Ghost River Brewery, Memphis TN
This place is just a short jaunt from downtown. The taproom is a pretty open space and they have a few tables on the patio and a yard where there’s a food truck. I liked their selection of beer and the servers were very nice.
16 oz. $5.25
Flying Saucer Draught Emporium, Memphis TN
This place is huge, but there weren’t many people there when we arrive late on a Sunday night. It looked pretty empty. They have a very extensive beer selection so it was really cool. I opted for a local beer and it was very tasty.
Rogue Ales & Spirits, Portland OR
This pilsner was clean and bright, and was a great drink to relax with on a sunny farmers market weekend in Portland.
Honeymoon Peach Radler, Niagara Premium Lager, Amber Eh!, and Beerdevil IPA. $8.10
Niagara Brewing Company, Niagara Falls CANADA
This was a really tasty flight! I liked the variety that gave, and all the beers tasted distinctively different. I’d say the Honeymoon Peach Radler was my favorite, but that comes as no surprise since I often like fruit or citrus flavors in my beer.
Made fresh daily. 5 oz crab cake served with potato chips, tartar sauce and crackers. $15
L.P. Steamers, Baltimore MD
Mmm, this crab cakes was SO delicious! It was mostly crab with very little filler, and it was fried perfectly. It was very moist and not greasy. I could have done without the potato chips (maybe that’s a local thing).
National Bohemian ‘Natty Boh’ beer. When in Baltimore, gotta have some Natty Boh! 🙂
Chinese donut balls, raisin bread, bloody mary, Coors light beer. Complimentary
United Club, Los Angeles International Airport (LAX)
This was the first time I’ve seen Chinese donut balls at a United Club. They definitely weren’t authentic – they were really just regular donut balls, but at least they tried to be fancy with the nomenclature, lol!
Brandt Family Farms’ beef, hand cut fries. $18
Bix, San Francisco CA
This burger was delicious! The patty was juicy and flavorful and I loved the blue cheese on top. The fries were also great, and I especially enjoyed the anchovy(?) dipping sauce. Noms!
7×7 Magazine’s Big Eat SF: 100 Things to Try Before You Die
St. Bernardus beer. $10