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Lazy Dog Restaurant & Bar

First time visiting a Lazy Dog restaurant and I was really impressed. Inside, the atmosphere is absolutely stunning with great service to match. The menu is quite expansive, satisfying most any taste. I ordered the “Thai Noodles”. Kind of like a Pad Thai. Made with shrimp, ground chicken, tofu (omitted), peanuts, stir-fried egg, bean sprouts and a peanut sauce. Although not spicy enough it was still a solid dish for a chain restaurant. Looking forward to returning and trying something else.

HoBo’s BBQ

We drove all the way from San Diego to check out HoBo’s BBQ and absolutely fell in love with the place! Wish we lived closer.  Super clean and comfortable dining area with an outstanding draft beer selection. Staff was on point and really friendly.  Loved the music playing, the art on the walls, as well as my favorite TV show featured on the big screen!

On to the food…  Lady FoodObs and I shared a 2-Meat Combo and an order of their legendary BBQ Lasagna.  Burnt Ends were tasty and the pulled pork, tender, moist and succulent.  I particularly appreciated that it did not come out sauced!  There’s two choices of excellent house-made BBQ sauce that you can add as you see fit.  Tater salad was really delicious and flavorful.  Clearly an original recipe and not all institutional tasting.

We were really looking forward to trying that BBQ Lasagna. Turned out better than I was expecting!  The perfect fusion between smoked BBQ meats and a traditional lasagna. This portion is huge, roughly a whole pound.  Perfect for sharing.

The Broken Yolk Cafe

Outstanding Western Benedict at The Broken Yolk Cafe in Temecula! Although somewhat haphazardly constructed, it was still super delicious.

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