Stone ground grits with shrimp-sausage gravy, bacon, and green onions. $14.99
The Fremont Diner, Sonoma CA
Doesn’t this plate just look SO lovely and appetizing?! 🙂 Mmm, I love shrimp and grits and this dish was really good. The flavor of the gravy was intoxicating and the shrimp were nice and tender. Noms!
Nick’s Riverside Grill, Washington DC
I liked the flavor of the Old Bay seasoning, but these fries were also really salty. Which was a shame because they were cooked perfectly and not greasy at all.
1/3 pound natural farm raised beef, dairy fresh cheese, applewood bacon, fried egg, brioche bun, Good Stuff sauce. $7.65
Good Stuff Eatery, Washington DC
This burger was super messy, but totally worth it! I wish that the egg hadn’t broken before I could bite into it though. Regardless, the burger tasted great and went down easily!
Blue cheese, hard poached egg, tomato, avocado-champagne vinaigrette. $24
Barking Frog, Woodinville WA
Now this is my kind of salad! What’s not to love? You’ve got crab, prawns, bacon, eggs, blue cheese, and avocado. I’m in heaven! Even though I wasn’t feeling it at first, the service was actually really friendly (although M.I.A. at times).
Tuscarora Farms lettuce, avocado puree, diced cucumber, harissa vinaigrette, pickled shallots, toasted caraway seeds crumb. Tasting menu $95
Volt, Frederick MD
Maybe I’m just not a salad person, but this dish was lost on me. I guess I can appreciate the fresh ingredients and the techniques used to create all the components, but I still wasn’t satisfied eating this salad. To each his own…
Cheddar chive buttermilk biscuit. This was SO good! I could live off these. 🙂
Panko crust. RW Deal, $35 per person
Ambar, Washington DC
Mmm, these were tasty, but then I’m pretty easy when it comes to croquettes. These had a great texture though and the sauce was yummy too.
Eric’s Restaurant, San Francisco CA
This isn’t the best fried rice in the city, but it’s certainly moist enough and has a decent amount of meat and vegetables.