On our last night in Utah a few weeks ago we went to eat at the Anasazi Steakhouse in St. George. It was one of the neatest dining experiences I’ve had. When you order a steak, the chef sears it and then they bring it to you on a 600° volcanic rock that was heated for 6-8 hours. You cut it your steak and cook it the rest of the way however you want. I had the 10 oz. filet, which was awesome.
I’m loving this sandwich for a snack on the course.
I loved sloppy joes as a kid, but I seem to forget about them as a meal option as an adult. Usually I go with slices of cheddar and I will definitely be going back next time.
All for less than $10… in California! I definitely won’t need to eat at the airport.
I’m going to miss your food San Diego! These shrimp tacos in the front were incredible.
First time for me. Will get again.
I took a twenty minute walk to this waffle joint and I nearly walked right by because it’s set back between two buildings. Nothing about the place was typical and I loved it.
There was also a coffee station and more seating around back.
The Number Seven: Smoked brown sugar’d bacon, smashed avo, & goat cheese
I wouldn’t have selected this on my own but the reviews raved about it. I am so glad I went for it. Each bite was an explosion of flavors. Easily the best waffle I’ve ever had.
Nutella Chocolate Lovers: Nutella, strawberries, whip, & chocolate drizzle
I contemplated ordering both of these waffles right away but held off. After one bite of the number seven I knew I’d be making a second order. Dessert for breakfast is always a good decision.
Yesterday was Taco Tuesday and I was starving after the flight, so we went straight to this little taco joint, called City Tacos. There was a line the entire time we were there, which was after 9pm.
I had fish, steak, pork, chorizo, and shrimp. I couldn’t even pick a favorite because they were all amazing and unique.