffron. $32
Aziza, San Francisco CA
Mmm, this was delicious! The halibut was perfectly cooked and everything tasted great together. I loved the earthy flavors and the dish was well balanced.
Duvel, Belgian strong pale ale. $6
Eggs, salame, parmiggiano reggiano, buffalo mozzarella, extra-virgin olive oil, fresh garlic, fresh basil, black pepper, sea salt. $25
Una Pizza Napoletana, San Francisco CA
Um, I thought I’d like this pizza more because of all the hype. I mean, it was good but I guess it just wasn’t my style. The crust was too chewy and almost felt undercooked. I like the combination of toppings in the Apollonia though.
Menabrea Blonde Lager. $8
Black vinegar sauce. $10
Hong Kong Lounge II, San Francisco CA
This was pretty good, but super expensive especially for the Richmond. The management here is supposedly crooked too. I’ve read that they weren’t paying their employees and actually threatened them even after legal intervention!
Roasted onion, mozzarella, Canadian cheddar cheese, oregano, parsley, thyme, olive oil. Slice $3
Sliver Pizzeria, Berkeley CA
Mmm, the pizza here was really good! The crust was thin and had a great texture and all the ingredients tasted great, and definitely worth the three dollar price tag!
Field Works Canopy pale ale. $5
Sriracha dip, pickled carrots, cilantro. Happy hour $5
FIVE, Berkeley CA
This was tasty, but the meatballs themselves were pretty hard and dry. I think the garnishes were ultimately better than the meatballs, although even the carrots were really sour. Kinda lame.
Golden Road hefeweizen, Los Angeles, CA. Happy hour $3
Chicken breast stuffed with Iron Cactus corn bread and cheddar cheese, topped with jalapeño cream sauce. Served with Mexican rice and garlic herb broccoli. $9.99
Iron Cactus, San Antonio TX
Ugh, this was gross. It was super rich but somehow really bland at the same time. I didn’t like anything about this plate.
Stash IPA. $6
Duck sautéed with spicy Mexican sausage, tomatoes, onions and topped with cabbage lime slaw. $14.95
Acenar, San Antonio TX
This tasted great. I loved the duck which I thought was an unexpected option for Mexican food. It was packed with flavor and quite filling. Mmm…
Mexican rice and refried beans.
Lone Star. $4