I like Eatz. Phil, the owner, isn’t afraid to experiment and just throw stuff together to see what works. That’s pretty much what he did as soon as I bellied up to the rail. This meal was a ginormous sandwich that we decided to name “The Vandine”. I felt the name was appropriate on many […]
My friend James had been telling me about Kagen Coffee and Crepes for a while. I hadn’t had a crepe since French class my sophomore year in high school. If you’re looking for something different in the Tri-Cities for breakfast, you should give Kagen Coffee and Crepes a shot.
The Landing Bistro is a relatively new place in the Tri-Cities. They are doing things well. They do an amazing burger as well as a darn good steak. Tonight’s steak in question is the Steak Frites served with homemade fries which are covered in poutine. If you’re looking for a damn good steak in the […]
Aki Sushi in Kennewick is doing some damn good sushi. One of my favorite rolls they do is the Northwest Philly Roll. It’s a tempura style Philly Roll topped with a teriyaki style sauce. If you haven’t been to Aki Sushi yet, put it on your list.
My friends, we have a new player when it comes to burgers in the Tri-Cities. This burger is the Landing Bistro Burger and fries with poutine. The burger patty is made with their steak scraps and the flavor is amazing. I kid you not. If you’re looking for one of the best burgers, here is […]
I try to eat as many salads as I can. I have to. When it comes to all the other food I eat, I need something that will keep my diet balanced..ish. My “go to” place for salads in the Tri-Cities is Graze in Kennewick. They let me customize my Cobb Salad to any extreme […]
The breakfast at Rosy’s is pretty darn good. For reals. Where else can you find Capt’n Crunch French Toast? It’s delicious diabetes on a plate. On top of that, they do a great Eggs Benedict. If you’re looking for a damn good breakfast in the Tri-Cities, give Rosy’s a shot.
Graze does damn good sandwiches. The Latronka is a monster pastrami sandwich. The pile on the homemade sauerkraut (which I actually ask them to go light on) as well as the Russian dressing. If you’re looking for one of the best pastrami sandwiches in the Tri-Cities, you need to swing by Graze.