Tag Archive: mussels

Costa Mesa: Craving Those Mussels at Mesa

  After a show one night in Orange County, my friend and I headed over to Mesa for mussels. He was craving them and knew Mesa had them. It was on the later… Continue reading

Chicago: Mussels and Beer at Centennial

  Back in 2013, I had these amazing mussels at Hopleaf in Chicago. When I was making my list I decided to see if I should revisit Hopleaf but then heard the chef… Continue reading

Seattle: Late Night at Toulouse Petit Kitchen and Lounge

  On our first night in Seattle, we had a recommendation to check out the late night eats at Toulouse Petit Kitchen & Lounge. My first order of business was to secure a… Continue reading

DTLA: Lunch at Spring Restaurant

  Over the holidays I went to Spring for lunch. It’s been open for almost a year now but it was the first time I had a chance to go. The restaurant is… Continue reading

Kansas City: Mussels at Potpie

  After drinks (and snacks)¬†at Bluestem next door, we decided to get dinner at Potpie which was right next door. However they were super busy so we put in a to-go order of… Continue reading

Jackson Hole, Wyoming: Cocktails & Dinner at Local

On our first in Jackson Hole, we decided to walk around the town square to see what we could find. Initially, I wanted to eat at the steakhouse at the Million Dollar Cowboy… Continue reading

Hollywood by the Sea: Littlefork

As mentioned in my cocktail round-up for Littlefork, I tasted my way through the menu over a couple of visits. As a result, there’s a lot of items to go through. In general,… Continue reading

Chicago: Beer & Mussels at Hopleaf

Following Pops for Champagne, we headed to Hopleaf. We had heard about these great mussels from the bartender at Blackbird. But when we got there, the dining room was already closed and the… Continue reading

Living in the 80s: St. Estephe Menu at Rivera

  30 years ago, John Sedlar owned a ground-breaking restaurant called St. Estephe. It was one of the first “modern Latin cuisine” restaurants. The menu was in French but the food and ingredients… Continue reading