Moved to San Diego originally from the Pittsburgh area
I loved it, one visit so far and plan to make many more.
I've only seen their fries with the mussels...but they're good.
"For those concerned about birch bark: 1. It is reusable, we use it once a night and wash with plates in machine. Dry overnight pressed..."
"2. it comes from a company out west that uses it for furniture and canoes. they also use the rest of the tree for much of their woodwork."
-Chef David Beran
Thanks for sharing. Now that you've had 3 next menus, could you pick a favorite?
@Katrina - I like to think that they're responsible enough to have done so, but you could always ask David Beran on twitter.
@ilone good thing no one is making you buy a ticket.
Michael Angelo's Lasagna with Meat Sauce worth the extra 100 or so calories
I can excuse a bit under, if anything I think it shows precaution and appreciation, whereas over is careless and neglectful.
lol @final answer. I continue to love this column.
I'm assuming you prepared the piece for the slide show yourself. Beautiful job.
its like a cafeteria?
@imwalkin, it's more innapropriate for you to try to make it out as such.
Awesome. Especially the mindfulness component.
I would definitely try these. Were you part of the Lays Cheeseburger chip tasting?
and what has burger king been doing to burgers for years? making them taste like whoppers?
@scalfin ducks and geese naturally store excess fat in their livers.
other liver pates need to have some additional fat added to them, which changes the process and flavor.
The only other liver that is used to make torchon in a similar fashion comes from monkfish - ask for ankimo next time you're at sushi bar.
are you on the chowhound forums?
Great feature, should have been here long ago.
So a burger is probably the last thing I would think to order at Nine-ten, until I saw this.
@Ewan. - La Jolla to Downtown during Comic-Con isn't exactly a quick trip. Definitely worth it, but probably after your done with the event for the day.
Liking the SD contributions must be @erinjax
Didn't want to start the tomato and potato debate, eh?
I had no idea they had 9 locations, I thought it was only 3. A buddy of mine has beaten the 12-egg omelet more times than he can count. Myself? I've never visited, and after seeing the burger I probably won't.
are the nutrition facts different? That would give us more information about what the differences in ingredients might be.
I'm suspecting more sugar and more milk.
They don't do single unit franchises, so I'm blaming corporate Panera for this bullshit. I'm not visiting until they apologize for trying to starve you.
Why no San Diego tab? There are more posts on SD than there are for a number of the other tabs you've provided. It would be way easier for me to reference.
I like the options you're giving us...Does anyone remember DQ dessert pizzas? Those were the best