"Cereal Milk" and "Up All Night" (or something like that) at the brand new @nitecreamery in the equally brand new @creamerymarketplace downtown SLO. The cereal milk was an instant transport into childhood and the espresso and Oreo crumble is pretty much my adult go-to on any ice cream list when they don't have chocolate. And no, this place didn't have chocolate, which struck me as a little bit odd--I mean isn't chocolate and vanilla pretty much de rigueur at an ice cream spot? There was something with fudge brownies and then this but no straight chocolate. And the *Nite* part I believe doesn't stand for the time of day it refers to the copious amounts of nitrous they use to literally MAKE each individual cup of ice cream in a KitchenAid right in front of you. It's pretty much Instagram heaven. How did it taste? It was good. I purposely didn't pay attention to how much it cost because they are definitely selling an experience here, but it was good. I would definitely go back.
I’m itching for a weekend road trip to the Central Coast. It looks like I’ll have two days this month for sometime to explore, check out some venues and have a tiny bit of R&R. I’m hoping to explore Big Sur, I mean really explore like get some hiking in, drive up the pacific coast highway, find find some hidden gems in the area. Have any of you been up the Central Coast? if so I’d love to hear your recommendations! ⠀
Do you have any plans for a quick getaway?
We carry an assortment of accessories in our office to make your ride on the dunes even more enjoyable! More coming soon!
Cloth gloves $2
FMX gloves $20 or $13 w/ rental
Face shield $11
Half mask $11
Full mask $15
Rain poncho $5
Helmets *priced by brand
149 Albany Street, Point Frederick🔑 Luxuriously appointed throughout, this true entertainer offers water views from the top floor and a media room on the ground floor ✔️ With four double bedrooms, two large living areas, a sunny back yard ☀️ and exceptional Brisbane Water views ⛵️ this is an amazing opportunity to secure your next family home… #inspectandexplore today!
The smoked beef brisket at SLO Brew is easily the best piece of BBQ I've had in this town and I've actually been eating quite a bit of barbecue lately--uncharacteristically--because I was planning on jotting down a few notes in the blog about 5 or 6 places. I haven't written it yet because there's still a couple places I have to go to get a nice round overview. Chef Fundaro showed me his smoker from Texas and explained his whole process to me, I think he smokes it 13? hours. Can't remember and don't care as this stuff is the tenderest moistest most flavorful--not overridden with smoke at all--beef you've ever had and served under an extremely neutral sort of tomato salsa: that's not BBQ sauce or anything even approaching that flavor profile. Fresh pickles, a pile of raw onions and fat slabs of bread that just grazed the buttered griddle. I could seriously rethink my snobbishness towards BBQ with food like this.