Category Archives: Restaurant Reviews

Our most amazing, superb, fabulous, super fun adventure on the Scavenger Hunt

May 9, 2010 | By dan sehlberg | 0 Comments

Our most amazing, superb, fabulous, super fun adventure on the Scavenger Hunt 1
A friend of mine in Seattle sent me the link saying it would be right up our alley as we love to eat and drink, are always looking for new ways to explore this city that we’ve called home for almost a year, and I never need a reason to take photos. The full story is with the photos here..
http://www.flickr.com/photos/62054365@N00/sets/72157623905313725
Total points: 377 (plus more if we have the longest palindrome and we get points for Gorilla Coffee)

Baby Cakes at the M Resort- Las Vegas

April 10, 2010 | By shoeboxcooking | 0 Comments

Baby Cakes at the M Resort- Las Vegas 1
Baby Cakes has a cookie for every palate. At $2 a piece for a large cookie, you can afford to try each kind.
The chocolate chip cookie was very cakey and buttery with a generous portion of chocolate chips.
Skip the chocolate walnut cookie. It tasted like a smashed, burnt brownie. The whole walnut halves were not appealing either.
The peanut butter cookie was phenomenal. The peanut taste was strong but not overpowering. This was the most chewy peanut butter cookie I have ever eaten and definitely one of the best. For this cookie (and their banana marshmallow tart), Baby Cakes will be a regular stop whenever I am in Las Vegas.
Visit http://www.themresort.com/dining/babycakes.html for more information.

Il Ritrovo

March 30, 2010 | By foodalogue | 0 Comments

Il Ritrovo 1
I say this with very little hesitation: this is my favorite restaurant.
This hidden gem serves true Neopolitan-style pizza. How do I know? Well, they are certified in it. Yup, you read that right. You can be certified in a certain style of pizza…well, at least this kind. Some genius Italians out there decided that the Neopolitan style of pizza was something worth preserving in its purest form. The brilliant owners of Il Ritrovo took it upon themselves to become certified by the Verace Pizza Napoletana association, along with only a handful of other establishments in the world.
So what makes this restaurant something worth reading about? Oh, you have no idea.

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