I have driven by Chocolate Dude I don’t know how many times and each time I say, “I need to stop there and see what they are all about!” Tonight I did. The inside of the place is really neat as you will see in the coming days. I tried an Americano and was not all that all that impressed. It was a weak cup of coffee. I didn’t try the chocolate but it looks amazing and the people who worked there are quite welcoming. Maybe next time I will try some chocolate.
We shared an appetizer order of Sweet Potato Fries at O’Niell’s in Nob Hill on New Years Eve. The light colored dipping sauce is a cajun remoulade, which is deliciously spicy, and the dark sauce is an apple-cranberry, which is sweet and tart all at the same time. And the fries are so delicious you don’t really need either.
I didn’t see it advertised anywhere. You would think that advertising this far and wide within the city would be beneficial and result in a larger donation load.
I read that Cecilia’s had the best breakfast burrito in Albuquerque. I ordered a breakfast burrito to go and while it was good and I did enjoy it, I would not have rated it the best. Next time I have to go enjoy a meal at Cecilia’s and see if the eat-in meal lives up to being rated The Best.
I was pleasantly surprised to actually find a place here in Albuquerque, Nosh Jewish Delicatessen & Bakery, selling a Delish Knish – A house made potato knish. I have to say they were amazing. A little different than the knishes that I am used to from NY. in that the covering was a flakey pastry.
I will definitely be going back to Nosh’s to try some of their other menu items like the Potato Latkes or maybe the Noodle Kugel. I have not had Noodle Kugel in 30 years.
According to Nosh’s website: If you can’t say something nice, say it in Yiddish!! So, Hot a gutn tog! (Have a Nice Day!)
Bentley is selling his Dingle Berries! They sound delicious …. Berries covered in chocolate. Next time I am in Old Town I am definitely going to buy a few and try them.