We have come upon some pretty cool food establishments. Here are a few pictures of food or places to eat food that captured our attention in our journeys.
Our all-time favorite fried fish joint – Woodman’s in Essex, MA
Are we talking burgers? The BEST! Ann’s Snack Bar in Atlanta. Don’t be off-put by the looks of the place. Well, maybe you should. But either way the burgers are the best! (12/15)
Ghetto Burger at Ann’s – OMG! Ghettout!
Best rack of lamb – EVER! Restaurant (Kish) in Marietta, GA. (10/15)
One of the best BBQ joints out there – brisket and beef ribs to die for (3/18)
Best Mexican food I have ever had. Ever. Miami, AZ (2/15 and 2/16)
In Atlanta, this is the restaurant you want to go to. Expensive, but oh so good – and interesting!! The various chefs bring around their creations from which you can choose – or not. My recommendation? Try everything.
Gone, but not forgotten. Paahty of 4 for Sioux City! Saugus, MA
Modern Pastry in the North End of Boston is a great stop after dinner.
Shady Grove in Austin, TX is a great place for green chili/ cheese french fries
Found this FABULOUS food truck in Kennebunk, ME. Swordfish sandwiches, fried clams, lobster rolls… Killer.
O.H.S.O. in Scottsdale, AZ is a great little place right along the canal. We road our bikes, and it is very dog friendly.
Oasis is a place in Mecca, CA to buy dates (and you can taste their varieties). But what is unbelievable are their date shakes! Just sayin’.
We were somewhere on the coast of Maine. Living’ large.
GREAT place for BBQ in Atlanta – Fox Brothers Bar-B-Q
Between the Owl Cafe and Buckhorn’s down the street in San Antonio, NM, the BEST green chili cheeseburgers you’ll ever get.
Owl Cafe inside
Buckhorn – this and the Owl Cafe for green chili cheeseburgers
Thinking a grilled cheese around midnight might do the trick? The Museum of Electronic Wonders and Late Night Grilled Cheese Parlour in Marfa, TX is really your best choice.