Friday, July 22, 2016

Taco Rice

--Tailgatin' and how to make mofos start playa hatin' (Recipes)

I've always found myself fascinated with the extremely odd regional eats. I'm not even talking about beef bile or bull penis but rather the downright weird food concoctions that are local to regions across the globe. One of the funner ones I've come across is Okinawa style Taco Rice. It comes from Japan where they have an entire cuisine dedicated to their interpretation of Western style cuisine. It's specifically regional to Okinawa which is where the US military still holds down a fort. That's pretty much how it came to be as US soldiers missed their Taco Bell type fix and Japanese entrepreneurs took note of it. Nowadays it's a dish that's found all over the island and enjoyed by both Military personnel and native Japanese locals. There's plenty of info online about this unique Okinawan dish.

The Place in Okinawa said to have started the Taco Rice trend (Pic from theselfishyears.com)

Along with plenty of info on it's history you'll also come across lots of recipes. I guess you might need these if you've never cooked up a Taco Tuesday type gringo taco dinner but if you have you're good to go. Just substitute white rice for the hard shells and you're ready to roll. When I make gringo ground beef tacos I like to mix some onions into the meat when it browns as well as some fresh diced jalapeno if I have one. I use a taco blend mix from The Spice House here in Chicago or Central Market which I pick up when in Texas. I also like to use a little bit, maybe 1/4 cup, of taco sauce to season it up and make sure it's not too dry. Once your taco meat is ready make sure the white rice is the same and layer the beef on top of the rice and dress as you would a taco. I like to add diced pickled jalapeno as well as Cotija cheese with the standard toppings of lettuce and tomato. Serve with sour cream on the side. It's actually pretty good esp. if you already enjoy gringo tacos and or rice bowls. I dont have kids but I imagine this is something they would eat up. Yoshoku food at it's finest.

King T's Taco Rice
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See ya next time @chibbqking

Monday, July 18, 2016

The Wieners of Western Pennsylvania

Eating like a local:
Regional food specialties

- Encased Meat out East

While figuring out what was good on a trip to Pittsburgh last summer it became apparent that many old school hot dog shops were going to be within reach. It started with a google of what was good foodwise in New Castle which led me to some propaganda about the town being the "hot dog capital of the world." That's a bold claim especially to someone from Chicago. I can say for fact that it's also a laughable statement. What they do have though is their own style of chili and it's one that's as unique as any I've ever had. But it doesn't stop there pretty much every town has a longstanding hot dog shop and all of them feature a housemade chili that's a standard topping for locals and it's usually topped with mustard and onions. Away we roll.
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M&P Coney Island

New Castle, PA

This is the only spot I found in these parts that labels itself as a Coney Island style hot dog stand. It sits in a beautiful old building in a picturesque part of town as far as old school Americana goes. The sign outside reads since 1923 so this would make it one of the older Coney Island Hot Dog shops in the country though not the oldest. I didn't snap an inside pic but the cheap wieners are sitting on a flattop in the window and it's pretty bare and somewhat dungy inside, thus it had the feel of a real deal Coney joint. Where they weren't a good representation of them was in the service. The yocals working here were abysmal at their simpleton job. Stay off the meth kids. Hot dogs are like $1.09 each so you know the smaller sized tubed meat was cheap. However the sauce was indeed very interesting. It glistens. Most certainly a style all its own with a real nice spice kick to it.

Coney Dogs at MP Coney Island
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PO Lunch

New Castle, PA

There's a few spots to get these New Castle style chili dogs and PO Lunch sounded like one worth trying. It's named that because it sits in the old town Post Office or something like that. It's more of a diner than a hot dog counter but the chili dogs are the most ordered item on the menu. I thought these were better than MP because the wieners were porkier with some actual snap and it was assembled better than the first stop. The chili was damn good but I do think MP's was a bit better as they had some real spice to tingle the tongue while PO's were pretty tame in that department. There's some recipes online for this style of chili and I may have to give one a try next football season. As far as New Castle being the Hot Dog Capitol of the World? No. Capitol of Western Pennsylvania? Sure.

Chili Dogs at PO Lunch
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Shorty's Lunch

Washington, PA

About 25 miles southwest of Pittsburgh is this locally famous lunch counter with a very classic feel. It's been around since 1932 and the hot dogs are the most popular item on the menu though the burgers and roast beef are also beloved.

