I have been trying to eat an array of whole foods prepared items, but when I mistakenly ate too-spicy Thai coleslaw, I resorted to food in the hotel lobby.
The courtyard Marriott offered a tomato mozzarella flatbread and advertised it at 330 calories, so I thought id give it a try! The flatbread […]
Small Pizza : 1/2 Alsatian (sautéed onions, shallots, garlic, crème fraîche, bacon & gruyere ) 1/2 Margherita
I had the happiest solo din in Boston earlier this week! I sat at the bar of Picco, a restaurant in the theater area on Tremont Street. Continue reading Picco- Boston, MA
Bri and I stopped at this south side location on our way out of town. We shared a small pie with sausage. The Sicilian-esque slices were tasty in their rectangular shape. The sauce was a very basic sweet sauce with no chunks of tomato. We were told the sausage was homemade, but it didn’t appear to be true. We also snagged two different types of homemade bread which were satisfying as well. Both bri and I were most surprised by the price of the pizza. The “small” pie was just under $10 including the sausage topping. It was definitely larger than a personal pie… So I’d be interested to know what their margins are! Great sample of pizza in Philly but, as always, I’ll be itching to try more pies when I visit again!! Continue reading Santuccis- Philadelphia
Favorite ATM machine ever. so clever
Finally! I went on a day trip to Philly and Brianne and I had to stop at pizza brain! Duh! We got a cheese slice (Jane) and a hamburger-style (Whur Herpert) slice. Holy hamburger. That slice was a wild flavor combination mostly due to the topping of mustard/ketchup sauce. We loved checking out the museum and artwork embedded into the space. Pizza Brain was filled with tons of TLC. We also finished off our meal with an ice cream sampler from next door. Continue reading Pizza Brain- Philadelphia