Mozzarella, anchovy, red onion, thyme. $15
Marta, New York NY
Now this was a delicious pizza! The crust was perfectly thin and chewy and toppings were great. They were simple and of really great quality. A perfect combination that made for a yummy meal. NOMS!
Mortoni: Wodka vodka, campari, citrus, Q tonic. $10
Hedwig and the Angy Inch set, Belasco Theatre.
Tonic East, New York NY
I didn’t read good things about the food here, so I thought I’d play it safe with tater tots since I wasn’t really hungry anyway. You really can’t mess up fried tots, right? Anyways, these were actually pretty good and they give you plenty of them so it’s great for sharing.
Mimosa. Carafe $8
Uh, a great price when there’s no bottomless!
Sparkling wine and orange juice. $7
Dish DUMBO, New York NY
This place was a joke! they didn’t even have any drink menus and the service was completely clueless and incompetent! My mimosa was ok, but their wines tasted like crap. No thank you!
New York City view.
Crispy masa shells, black beans, chorizo, poached eggs, chipotle hollandaise. 3 course brunch $19
Fuego Cocina y Tequileria, Arlington VA
This tasted pretty good, but damn it was rich and filling! The masa was thick and dense and combined with the chorizo and hollandaise, but was a recipe for definite heartburn. Thank god I have a stomach of steel! Like I said, it tasted good but I think I could have done with just one of them.
Traditional Mimosa. $2
Prickly Pear Mimosa: cava prickly pear puree, orange juice. $5
Open sushi hand rolls. Happy hour $4 each
SEI, Washington DC
I definitely liked the spicy salmon more than the garlic scallop. The scallop hand roll tasted off and the texture was mushy. The spicy salmon had a more distinct flavor and a nice firm texture.
Faux Punishment: rum, star of anise, aromatic bitters, citrus. Happy hour $8
Black bean, jalapeno, yellow onion, lime juice, cumin, tomato, tortilla chips. Happy hour $4
Level, Annapolis MD
This hummus was delicious! And for only four bucks, what!? It had a great thick, substantial texture and really great flavors incorporated into it. It also had a nice kick to it which I really enjoyed.
Bourbonapolis: Woodford Reserve bourbon, aperol, apple shrub, lemon, orgeat, peychaud, hard cider cube. $9
A really yummy cocktail. And I loved the large hard cider ice cube – nice!
Quaint Annapolis street.
Pusser’s rum, pineapple juice, orange juice, cream of coconut, served on the rocks with orange slice and cherry, topped with nutmeg. $8
Pusser’s Caribbean Grille, Annapolis MD
I don’t know why I order these cocktails. They always end up being super sweet and not worth the calories. This tasted fine but I would have preferred a Manhattan in retrospect.