These sandwiches are absolutely phenomenal. When I purchased them three days ago I hoped they would taste okay. But after trying one yesterday myself at the urging of my kids who loved them, I tried one. I must admit, I was pleasantly surprised. The thickness of the meat inside and the aroma of the melted cheese pouring out of the sandwich it simply took me in. One bite and I knew I would be purchasing allot more of these sandwiches by Raybern in my future.
Idaho- This sate is known for their best topping yet, Bleu Cheese Dressing. A state known for it’s potatoes, the chefs and residents are always looking for new ideas, new dressings, and new topping for their potatoes. The Bleu Cheese Dressing seems to be the most popular. Bleu cheese and hickory bacon is all that makes up of this delicious dressing. Only two tablespoons over the dressing is over 16 grams of fat. That’s as much as a cheeseburger from Burger King!
Located in a strip mall at 1667 N Mountain Ave Ste 117 in Upland, California this quaint pub is a favorite with Upland locals. The crowd is usually a mix of blue collar, collage kids and retirees. The age range is from early twenties to sixties and over. Surprisingly this large group meshes quite well and everyone is always really friendly towards each other.
Frankie Santos, a South Philly native, retired here in Tucson and brought with him his love of the real deal Cheeses Steak. By opening Frankie’s South Philly Cheesesteaks he added cheeses steaks to the list of amazing Tucson treasures and delights. This city, composed largely of transplants, seems to have everything, right down to authentic Big Tony’s West Philly Cheeses Steak. Frankie has quickly become a local, joining Tucson’s Originals, and networking with other local chefs and restaurateurs to offer Tucson only the best. And in this case it’s a cheeses steak which is not only is the best in town but rivals many in Philly itself!
Sugar ‘n Spice serves up American cuisine as well as wonderful Greek food. The burgers and fries are great and the restaurant has many devoted long time customers. Locals also love the wonderful souvlaki at Sugar n’ Spice as well as the baklava. I love the roast beef sandwich and their cheeseburger with lettuce and mayo. Try Sugar n’ Spice and enjoy the retro feel. Although Sugar n’ Spice was once a drive-in and still looks like one on the outside, there is no curb service. So go on in, enjoy a burger and feel like you’re back in the sixties. There is no menu online, but Sugar n’ Spice serves all of the normal American fast food fare.
Virginia- Virginia is widely known for their ham products and the recipes that come with it. Ham is the fattiest meat to choose out of all meat products. Ham is generally made up of pig and is given a taste of salt and sugary glazes. One serving of ham is between 7-9 grams of fat.
Wolfgang Puck – We ate here after our failed experience at Emeril’s (see below). I liked this restaurant because I could actually understand the menu! It wasn’t too expensive but it’s not cheap either. We paid around $30 for a pizza and burger. Once again, both items were so huge that neither of us could finish. The pizza was big enough for two! I will definitely eat here again in other locations.
Another thing I admired about this couple, is not only are they purchasing seafood locally, but are buying from local growers. In the future they are looking to organic food. This is something that a lot of us will be very interested in.