A peek inside

The Menu

Overall this might've been my favorite spot. It sat on an all-American type Main street and a hot dog with a side of gravy fries made for a great breakfast. Notice how chili dogs are just called hot dogs in these parts. Chili is pretty much a standard topping. Shorty's made a great blend and used those little rehydrated onions from another era. The wiener was cheap but these were like little hot dog sliders. The fries with gravy were comforting and I regret not trying a roast beef sandwich. It looked good sitting in its own juices next to the unique old school griddle the wieners were sitting on in front of the window. They don't make 'em like this anymore.

Hot Dog Everything with Gravy Fries on the side
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Bert's Hot Dog Shop

Burgettstown, PA

My guy Jim found this one. Famous for footlongs so we took a ride there after Shorty's. It's been a roadside eat for truckers, bikers, cops, and all others for over 60 years. There is no seating inside as it's a walk-up shack. The featured foot long included chili and ketchup which didn't sound too appealing to me so we just split one with chili, mustard, and onions. As would become the norm the chili was the best part. It's an all meat blend here. I can see why it's "rural famous". However important to mention again that the wieners are not top of the line.

Footlong with Chili, Onion, and Mustard
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Jim's Famous Sauce

West Mifflin, PA

Speaking of famous sauce here's a spot that has a unique a blend as any. Yet another Greek immigrant turned hot dog restaurateur is what we have here. There's a long story on the website dating back to 1927 and as it goes Jim's hot dog sauce went on to to have a cult following. There is no meat in the sauce. It's quite odd as far as looks and taste. Tomato with something, I just cant figure out what that something is. The most popular item here is a dog with chili, mustard (Stone Ground), onions and cheese. These are made by placing a slice of American cheese on top and melting it under the broiler which is attached to the grill. They have a cool old time device that does them both.

Hot Dog with Sauce, Mustard, Onion. Plus one same thing with cheese
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Brighton Hot Dog Shoppe

Beaver Falls, PA

We missed a few spots closed on Sunday's but the original Brighton Hot Dog Shoppe was open so we cruised thru this odd town for a hot dog. I think there's a coo coo house nearby. This is a mini chain going back to the mid 60's. The dogs are again, average at best, and the sauce was again good. Most of these places sell the chili dogs for no more than a dollar and change so they're a cheap fast snack that most people in town grew up on.

Chili Dog
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The Original Hot Dog Shop

Pittsburgh, PA

Pittsburgh was our homebase for the weekend and a stop at the Dirty O was a must. Actually this place has many names with Essie's being another. I heard from reputable sources that it was maybe the best hot dog in the country. Heavy praise indeed. It's a late night favorite of all Pittsburgh people especially students from University of Pittsburgh nearby.

a peek inside

The dogs here aren't cheap, and neither are the famous fresh cut fries. In fact a hot dog and fries will cost you about $10 so it's much more than Chicago folk are used to paying for a natural casing wiener and some fresh cut fries. A small fries feeds like 3-4 people and I've had plenty of good fresh cut fries which these looked to be but I passed on them opting to save some stomach space. The wiener itself was most certainly the best quality on this trip and one grilled with sauerkraut and onion was very good but I'll still take the minimalist style we got going on over here. They do offer chili here and I heard it was good but I wanted a kraut dog so I passed on trying a chili dog. There's also beer and cheesesteaks. Fun stop. That's it for this trip!

Hot Dog with Sauerkraut and Mustard
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M&P Coney Island
2712 Wilmington Rd
New Castle, PA 16105
(724) 654-4522

PO Lunch
402 Wilmington Rd
New Castle, PA 16105
(724) 657-5045

Shorty's Lunch
34 W Chestnut St
Washington, PA 15301
(724) 228-9919

Bert's Hot Dog Shop
1627 Smith Township State Rd
Burgettstown, PA 15021
(724) 947-4265

Jim's Famous Sauce
2600 Skyline Dr
West Mifflin, PA 15122
(800) 756-1070

Brighton Hot Dog Shoppe
1220 7th Ave
Beaver Falls, PA 15010
(724) 843-1573

The Original Hot Dog Shop
3901 Forbes Ave
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
(412) 621-7388

