We've been there once before as a family about a year ago and Jeff was NOT IMPRESSED. He ordered a burger (grass-fed on locally made organic bread) and said it was really greasy and didn't taste very good. (Grass-fed beef does have a different taste so maybe he would have liked it better now after having grass-fed beef.) I had ordered a dijon chicken sandwich which I thought was awesome, I definitely wanted to go back. Just not too terribly often because it is kind of expensive which is directly related to the organic and local food.
So, this time around, Jeff went with the special which happened to be a chicken burrito. When the waitress described the meal, bell peppers, beans, chicken etc in a whole wheat wrap, my initial thought was that it sounded bland, but then I figured there must be some kind of sauce. I debated getting it but ended up going with the ginger stir fry.
The burrito had no sauce. I'm not even making that up. In fact, it came with a side of salsa and he only ate it after adding the whole cup. My stir-fry on the other hand, was delicious. I think I'll just go ahead and order for him if I can ever drag him in again! Actually, the creme brulee may have made up for the awful meal in the end. Yum!
Afterwards, we went to Lowe's and Adrian got burried in the cart with some shovels while I picked out paint colors.
Then we tested out some pools. For $3 more, this would have made lounging material, but alas, it would not have made it home in the 'bu.
So we settled for this little model. Easy installation, low maintenance, plenty of entertainment. We did not however, install the recommended fence or otherwise approved barrier around our new 3' round.