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Serious Biscuit – Seattle, WA

Tom Douglas’ Serious Biscuit is just as divine as the name:)  Seriously…how can you really go wrong when everything on the menu revolves around a buttery and flaky biscuit?!  My first time there I ordered the Fried Green Tomato Biscuit which included a fried egg, bacon and remoulade.  Absolutely delicious in every way!  The fried tomato gave it a nice crunch all the while being nice and juicy inside, the bacon…well…the bacon was just awesome, the fried egg is what should be on top of everything in my opinion and last but not least the remoulade added a great kick of flavor to the whole thing.  Awesome!  I would get this again.

My husband went for exactly what I thought he would…”The Zach” – fried chicken, gravy, an egg and bacon all on a biscuit.  I think that’s everyone’s hangover dream:)  And in this case my husband wasn’t hungover so it was just pure bliss on a normal midday afternoon.

My second time there I decided to go for a “healthier” option and ordered the Fried Chicken Chop Salad. Perfect!  There was just the right amount of fried chicken on top of the freshest salad.  There were radishes, carrots and tasty feta cheese in there too.  And don’t forget about the biscuit that came on the side.  Of course I nibbled on it:)

There’s nothing too “light” about this place but you won’t regret going there and guaranteed you’ll be back soon after.

Dot’s Delicatessen – Seattle, WA

My husband has been raving about this place for a while now so I finally joined him for lunch the other afternoon.  What a great spot!  Not only can you count on getting one of the best sandwiches in town here but you can buy their homemade sausages, patés, locals meats and condiments here.  It’s a one stop shop for lunch and dinner:)

My husband’s go to is the Reuben (which is pretty fabulous I have to say) but I decided to venture out and get one of their specials that day – the Grass Fed Patty Melt with melted gruyére, sautéed onions and mushrooms, and dijon on sourdough bread.  Wow…was that good or what!  Rich, yes but definitely not something I eat on a regular basis so the splurge didn’t feel that crazy.  The poutine on the other hand…:)  The gravy was some of the best…perfectly smooth, the flavors were spot on and it coated the fries just right.  And what’s poutine without Beecher’s cheese curds?

I plan on visiting this place many more times in the future and I look forward to taking home some of their sausages for summer BBQ’s.  I’d also like to try Dot’s for dinner one of these nights.  Stay tuned!

The Grass Fed Patty Melt…it was everything you would hope it to be:)  I especially loved the dijon on it.

Poutine with Beecher’s cheese curds.  How can you go wrong with that?!

I had to get a little green in my lunch seeing that the rest of it consisted of meat, bread, cheese and potatoes:)

The Reuben!

Katz’s Delicatessen – New York, NY

Another spot on Anthony Bourdain’s 13 Places to Eat Before You Die and deserving of the spot it is!  A New York legend, the deli sits in the same spot it was founded in in 1888.  Known for their pastrami my husband and I decided to split two ruebens, one made with corned beef and the other pastrami.  Pastrami was the winner but both were excellent!

If you haven’t been I think this should be on your list for sure.  To make yourself feel better try and walk there from wherever you’re staying.  You’ll need it to digest once you’re done:)

Once you order your sandwich, the kind people behind the counter will give you a slice of whatever meat it is your ordered.  Ours was hot and damn good…definitely makes you anticipate the sandwich even more:)You also get these two kinds of pickles with your order.  My favorite were the dills.The pastrami rueben…and the corned beef…yes please!

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