Friday, July 15, 2016

Three New York Imports

-Grubbing in Chicago  
Imported from New York

Just last weekend Chicago got yet another New York import, this one in the form of a pizza place. I have yet to get to Paulie Gee's but the early word is the pizza is pretty damn good. I have however been to the other three imports the State of New York/NYC have given us and will share my opinions on them in this post. There's nothing bad about the current trend of places opening spots in cities than their original home but I wonder who's making the decisions for Chicago. Can we get some of  NYC's dumpling shops or maybe an LA taco favorite? We dont really need your pizza and burgers.
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Shake Shack 

I dont even know how many Shake Shack's have opened up in Chicago at this point. We got a few and there's plenty more to come. Of the three spots NY has sent us I think this place is the best but here's the thing, Shake Shack was made in the mold of a classic Midwestern burger spot. Proprietor Daniel Meyer hails from St. Louis where they have a great fast food burger culture (See: Carl's Drive-In) of which he wanted to bring to New York. Well now's he's bringing it pretty much everywhere as Shake Shack has locations across the globe.

Crispy Chicken Sandwich

My opinion on Shake Shack is it's good if your stuck with the kids at Old Orchard Mall but it's not something you'd pack the kids into the car to drive to. The chicken sandwich is better than most fast food chicken sandwiches which means nothing except most fast food fried chicken sandwiches are hot garbage. At least it's tasty here. The burgers are pretty much the same way in my mind. The best thing they got going for them are the east coast cherry peppers they put on the Smoke Shack Burger.

SmokeShack Burger
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Dinosaur Bar-B-Que

Last year we got a Dino BBQ from Syracuse. This is another state of New York spot that's really started to branch out elsewhere in the other 49 states. It's located over in the Weed Street area and doubles as a bar. I hope they can make it because on my visit the place was empty but it was early on a Sunday or something like that. I'd give what I got a C if I was grading the stuff. Brisket taco was decent but not anything I want to get again. The mini pulled pork sandwich tasted like something I'd get at a baseball game while the ribs we're actually pretty good. Not the best or even top tier but well smoked with just the right amount of resistance when biting into them. Still dont need to go back.

Brisket Taco

Mini Pulled Pork Sandwich

Smoked Ribs
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Halal Guys

Last and most certainly least is NYC's favorite corner meat cart. Halal Guy's have long been a legend in the late-nite NYC dining scene. They used their popularity to branch out outside of NYC and now have spots opening up all over the place. Particularly in areas with big drinking crowds. Well let me tell y'all something, I'm not a picky eater and I enjoy many guilty pleasures but this was dog food. I dont know what the people in NYC are drinking but let me get some of that. It would take some sort of special potion to make me ever want to eat here again. Its cone meat hacked like a two year old was slicing it. On my visit the meat bits were barely browned and the special sauces were splatter.

Slop of Meats
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Shake Shack
66 E Ohio St
Chicago, IL 60611
(312) 667-1701

Dinosaur Bar-B-Que
923 W Weed St
Chicago, IL 60642
(312) 462-1053

Halal Guys
49 W Division St
Chicago, IL
(312) 877-5575

Wednesday, July 13, 2016

Quick Bite Carry Outs

-The Sammy's of Chi

Quick Bite is the type of spot I would've sought out in my early food exploration days. In fact it was a spot I decided to try out based on it's looks way back when. For whatever reason I never got around to posting about the place so today is it's turn. This is a classic Chicago style fast food stand. I say classic because they dont make places like this anymore. It sits on the corner of a mainly residential part of Western right where it meets Foster avenue. If not on the lookout you might miss it as it sits in a cute little building that will no doubt be torn down one day soon. Hopefully not soon enough.

Locals Favorite in Lincoln Square 

Like so many other Chicago style fast food joints this spot is owned by some Greek-Americans, or at least that's what I've always thought. Maybe they're from somewhere else around there but definitely that region. So as you can expect the gyros are a popular offering off the menu. There was a time when I scored gyros around town but I quickly came to realize they're all pretty much the same. The difference is in 1) Preparation 2) Tzatziki sauce and that's about it. If tomatoes are in season then those will probably be good and if they're not in-season they'll be awful. Doesn't matter which gyro stand you're at. So all I can really say about the gyros from here is they do them right by slicing thin when well crisped and provide a well made sauce to go on top. Extra points for meat piled high.

