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Discussion in 'Photos' started by dugmar, Aug 31, 2006.
What is it?
And where is it?
Looks like Wisconsin....
So we had a trip planned to northern Wisconsin, and my buddy just watched a show on Dinners drive ins and dives, and the Brick house cafe was feature near our route.
First off i don't eat with my pinky up, this was a order what they are famous for.
So the next thing i know I am eating
Creme Brulee French Toast
And I liked it
Brickhouse Cafe, Cable, WI
Java and a warm Cranberry-Lemon Curd muffin at Paradise Bistro and Coffee in Granbury, Texas.
The Bunkhouse Bar&Grill about 20 miles out of Cheyenne,Wyoming.
^^^ Training session for Santa Claus ???
That's my buddy Roger, I'll have to let him know about your reply as I'm sure he will get a kick out of it.
Cape Ann Brew Co, MA. Burnt ends pork with maple sugar, beans 'n bacon, slaw. Good thing I moved a lot of firewood today.
Gotta have a good breakfast before starting out on an Adventure.
Az Mt. Thumper having his before our September Utah ride
Mary’s cafe in Flagstaff AZ
And my Country Fried Elk at the Shilo Steak House in Cortez, CO
Everything is better with country gravy on it!
Oscar's Classic Diner in Jefferson City,MO. There specialty is Barbecue!
What was wrong with the fish? Love their fish & chips!
Jenny's Giant Burger, Fort Bragg California.
Not the most photogenic burger.....but trust me it is really good.
Eggs Benny Sweet Caramel cafe Bathurst NSW Australia, in my top 3 ever,outstanding!
Wenzel Lone Star Meat Co. in Hamilton, Texas. The Rueben sandwich was warm and gooey and the deviled eggs were packed with bacon.
Life is GOOD!
Sol Asteca in Marquette Mich.
Gold Star in Lexington, KY (because they don't have a Skyline there).....
Muskox burger and Muktuk Bites