It’s been awhile since I’ve been to Soda & Swine and I felt like it was time to drop in … Continue reading Meatball Lunch at Soda & Swine in Liberty Station
A couple of weekends ago, Jake and I had a little afternoon to ourselves. T was off at baseball practice … Continue reading liberty public market | liberty station
A couple of weeks ago, shortly after getting my shiny new FitBit, I noticed that there was a DogFest Walk … Continue reading dog walks and a revisit to con pane rustic breads
A few weekends ago, Stacey and I went to the 3rd VinDiego Wine and Food Festival. VinDiego changed venues this … Continue reading vindiego recap or whoa, i drank a lot of wine
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It was high time for me to visit Slater’s 50/50. Jake and I had heard kind of mixed things about the place – some people really liked it and some didn’t and some just thought it was okay. I had to decide for myself though and after a few failed attempts at visiting, Jake, T and I went on that hella hot weekend we had a few weeks ago – when it was in triple digit temperatures. We went next door to Ace Hardware just for the A/C while waiting for our table. I do like their notification system – which sends you a text message to let you know when your table’s ready. Very neat!
We were seated in a corner table. Pretty much my thoughts were, “Gee, do they have enough TV’s in this place?” Must be an ADD person’s heaven. Me? I thought it was distracting. But maybe I’m the only one (or maybe that’s the point).
[combination plate – onion strings, french fries and panko fried mac n’ cheese – $6.95]
We decided to get the combo plate for appetizers. Jake and I both thought we were getting regular mac n’ cheese, since it was further below on the menu – we both didn’t notice it was fried mac n’ cheese. Oops.
We each got one mac n cheese ball. It was very crispy on the outer, with a melted, cheesy middle. A little on the bland side. Not as great as I thought it would be, especially since I was expecting just mac n cheese… but that was my fault for not reading the menu properly. These were okay.
The onion strings/rings things were good, I dug those. French fries are french fries. I will say though that we were hoping for fries on our plates, but when we realized we didn’t get more fries, we ordered 2 more orders. One order tasted like they dropped a salt shaker on it, it was so salty that it was inedible. We had that one taken off our order after we told the waitress though but did not get another order – wasn’t necessary. Besides, the fries weren’t that awesome.
[build your own burger – starting at $8.95]
All three of us did the “Make Your Own” sandwich thing. This is T’s creation – which had fried chicken instead of a hamburger patty.
I’m picky about a lot of things. You can ask Jake. He’d roll his eyes and say it was an … Continue reading con pane rustic breads & cafe / liberty station – san diego, ca
Five Guys is a national chain fast food restaurant – but without the drive-thru windows. I liken it to In-N-Out … Continue reading five guys burgers and fries / liberty station | san diego, ca