Light lunch on a cool day.
Have one lime margarita and a side of blackened chicken. Perfect combo on a nice day with no humidity.
Consider this for a real “Jersey Shore” experience, which does not involve, a cast of young Italians from Staten Island whose vocabluary consists of only the following words: fist pump, gym, tan, laundry, Miami, poof, situation, or juice. (While watching the Jersey Shore, drink every time you hear those words and you will have a buzz before the first commercial break.)
Martel’s Tiki Hut is a popular spot on the Point Pleasant Board Walk. If you are looking to grab a quick bite to eat while you get some sun, check out the raw bar, and order a dozen calms on the half shell. Click photo for Martel’s website. This goes well with a bloody mary with Kettle One or a screw driver with Blueberry Kettle One. Sit under the misters, relax, and you enjoy the summer.
File this under a worthy assault to your liver.
As an addendum to my last post, I thought I would declare to the world a worthy beverage to try in the summer.
A caipirinha at Esperanto on Avenue C. and 9th St, is possibly the best thing that that you can have on a hot summer Friday night with your friends.
If you can make the trek to the city, then click on the image to get a recipe.
According to the National Hot Dog and Sausage Council of America In 2009, consumers spent more than $1.6 billion on hot dogs and sausages in U.S. supermarkets.
Now I don’t go and buy hot dogs on the regular, so I can maybe account for $5-10 dollars of my annual income towards supermarket purchases. However, it’s a little harder for me to calculate what I have spent last year on trucks, stands, and restaurants. I can say that the few dollars I did spend on a Chicago Style Hot Dog, was money well spent.
Small meal provided by Dogtown Dogs, 804 North Rush St, Chicago, IL.
Click on link to understand the subtle art of making one.
I am endorsing this because I do enjoy shopping at powerHousebooks in DUMBO and I have eaten at Wichcraft.
So if you are near the Brooklyn Bridge, take the walk over and head down to 37 Main St, Brooklyn, NY and check out this event on Wednesday, November 9th. If you want the virtual experience of dinning at Wichcraft, click through for a video.
P.S. If anyone does pass this along to Tom Colicchio, please tell him I love what he does.
It didn’t come from Philadelphia.
Open Face Steak Sandwich - Made with onions, green and red peppers, swiss cheese, thick cuts of london broil cooked medium rare. Home made ketchup was poured over the broiled sandwich.