Blue Bayou Edition
Hanabi decided to take the show on the road to a popular destination. Los Angeles. More specifically, Disneyland and the famed Blue Bayou restaurant located inside the Pirates of the Caribbean ride. If you like your jambalaya without beer or wine, or even a proper mint julep served inside a theme park ride then Blue Bayou is for you! Seriously though, it’s tough to get a reservation there, and the food is actually good. Hanabi also visited Cole’s in downtown L.A. for a classic French Dip and a trip to Santee Alley, also in downtown L.A. for some delicious fresh fruit with chili and lime.
As much as you love hearing about all the fancy food that Hanabi eats, you know you love Hanabi for making sure that the every-man’s appetite for all kinds of out of the way eateries in Seattle is well covered. This week he drops by the Artisan Cafe for a Banh Mi. He also hit up the Alibi Room. Ironically, because he publicly stated he went there, he no longer has an Alibi if anything went down at the time of his visit.
Insane Dane went for drinks at the Tippler, which sounds so completely Dane. Check out all the latest from Dish + Drink. He covers insane things like baking, and quinoa.
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