Crushed orange and cherry served with “Peabody Select” Jack Daniel’s Single Barrel, soda. $15 Lobby Bar at The Peabody, Memphis TN
I came to The Peabody to see the march of The Peabody ducks, hehe! I know it’s super cheesy, but I love this kind of stuff. I must say that it was kind of a cool experience. The build up was much cooler than the march itself, but it was nice to relax at The Lobby bar while waiting.
10 pieces with blue cheese dressing. $10.35
Orphan Andy’s, San Francisco CA
Uh oh, it was one of those other nights, lol! For some reason I didn’t get my usual chicken fried steak though. I opted for the chicken wings. These were kinda dry and over fried but anything will do when it’s that late.
Original recipe Pacific true cod, French fries, white clam chowder, diet Coke. $12.99 Ivar’s Seafood Bar, Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA)
This definitely isn’t the healthiest option at the SeaTac Airport, but Ivar’s is such quintessential Northwest food that I couldn’t resist. Their fish is actually really good and the fries come out piping hot. I also love the consistency of their clam chowder. Noms!
1/3 pound beef patty, lettuce, tomato, cheese, ketchup and mayo. Served with French fries and soft drink. 145 PHP Jollibee, Manila PHILIPPINES
This burger tasted pretty similar to those in the States. I’ve found that sometimes hamburgers can taste drastically different depending on the country and the local ingredients used. This was one was decent and hearty enough. The French fries were pretty tasty too!
Planter’s Punch: Bacardi light rhum, triple sec, lemon juice, pineapple juice, soda. 220,000 VND Rex Hotel, Ho Chi Minh City VIETNAM
So this was probably the most we spent for cocktails while in Vietnam. We really wanted to check out the rooftop bar though (and get out of the scorching heat). The Rex hotel is historic and it was quite relaxing up on the roof so I really didn’t mind too much about spending a little more for drinks here. My Planter’s Punch tasted pretty weak and not as sweet and vibrantly colored as those you would find on a Caribbean island.