I don’t even have the energy to write a good post about this. I reviewed a restaurant that is owned by Gary Rack called Table 42.. and I really enjoyed their unique pizza & salads. One would think that his namesake restaurant would be just as great, but I was displeased by the pizza. […]
I always like to ask people which pizzeria is their favorite, especially in cities outside of Chicago. At my client’s office in West Palm Beach, pizzerias are plentiful, but they are not always the best. One week, Tricia, one of the project managers, suggested we eat lunch at “Hot Pie.” It is located near cityplace, but away from the hustle and bustle of the downtown atmosphere.
Hot Pie on a sunny day!
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I saw these pizza-like creations in a magazine while waiting at the doctor’s office. Instantly, I knew we had cooking to do this week!
I don’t really love pasta, but the fact that the ‘lasagna’ part was wonton wrappers really sold me!
I made a trip to Publix just before my sister arrived in town from Colorado, and got started on the creation. Continue reading Mini Lasagnas
On the first day of National Pizza Month, Jon & I made plans to have a casual romantic meal at a nearby pizzeria. Pizza Rustica is located at the Sheridan Red line stop, just north of Wrigley Field. This small BYOB restaurant with the grill, pizza oven, and tables all in plain view, was packed full.
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Last week, our OIC (project lead) was in town and our team met for dinner in downtown West Palm Beach. We wanted to avoid the crazy chaos of CityPlace, so we settled for Luigi’s, an Italian restaurant at the end of Clematis Street and close to the water.
Our waiter was a friendly guy and very accommodating to our large group of eight. Then again, the restaurant was nearly empty. We were promptly served Garlic Knots and the team chowed down with much happiness.
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