Dude, that's so moist!
Who the hell doesn't like Rudy's?
That, Forrest Gump, is all I got to say about that.
Except I could also add that the sauce is peppery perfection.
And the meat is always moist and tender.
Oh, and the service is fast, almost too fast.
Okay, that is all I got to say about that.
Speaking of moist, I've heard a lot of people (more than one or two, anyway) recently admit that the word "moist" makes them cringe. Why is that? Moist, moist, moist, moist, moist, moist.
describing someone or something that looks bad a hot mess sounds bad or looks bad.
1.damn, dat bitch look real moist !
2.you sound real moist right now, stop it !
3.Man, that chick was lookin so moist last night i had to leave
Damn you, Urban Dictionary. Now you've gone and moisted up that word for me too.
Once I heard that the owner Kent Rathburn (and his brother, I think) defeated Bobby Flay on Iron Chef on the "secret ingredient ISSSS PORK!" episode, I knew which entree to go with. And boy, was I happy I did. The pork tenderloin served on creamed corn is one of the best dishes I have had in a long time. Best pork tenderloin, hoofs down. I also had a chance to try a few appetizers; my favorite was the fried green tomatoes. For dessert, I had the cherry limeade pie which was de-lish-us.
Uchi's menu is akin to soft-core porn for the foodie:
First, he invited me to eat the "crudo--sea bass, orange oil, garlic and black pepper in a citrus vinaigrette." Then, he gently placed the "uchiviche--salmon, striped bass, vine-ripened tomatoes, yellow bell peppers, garlic and cilantro" next to my "maguro sashimi and goat cheese with cracked pepper, fuji apple and pumpkin seed oil."
I thought I was almost done when suddenly, he told me to try the "shag -- tempura fried bond roll with salmon and squid ink sumiso sauce."
Alas, he had to tend to other diners so I "hot rock seared it myself --wagyu beef with ponzu sauce on a japanese river rock."
I have the same thing each time, and it never fails to satisfy.
Dear Yelp, I want to marry Paggi House and be Mrs. Paggi House. I love everything about this place. I swear the first time I walked up the stairs I thought I was in the wrong place, maybe someone's private party? It's the closest to a spa + restaurant concept I've ever experienced and I have experienced a lot of spas and restaurants. I really love the cozy outdoor patio (duh) furniture and heaters and, oh, the blood orange margarita, and well, that's all I had tonight. If you want to know more about the food at Paggi House, please refer to the dozens of other reviews here on Yelp. The End.
I love Eddie Vedder. Yes, even the newer stuff. Hell, the soundtrack from Into the Wild is one of my favorite CDs of all time, but I digress...
Long over the shock and disappointment that my future husband is not the owner, Eddie V's is my favorite happy hour because of the food (most of the appetizers are 1/2 off--some exceptions, of course) and the entertainment value.
If you like your fish raw, and a little spicy, come here for the Tartare of Pacific Ahi Seasoned Curry Oils with sliced svocado, citrus & yummy sesame crisps. OMG! I can taste it now...
I've been to this location at least a dozen times and I always prefer the bar area to the restaurant. Mainly for the aforementioned "entertainment value." Take last night (please, my head still hurts)--Jerry S. and I are sitting at the bar, enjoying impromptu wine tastings (I didn't even break out the Yelp card yet) and realizing the restaurant is about to close when a group of "more-important-that-you's" came in and wanted food 5 minutes before closing. The bartender was super nice to them and offered several choices of cold apps, but one of the MITY's didn't understand why he couldn't have a steak...eh, you had to be there. It seemed a lot funnier until I tried to explain it...