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February 21-28, 2015


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Saturday, February 28, 2015

Beets, broccoli, cauliflower, ‘cado, carrots, chevre, and chanterelles ($16.75):

... were showered ‘stachios in a terrific, tumbled, terrari-yum at Bar Bocce.

We lounged with our wine at our waterfront table:

... watching bocce players as we bowled through our cous cous cradling calamari ($12.50):

... in a capered collection of orby eats.

Padron peppers perked the shrimp pizza ($16.75):

... with mozzarella. This thin, sourdough saucer was a pleasant pie and although it doesn’t bump Picco from prime position on our list, it was still swell sliceage.

It has been years since our last visit to this culinary court but we will roll back soon for a rematch with their refreshing rations.

Bar Bocce
1250 Bridgeway
Sausalito, CA



Friday, February 27, 2015

A basin of ‘bryo embodied the “wet omelete”:

... at Aeirloom Bakery.

This loose interpretation was a dunking tank of eggs, tomatoes, jalapeños, and (for an additional $3.00) chicken sausage (a generational link that was ova worked for my taste.)

Cukes and feta fringed this liquid breakfast before I wove off for the aeirport.

Aeirloom Bakery

105550 Riverside Dr.
Toluca Lake, CA



Thursday, February 26, 2015

Back to Burbank where a ribeye ($23.95):

... punched in as what one would expect at Gary Bric’s Ramp.

This airport area eatery taxies under the dermy of a marlin where old school garlic bread and grub (simulating the Smokehouse) included hollan-dazed broccoli and chunky chowder.

Servers slung some sass (in a good way) at this lowbrow lounge that serves plane food in jumbo portions.

Gary Bric’s Ramp
7730 N Hollywood Way
Burbank, CA



Wednesday, February 25, 2015

The pug burger ($19.00):

... has been our fast, fancy feast of choice at The Hungry Cat:

... where our standby sandwich was architecturally undermined by avocado, bacon, blue cheese, and a fried egg piled onto the patty that solicited severing. The fries weren’t as crisp as we prefer, but the pug was the pleasurable point of this pit stop.

The Hungry Cat
1535 N. Vine St.
Hollywood, CA



Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Crab was MIA at Mia where the “over the rainbow” roll ($13.00):

... flew with a faux filling.

The sashimi omakase ($30.00):

... of maguro, sake, saba and fluke was okay with the hotate and hamachi ($5.00 - $7.00):

... being better bets while the uni ($9.00):

... lacked luscious texture and taste.

The spicy tuna:

... and eel rolls ($7.00 each):

... weren’t electrifying but the giant fire chutes kept us warmly engaged.

Mia Sushi
4741 Eagle Rock Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA



Monday, February 23, 2015

Lawyers lined Westfield Center’s Toscanova:

... where billable lunch hours included evidence of an admissible pizza:

... with known accomplices of olives, ham, and artichoke hears in this foiled caper.

The barley soup:

... offered an unconvincing alibi for its presence at the scene but we concluded by popping a cap before deliberating on dinner.

10250 Santa Monica Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA



Sunday, February 22, 2015

Molina’s brunch has not yet found its audience.

The underpopulated dining room allowed us to perch in prime positions for cups of coffee ($5.00 each) and baked eggs ($20.00):

... over potatoes with ricotta (which had some nice house made bacon).

A bowl of broccoli ($15.00):

... had a six minute egg, chunks of chorizo, melty toma and whole grain mustard.

The price could be pointing people away since expectations for breakfast buckage tend to be tinier than evening expenditures.

Hope they transition from tumbleweeds to in the weeds with busy brunchers.


17 Madrona St.
Mill Valley, CA



Saturday, February 21, 2015

Chirashi don ($28.50):

... was strewn with ‘shimi at Robata Grill:

... where hotate, hamachi, geoduck, amaebi ($7.50-$7.95):

... and a 49er roll may not be detour dining, but krilled our craving at this freeway fish foundation.

Robata Grill
591 Redwood Hwy
Mill Valley, CA








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