Poached eggs, DGS smoked salmon, latkes, sumac hollandaise. $12
DGS Delicatessen, Washington DC
This was another disappointment. The latkes were over-fried and greasy, and the eggs were poached hard. They may have been sitting under the warmer for too long(?). That would make sense since the service was SO slow. I wasn’t a fan of the sumac hollandaise either.
Bottomless mimosa. Yeah right! We would finish a glass but the server was never around to give us a refill. They should really call it “bottomless mimosas if the server feels like taking the time to do his job”. #lame
Shenandoah National Park.
Two eggs over medium, breakfast potatoes, red bell pepper, red onion, Irish brown bread. $11.99
de Vere’s Irish Pub, Sacramento CA
This hash was decent. I liked the Irish brown bread since it was a nice departure from my usual wheat toast. It was a bit dry but was fine with the butter slathered on.
Almost bottomless mimosas. $10
Mt. Rose Wilderness.
Harissa, feta, cucumber, yogurt, polenta fries. $17
Pinea, Washington DC
This lamb burger was really delicious, but I think seventeen bucks was a bit much for a lunchtime burger. Although the food was good, it was on the pricey side. The cocktail was also fifteen bucks, d-oh! I did like the tender, juicy patty, cool tzatziki, spicy harissa and trimmed lettuce. The polenta fries were also killer!
Old Square: Knob Creek rye, Remy VS, Dolin Rouge, benedictine, apple bitters. $15
Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial.
Poached eggs, Zoe’s bacon, tomato, English muffin, lemon hollandaise. $14.75
Lark Creek Grill, San Francisco International Airport (SFO)
Mmm, this tasted great! And I don’t usually say that about airport food. I loved the all the ingredients in the eggs blackstone and the breakfast potatoes were fabulous! Why can’t the food at Yankee Pier be nearly as good? They’re the same restaurant group?
T2 art installation.
Spinach, tomatoes, mushrooms, onions, bell pepper, cheddar cheese. Served with breakfast potatoes. $8.95
Cafe Mystique, San Francisco CA
This scramble was good enough I guess. It was nothing special. What I didn’t like was the horrendously SLOW service! Omg, move your feet, man! And the lone cooks needs to speed things up too! There wasn’t even many diners to cook for!
Bloody mary. $6.50
Seal Rocks, Ocean Beach.
Del Frisco’s Grille, Washington DC
Meh, I wasn’t impressed by the oysters on the East Coast. I prefer the smaller, brinier oysters that the West Coast has to offer. These oysters weren’t fresh tasting or shucked cleanly.
Bulleit bourbon Manhattan. $12
Eleanor Roosevelt statue, Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial.
Sine Irish Pub, Arlington VA
I ducked into the bar at Sine because I needed to kill time before meeting some friends for a cooking class at Sur La Table. The server was nice, but later disappeared for a long time right when I needed to leave. It always happens that way, doesn’t it?
Alexandria City Hall.