Fidalgo Drive-In in Anacortes has been determined by the voting local population to have the BEST HAMBURGER in town.
I do not remember the last time one of my relatives made any town's BEST BURGER.
I feel like I should drop in on the Fidalgo Drive-In for lunch today and have myself a burger.
Looking at the Burger Menu I think I will opt for the Tillamook Bacon Cheddar Burger, with two all-beef patties, mayo, lettuce, tomato, pickle, melted Tillamook Cheddar Cheese and bacon.
But, I am also a great fan of Bleu Cheese, with makes the Bleu Cheese Red Onion Deluxe, with two all beef patties, blue cheese dressing, lettuce, tomato, red onion and melted blue cheese crumbles, very tempting.
In my current residential location, deep in the heart of Texas, in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex, I have not found any restaurant of the Fidalgo Drive-In sort, with Pacific Northwest type seafood on the menu.
I'm thinking, in addition to having the BEST BURGER in Anacortes, I should also have something from the Seafood part of the Fidalgo Drive-In menu.
SEAFOOD BASKETS come with Steak Fries, Garlic Bread, Fresh Coleslaw and a choice of Dungeness Crab Bisque or Clam Chowder.
I think I will try and convince Spencer Jack's dad to let me have both the Dungeness Crab Bisque and Clam Chowder, along with the Seafood Combo of Cod, Prawns, Oysters & Clam Strips. I can not remember the last time I've had Cod, Prawns, Oysters or Clam Strips.
I also don't remember the last time I had a Root Beer Float.
Or a Blackberry Milkshake.
Blackberry is my favorite milkshake flavor.
I wonder if Spencer Jack will be at the Fidalgo Drive-In today, helping make the Root Beer Floats?
I've not seen Spencer Jack since last March.
It'd be a really fine thing to have lunch today in Anacortes, with Spencer Jack and his dad at the Fidalgo Drive-In....
Friday, February 8, 2013
Friday, February 1, 2013
This 1st day of February of 2013 is the day Tacoma's newest store is having its Grand Opening. That being the Lost & Found Thriftique, located in Tacoma's Stadium District at 118 Tacoma Avenue North.
Open from 10 am til 6 pm.
You can call 253.590.8384 or go to Facebook for more details.
Two of my favorite Tacowomans, Connie DB, aka the Original Tacoma Lulu, and Andrea Haug are the proprietresses of this latest store to join downtown Tacoma's growing number of Vintage Thrift Flea Market type stores, which are starting to give Tacoma a bit of a reputation as a destination for this type of shopping.
I was scheduled to be in Tacoma today for the Grand Opening of Lost & Found Thriftique, but last minute complications thwarted my plans.
However, I suspect I will be making a visit, sooner, rather than later.