As a diehard fan of the Green Bay Packers fan living in North Carolina, I pretty much have to go to a sports bar to catch their games so I often find myself plopped down on barstool watching a game. As we have mentioned in earlier posts, we are big fans of Manchesters on Leesville, which is our usual game watching venue. We went to Tobacco Road shortly before the actual football season after we had heard it mentioned that they served duck confit as part of their game day cuisine. We love our bar food, but to have duck confit as part of a food that normally consists of hot wings and bratwursts seemed like Tobacco Road was trying to take football eats to the next level. Continue reading
Well, we were hoping to go to the famed Roast Grill last week, but even though I watched it happening on the North Carolina Man v. Food episode, I am still not entirely convinced food is served there. I have never been by there when it is open, and when we went on Saturday, our plans were once again foiled as there was s a sign in the window stating that they were attending a private wedding. So, after grumbling about Roast Grill being involved in a government conspiracy that resembles the plot of Fringe, we decided on one of our favorites: Mo joe’s Burger Joint(620 Glenwood Ave Raleigh, NC 27603-1224).
Jack Daniel's burger
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