Gyro Sandwich

What stands out in my mind here is the chicken sandwich. You dont hear about Chicago style chicken sandwiches all that often even if there's nothing Chicago about them. What is a Chicago style chicken sandwich? Well it's the type of grilled chicken sandwich you can find at almost all Chicago style fast food joints especially ones run by Greek people. The basis of these is chicken breast marinated in Greek seasoning thats then grilled and stuffed between some bread or into a pita. There's lots of options for this style of chicken sandwich and I think Quick Bite's is best. They marinate the meat really well and then char it up nicely. Here they'll chop it up into chunks and give you a choice of bread. I find this to be one the more satisfying sandwiches when the taste for one comes which isn't often but for whatever reason sometimes you just feel like a boring grilled chicken sandwich.

Grilled Chicken Sandwich 

Quick Bite Carry Outs
5155 N Western Ave
Chicago, IL 60625
(773) 989-4918

Monday, July 11, 2016

Tientsin

-Grubbing in Chicago  
Chowing down on Chinatown

One of my favorite places to eat of late has without a doubt been the food court deep inside of the Richland Center Mall in Chinatown. Despite the move upstairs by Qing Xiang Yuan Dumplings the food court downstairs is still full of good cheap eats. While Tong's is my go-to spot when there it's not always open and so I have to venture elsewhere. I believe the spot formerly occupied by the dumpling people is now called Tientsin. I learned thru google that Tientsin is a different spelling of the city Tianjin in China. Other than that there's nothing else out there except inspection links.

Semi new food stall in Chinatown 

The menu here is relatively small with a few sections to it. If I remember correctly those would be something like chef specials, house specialties, dumplings, and soups. On my first visit I was all by myself so I couldn't take on too many options thus an order of three ingredient dumplings was what I ended up getting. Made with pork, shrimp, and egg these definitely hit the spot in a way a plate of homemade dumplings can and most always does. Lightly boiled with gentle flavors inside. These weren't better than the previous tenet but still good enough to get again with friends. 20 to an order.

Three Ingredient Dumplings 

Seeing as how I always start off with house specialties whenever ordering off a menu I decided to get the namesake stir fried pancake with with strips of pork. The other house specials was beef rolls which an older lady was eating and while they did look good I wanted something from the wok. The older cook went to work and dished out a fantastic plate of food that was good enough for two meals. Strips of stir fried noodles were browned up just right with plenty of wok hei to inhale. The strips of pork crisped up nicely and the sides of funky cabbage and something else which I wasn't sure of were great when mixed in. This is another thing I'd order again but would prefer to do with others so things like the soups and such can also be explored. Stay tuned. Plenty more to come from this food court.

Stir Fried Pancake at Tientsin in Chinatown

Tientsin at Richland Center
2002 S Wentworth Ave
Chicago, IL 60616

Monday, July 4, 2016

Drive-In's of Indiana

Eating like a local:
Regional food specialties

- Hoosier Drive-In's

Happy Holidays. Today's tribute to America is a look into our Drive-In culture. For whatever reason the State of Indiana still has handfuls of these old school spots where most of the town meets up. I'll admit that I'm a sucker for the old school, small town Drive-In and will most always stop for a quick bite when there's one within reach. Having grown up in the city these are something I rarely experienced in my youth. So I've made up for it when on the road. Here's five spots I pulled over for.
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The Milky Way

Frankfort, IN

This place has been around these parts since 1950. Like so many other drive-in's across the state it's a symbol of summer. Also like many of the others in that this place is popular for both savory and sweet. People come for lunch, dinner and or dessert.

Part of the Menu

I particularly love the drive-in's with signature snacks. Or at the very least things you don't see on menus everywhere. Here they have a trio of popular items that people miss when they leave these parts. I made sure to sample all three.

Meatloaf Sandwich with Coney Sauce

The Meatloaf Sandwich was damn good. It was nicely cooked topped with melted cheese and their house Coney sauce on a cheap hamburger bun. Listed under the menu as "Special" A perfect snack for a trip to the drive-in. Also extremely popular here are the Milky Way tacos. You just know I was intrigued. These are exactly what I would expect to find in the middle of small town Indiana. Doubt they've been on the menu since 1950 but guessing the late 70's maybe early 80's was when these debuted. They fill a cheap flour tortilla with their house coney sauce and top it with the common gringo toppings. Not gonna lie, I also liked these in a guilty pleasure sort of way, and ordered a second. Dessert wise they make half ice cream / half slushie drinks that are popular and I enjoyed a grape one which is said to be most ordered menu item. I'd go back if the opportunity was there.

