Marinos and a Map posted an update in the group Dining
    When in Louisiana you must eat a po\' boy sandwich, when you are making plans to eat a po\' boy sandwich in Louisiana you must go to Parkway Cafe in New Orleans! This place has a great selection of sandwiches to choose from as well as sides and there is something here for everyone (the kids loved the ice cream floats). IMG_1089
    Marinos and a Map posted an update in the group Dining
    Next time your in San Francisco make sure to check out Fisherman\'s Warf, and when you are there try Boudin Bakery! All of the food we got there was great (especially the artichoke crab dip, everyone including the kids loved it) but there bread is a must try. Check out this crab made of sour dough! IMG_9836IMG_9839
    Marinos and a Map posted an update in the group Dining
    Next time your in San Francisco make sure to check out Fisherman\'s Warf, and when you are there try Boudin Bakery! All of the food we got there was great (especially the artichoke crab dip, everyone including the kids loved it) but there bread is a must try. Check out this crab made of sour dough! IMG_9836IMG_9839
    Sam posted an update in the group Dining
    My adventures in Denver have merely just begun which in my mind means \"eat more food!\" If you are looking for a cozy fun breakfast or brunch spot I absolutely recommend Denver Biscuit Company. The one pictured is located off of East Colfax. With a super cute little coffee area where you get to pick your own mug and dress up a cup of joe to your liking, to typical brunch cocktails, and every form of biscuit you can think of. When \"brunching\" (a totally new concept to my midwest frame of mind 🙂 ) my friend Mallory and I agree to always share one sweet and one savory item. On this particular day we chose The Dahlia sandwich and the Giant Biscuit Cinnamon roll. Each dish was huge! And equally fantastic. Definitely recommend the gravy for those who decide to brunch first and heath later. Both she and I enjoy cocktails on the less sweet end, but we were recommended by a friend to try \"Dad\'s Coffee\" (and yes I did get a regular cup of coffee, a coffee cocktail, and a refill on the regular coffee :)but on to more important matters)...now if you enjoy vanilla lattes or a milk chocolate mocha this could definitely be up your ally. For the two of us it was a bit on the sweeter side of things. According to my research I have found there are two official Denver Biscuit Companies in the Denver area. I do hope you get a chance to try them soon! Sincerely, Sam E. IMG_1057IMG_1058IMG_1059
    Sam posted an update in the group Dining
    My adventures in Denver have merely just begun which in my mind means \"eat more food!\" If you are looking for a cozy fun breakfast or brunch spot I absolutely recommend Denver Biscuit Company. The one pictured is located off of East Colfax. With a super cute little coffee area where you get to pick your own mug and dress up a cup of joe to your liking, to typical brunch cocktails, and every form of biscuit you can think of. When \"brunching\" (a totally new concept to my midwest frame of mind 🙂 ) my friend Mallory and I agree to always share one sweet and one savory item. On this particular day we chose The Dahlia sandwich and the Giant Biscuit Cinnamon roll. Each dish was huge! And equally fantastic. Definitely recommend the gravy for those who decide to brunch first and heath later. Both she and I enjoy cocktails on the less sweet end, but we were recommended by a friend to try \"Dad\'s Coffee\" (and yes I did get a regular cup of coffee, a coffee cocktail, and a refill on the regular coffee :)but on to more important matters)...now if you enjoy vanilla lattes or a milk chocolate mocha this could definitely be up your ally. For the two of us it was a bit on the sweeter side of things. According to my research I have found there are two official Denver Biscuit Companies in the Denver area. I do hope you get a chance to try them soon! Sincerely, Sam E. IMG_1057IMG_1058IMG_1059
    Sam posted an update in the group Dining
    My adventures in Denver have merely just begun which in my mind means \"eat more food!\" If you are looking for a cozy fun breakfast or brunch spot I absolutely recommend Denver Biscuit Company. The one pictured is located off of East Colfax. With a super cute little coffee area where you get to pick your own mug and dress up a cup of joe to your liking, to typical brunch cocktails, and every form of biscuit you can think of. When \"brunching\" (a totally new concept to my midwest frame of mind 🙂 ) my friend Mallory and I agree to always share one sweet and one savory item. On this particular day we chose The Dahlia sandwich and the Giant Biscuit Cinnamon roll. Each dish was huge! And equally fantastic. Definitely recommend the gravy for those who decide to brunch first and heath later. Both she and I enjoy cocktails on the less sweet end, but we were recommended by a friend to try \"Dad\'s Coffee\" (and yes I did get a regular cup of coffee, a coffee cocktail, and a refill on the regular coffee :)but on to more important matters)...now if you enjoy vanilla lattes or a milk chocolate mocha this could definitely be up your ally. For the two of us it was a bit on the sweeter side of things. According to my research I have found there are two official Denver Biscuit Companies in the Denver area. I do hope you get a chance to try them soon! Sincerely, Sam E. IMG_1057IMG_1058IMG_1059
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  • R2 posted an update in the group Dining
    If you are ever in Denver, Colorado, and looking for a great happy hour, try Eddy Merlot\'s in Centennial, CO, or Brio\'s in the Park Meadows mall area. That said, Season\'s 52 at Park Meadows in Lone Tree, Colorado knocks it out of the park with their Happy Hour as well! In fact don\'t miss the Kona-Crusted Lollipop Lamb Chops! They are fantastic and go wonderfully with the Happy Hour Malbec. sas_lamb