The Capital Grille

I headed to The Capital Grille for a business lunch and semi-enjoyed the dry-aged steaks. I started off with the lobster bisque: Huge chunks of lobster in a creamy bisque that tasted like it was whipped. The soup was creamy but not dense – very light and airy, surprisingly. My co-worker ordered the wedge as […]

Seoul Garden

I love Korean food. Sometimes I kid that I’m actually Korean since I love their food so much. ^_^ I used to go to Seoul Garden once a week when I lived right by K-town, but now it’s only on special occasions. I went with Josh a couple weeks ago (I ate so much crap […]

99 Miles to Philly

99 Miles to Philly’s cheese steaks are so awesome they’re probably better than the ones you get in Philadelphia (SO kidding…I’ve never had a cheese steak in Philly so I can’t really compare the two). Anyway, I love the cheese steaks from 99 Miles to Philly – the meat, wiz, and bread combo is heavenly: […]

El Parador

I went to El Parador after hearing great things about their sangria, food, and atmosphere. We arrived around 9:30 on Saturday night to find the restaurant a little empty (the kitchen closes at 11 on Saturday’s). We were given menus and promptly ordered guacamole: In my opinion, I make the best guacamole by mixing pico […]


Righteous Urban BBQ, also known as RUB, is a BBQ joint in Chelsea that Chris really likes (he gets their food once in while at work). I was in the mood for some good BBQ, especially after my disappointing trip to Daisy May’s, so we headed to RUB to check out their pulled pork and […]

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