I was a little disappointed with these wings, partly because they looked so sad and lonely arranged on the plate. I guess 5 tiny wings look weird when they’re placed singly on a plate. And these wings were definitely frozen and of poor quality.
House margarita. Happy hour $3
Not the best tasting, but I really can’t complain for three bucks.
A crunchy taco made with seasoned beef, lettuce, and cheddar cheese in a shell made from Cool Ranch Doritos with more chips on top. 170 calories, 9g fat Taco Bell, Palm Springs CA
OK, since I already tried the nacho cheese version a while back, I had to try cool ranch! I mean, cool ranch is the superior Doritos flavor anyway, right? And again, I was disappointed. Even when I’m slightly buzzed I can’t get into these silly taco shells.
“Some say the best in town.” With ranch and buffalo sauces. $7 Bongo Johnny’s, Palm Springs CA
I really didn’t think these chicken strips were “awesome” or “the best in town”. Actually, they were pretty pedestrian and not much better than those you can get from the freezer aisle at the grocery store. They were even on the small side. 😦
Six inch soft corn tortillas with cayenne ranch sauce, shredded lettuce, grated cheddar cheese, and tomato-cucumber pico salsa. $2.95 The Taco Spot, Charleston SC
This was my favorite taco because it was jam packed with flavor! The blackened grouper was delicious and the cayenne ranch put it over the top. Noms!
View of Charleston Harbor from the Rooftop Bar at the Vendue Inn. This bar is pretty cool! It’s relaxing early on, then it becomes an upbeat hangout as it fills up with bar goers. They also have live music!
Battered and fried chicken pieces with ranch dipping sauce. $8 Mission Bowling Club, San Francisco CA
This was a disappointment. The chicken was SO greasy it was dripping onto the board. I had wiped off the pool of grease when I took the pic, but in hindsight, perhaps I should have let it collect so that it would’ve been more representative of the dish. I was there shortly after opening so maybe their deep fryer hadn’t reached temperature yet at the time they cooked the chicken. I will say that the batter was really delicious and the ranch had a great dill flavor, noms!
7×7 Magazine’s The Big Eat San Francisco: 100 Things to Eat + Drink Before You Die – 2014
Cool wooden blocks sculpture and planters. On one end of the patio stands this wooden installation on which they’ve placed candles. It’s an interesting piece and I’m sure it looks great at night!
Since I was already ordering a large pizza for myself, I thought why not add a few more calories and get some buffalo wings? Hehe! I love buffalo wings, but these weren’t very good. They were too soggy and not at all spicy. With ranch dipping sauce. 6 pieces for $3.99 Round Table Pizza, San Francisco