Monthly Archives: July 2016
We had a nice Sunday brunch at Old Man Rafferty.
Although not as good as soup bowl in California, I think the soup bowl at Panera is decent.
I tried Lebanese food for first time today at Al Bustan. We got a nice sampling of food which was great.
We got a Restaurant Week menu at Thalia. The chicken was a bit over cooked but the fries and dessert are nice
We did Brother Jimmy’s BBQ for lunch in White Plains. The portion is right size for lunch and service is good.
Bar Bacon came across my desk and I decided to swing by for a try. The bacon is quite tasty.
The choice of the day is turkey chili with chips. The chips are flimsy and tasteless but the chili was nice
On the road trip to drop off Andrew at university, we stopped at Brio. The chicken club and calamari hit the spot for me.
We went to Momofuku early to get lunch. The places fills up quickly. The tile fish and burger were both nice.
After a nice swim meet, we went to Tacoria for a lunch. They differentiate from the usual Mexican food in the area. It was a nice lunch.
I tried Dos Caminos for the first time. The short ribs were excellent. The fish tacos are nice also
We hit the typical Japanese mixed with whatever asian food place for lunch. An’nam is not bad for service and food selection
Mccormick & Schmick’s has a pretty nice setup at Bridgewater. The service is good. The chocolate bag dessert is interesting.
McLoone’s is a nice option for a meal after hiking around turtle back zoo or a round of miniature golf.
We took the drone out for a spin at the middlesex greenway.
It was a nice day to have a relaxed lunch at Old Man Rafferty. I was hoping to get our drone up and going at Rutgers but we had to change up at last minute.