The Kroft and Honeymee in OC


Mary is a San Diego native and has been a food blogger for 11+ years. She is an avid reader, a lover of puppies, and loves trying new food. Foods she loves: sweets, peanut butter, pasta, Triscuit crackers with cream cheese, and extra nuts on top of her sundaes. Food she dislikes: pickles, really spicy food, runny eggs, olives, and too much arugula.

6 Responses

  1. Great looking shakes! I usually prefer them plain as I don’t like them too sweet either.

  2. I don’t think I loved The Kroft too much when I tried it at the Anaheim Packing District. It was alright, I guess. Maybe I should try something else there because I wasn’t too crazy about what I had gotten at the time (I don’t remember what it was, I’d have to refer back to my IG to remember). I do want to try Honeymee though. Looks like total indulgence! I love one day road trips. I need to take one to SD one of these days. I don’t think I’ve been there in many years?!

    I’m on chat with Hostgator at the moment, patiently waiting and hoping that I don’t have to resort to crying later because of you know what! Thanks again for your help.

    • Mary says:

      The cheese curds were my favorite thing about the Kroft! Honeymee you definitely have to try – it is delicious! One day road trips are fun and you guys have a good variety of stuff up in OC/LA that it makes for fun trips. You should make the trip down to SD sometime. If you need suggestions, let me know! Aww, I hope everything gets resolved soon!

  3. I saw in one of your photos the coffee place, Portola Coffee Lab which we visited almost 2 years ago. I think this place was just built and didn’t have all of the tenants yet. It may be time for a revisit!

    Did you notice the humongous zeppelin hangars on your way there? Those things are Gigantic!

    We’ll have to add “Honeymee” to our places to visit in the OC. 🙂

    • Mary says:

      Oooo, I knew Portola Coffee Lab sounded familiar to me but I couldn’t remember why! We did notice the hangars but we didn’t know they were for zeppelins! We were wondering why they were so big. I remember we passed them on a past trip – they are quite memorable due to the size. Don’t forget the free cornflakes when you finally make it around to Honeymee! 😀

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