Let’s just drink.

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One of our favorite restaurants has been letting us down lately.

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And while the cocktails and atmosphere are still wonderful ( fresh blueberry mojito, yum!) the quality of the food has been going downhill. Garlic Parmesan wings? Dry and tasteless.

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Pricey pan seared scallops on risotto? Over cooked seafood on a soggy bed of mush.

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Burgundy braised short ribs? Chewy shoe leather. It all looked good, but wasn’t. So we’ve decided one of our favorite dinner restaurants will now just be one of our favorite watering holes.

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Cucumber and elderflower cooler? Yeah, I’m not giving that up.

And the regular bar crowd is a hoot.

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Mr. I Drink My Jameson With A Cover and A Straw In Case I Spill was back, and you have to appreciate a man who knows his limitations.

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12 thoughts on “Let’s just drink.”

  1. I wonder if in this instance it might be a situation where they are getting ingredients and food from their not-usual source, or having to even scramble to keep making what is on their menu. I know our local restaurant guy – due to shortages in their supply chain – have to source around for stuff they always had in good supply aka their usual supplier.

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  2. What a bummer about the food. I hope you let someone know, just in case no one does.

    Maybe he had a lid on his drink, so you couldn’t rooffie him and take him home.

    (Ya know, to finish some of those incomplete honey-do’s. :))

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