Signature Taco
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Shopoff's Drive-In

Syracuse, IN

Last year I did a feature on a couple of odd regional Indiana eats which you can read about HERE. One of them was the Spanish Dog. This style of hot dog is found all over these parts and it's due to the fact the area use to be flooded with B&K Drive-In restaurants which featured their signature Spanish Dog which is basically a coney with a more tomato-y sauce. Eventually other places started serving them such as this old school still fully functional drive-in.

Menu (click pics to enhance)

As you can see the Spanish Dog is the second thing listed. It's probably the most popular menu item since people in these parts seem to love them. I don't care for them either way. I can take it or leave it. This one had sauce that seemed to be better with more in-depth flavor than the others but the boring skinless hot dog was over-steamed and not pleasing from a texture standpoint. 

Spanish Dog
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Jimmie's Dairy Bar

Pendleton, IN

One day last summer while cruising thru Indiana we noticed a place packed with cars. It was a Drive-In specializing in both ice cream and barbecue so I decided to stop. Jimmie's has been a favorite of people from around the Indianapolis area since the 50's. Known for two things. 1) Tangerine Ice Cream. This I can vouch for, it was excellent on a warm summer day. 2) Barbecue Sandwiches. These I can not endorse. The barbecue part comes from the fact it's baked pork meat drenched in sweet bbq sauce. This thing never saw smoke and thus it saw the garbage can before it was finished. I wasn't expecting much but this was a letdown. Stick to the ice cream.

"Barbecue Sandwich"
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Weenee World

New Castle, IN

Another spot I passed by while on the road en route elsewhere. An old gas station turned hot dog stand can always grab my attention. The name pushes hot dogs but the reviews lean heavily towards the ice cream and the fact it's a great place to stop with the kids. I don't know about great but they do have a bunch of coin operated rides and play areas for the little ones to expel some energy. Unfortunately the hot dog was also for the kids. Boring wiener and all.

Hot Dog
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The Mug

Greenfield, IN

While most of Indiana's drive-in's are old school the next stop is all about the new. Located in a pretty little town but drier than an informants dead body buried in the dessert. Nonetheless we weren't there to drink but rather indulge in one of Indiana's most beloved eats. Located about 30 minutes east of Indy, The Mug is a new-school drive-in using local ingredients, the slogan is "From Farm to Curb.

Menu (click pics to enhance)

Their Breaded Pork Tenderloin is made with locally raised Berkshire Pork obtained from their neighbors at Tyner Pond Farm. They also have hamburgers, hot dogs, and the other stuff but you gotta go BPT on the first visit in. This oversized beauty was as perfectly fried and juicy as any other I can remember. Just eating little nibbles broken off was a treat in of itself. When it comes to Indiana the only things bigger than Breaded Pork Tenderloins are 1a) The Bible and 1b) High School Basketball. This is the Jesus / Larry Bird of BPT's.One of if not the best I've ever had. That good.

Breaded Pork Tenderloin Sandwich
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Milky Way
750 Washington Ave
Frankfort, IN 46041
(765) 654-8831

Shopoff's Drive-In
417 S Huntington St
Syracuse, IN 46567
(574) 457-3012

Jimmie's Dairy Bar
7065 S State Rd 67
Pendleton, IN 46064
(765) 778-3800

Weenee World
533 N Memorial Dr
New Castle, IN 47362
(765) 529-5530

The Mug
117 Apple St
Greenfield, IN 46140
(317) 477-7550

Monday, June 27, 2016

Harbor Country Food

Eating like a local:
Regional food specialties

- Eating up SW Michigan

Summer is here! And that means lots of Midwest Living for me. I live for this shit. One of the better summertime trips from within Chicago is Michigan's Harbor Country. Hardly a secret as it's been taken over by us FIBs and FISH going on a couple decades. I always make it out this way at least once if not a few times each summer as I have peops with places in these parts. Today's five stops are spots I checked out last summer while lounging in the area. Cheers to a memorable summer.

