Scorecard

What fun is it if you don’t keep score?  Bragging rights are what matters.  Whatever is listed below is my take on what the “best of the best” is in the Tri-Cities for food and drink.

If you don’t see your establishment on here, it’s either that I haven’t made it there yet or what I had didn’t make the cut.  If you want to correct that, shoot me an email.

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  1. Yukon Potato Truffle Fries
  2. Kobe Beef Sliders

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  1. Chicken Fried Steak
  2. Eggs Benedict

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  1. Waddido.com Dog

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  1. French Dip
  2. Bartender: Katie

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  1. Peppercorn Ribeye
  2. Mozzarella Sticks
  3. The Rum Barrel

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  1. Seared Ahi Appetizer
  2. Chicken Wings
  3. Ribeye Steak

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  1. Beef Pho

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  1. The Works Burger

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  1. The Meat Eater

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