I have never been the biggest fan of the Monte Cristo sandwich in general. I just haven’t. You’d think I would be. It’s basically French Toast made from a ham sandwich. There wasn’t anywhere in the Tri-Cities that could get one done in such a way that made me say, “wow”. Until now. The Monte […]
I love a good Old Fashioned. I love making myself an Old Fashioned at home. It let’s me get them exactly the way I want without pissing of a bartender. If you ever get the chance to make yourself an Old Fashioned with Pendleton Whiskey, give it a go. You just might like it.
The Beef Pho at Yummie Pho in Kennewick is outstanding. I know through the years the pho here has had its ups and downs. Right now, it’s definitely on the upswing. Kom puts a seriously good flavor in this broth and I hope it stays this way for a long time. When you’re looking for […]
I love a great French Dip. I’ve had the French Dip at Eatz Pizza a few times now and it doesn’t disappoint. Just a random factoid for me… this was the first French Dip I have had bacon added to. In addition to the bacon, it’s got a great pile of roast beef and some […]
Foodies Brick and Mortar in Kennewick has been going strong for lunch and dinner for a couple of years now. They put out awesome food with great service. They have just expanded their offerings with an outstanding breakfast now. It did not disappoint and definitely lived up to the expectations based on how delicious their […]
This breakfast burrito at Just Joel’s raises the bar for breakfast burritos around the Tri-Cities. It is huge. It’s packed with goodness. And all the flavors work super well with each other. You need to get down to Joel’s for this. This breakfast burrito can be a little life changing so be forewarned. When […]
I love Mongolian Beef. I love Spicy Tuna Rolls. Sakura in South Richland does a mighty fine lunch combo with the two. It really hits the spot when you’re craving good Asian cuisine.
I’m a sucker for a good bacon sandwich. I like to keep it simple. Just bacon, mayo, mustard, and bread. That’s it. No tomato. No lettuce. Just these four ingredients. As always, when you’re looking for some of the best sandwiches in the Tri-Cities, keep Eatz in mind.