Your trip begins at Michigan.org (Tim Allen voice)
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Whistle Stop Grocery

Union Pier, MI

Folks renting houses in these parts should take note on our first place up. It's a grocery store where local stuff can be obtained. It's also a sandwich shop and bakery. It's not all that big but the shelves are packed and the coolers are filled. It's where I go to grab a six pack of local brew to go with some baked goods for the house and anything else I might need such as marinades, wood, or juice.

Baked Treats for Sale 

Everything is good here but the best thing they got going are the sandwiches. I haven't tried but a couple though both were awesome with the BLT constantly being good. I mean this is the official sandwich of summer. Locally baked bread with locally cured bacon and some in-season tomatoes.

BLT Sandwich 
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Nani's Cafe & Beach Shop

Union Pier, MI

Nani's Cafe and Beach shop sits on the well traveled Red Arrow Highway. They advertise gourmet sausage and beach supplies. Both of which are things I need. So I stopped in and bought some suntan lotion while getting some lunch last summer. The menu is pretty standard with hot dogs playing the key role. But they also have a tasty shrimp salad sandwich. Best thing about this is the bun itself which was as close to any of the many rolls I had in Maine. I just wish they did lobster rolls here because if they did so with minimal mayo and properly cooked meat they could be outstanding.

Shrimp Roll

I don't know if I'd call Hebrew National Hot Dogs gourmet but that's what they use here for the sausage. Nani's offers a handful of different hot dogs including a Chicago style. But the one that spoke to me was something I;d never seen before. The Egg Roll Dog puts warm pork, with cabbage & ginger slaw, and sweet & sour and Chinese mustard on top of a hot dog. A combo that's surprisingly tasty and a nice snack to have as an option should you be near their spot in Union Pier. They also make sandwiches and salads. If they use the same homemade rolls on the rest of the sandwiches I can see those being delicious as well. So check them out, I think kids will like it.

Egg Roll Hot Dog
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Red Arrow Roadhouse

Union Pier, MI

Passed by this place plenty of time over the years and finally tried it with some friends last summer. I have no shame in saying I enjoy the Gringo-Mex places like this put out however I just didn't think my green chile pork burrito from here was anything special. On top of this they have tourist prices and sometimes waits but this wasn't something I'd want to stand around for. Maybe other stuff is good?

Green Chile Burrito
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bread+bar

Quick stop for a drink at this trendy spot that sits on the harbor in Benton Harbor. It's in an area that was hit hard post factory jobs but the area is taking off again. And it's doing so with the addition of bars and restaurants. We stopped into here in-between lunch and dinner but they still had a transition menu with some small bites for those also seeking booze. We got a plate of well made tartines including a smoked whitefish that was fantastic. We agreed we'd be back when opportunity allowed.

Tartine's in Benton Harbor, MI
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Staymaker

Three Oaks, MI

Regular readers might remember a post from a couple years ago titled 'Eating Up Lake Michigan' in which Journeyman Distillery was featured. Near the end of last summer they opened up a restaurant next door and we stopped in not too long after opening. Beautiful space.

a peek inside 

The menu features shared plates, soups and salad, entrees and Detroit style Pizza. The latter of which is starting to have it's moment as it's been seen around NYC lately. That said it was a trend before NYC picked up on it. People are just reporting on it now. Staymaker makes a B-grade style in my book. It had potential for sure but the middle part in a couple pieces weren't as cooked as they should've been. Detroit style pizza is pan and comes in squares and should be very sturdy when picked up and not flop at all. So that was really my only complaint about this but considering we were there in the beginning I wouldn't be surprised if they fixed this. I'll be back as it's a great place to drink in the back on a nice summer day as the cocktails are pretty good too. See ya next time.

Detroit Style Pizza
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The Whistle Stop Grocery
15700 Red Arrow Hwy
Union Pier, MI 49129
(269) 405-9920

Nani's Cafe & Beach Shop
16117 Red Arrow Hwy
Union Pier, MI 49129
(269) 469-7000

Red Arrow Roadhouse
15710 Red Arrow Hwy
Union Pier, MI 49129
(269) 469-3939

bread+bar
645 Riverview Dr
Benton Harbor, MI 49022
(269) 757-7219

Staymaker
109 Generations Dr
Three Oaks, MI 49128
(269) 820-2076

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