Istanbul, Little Rock & La Terezza Rum Lounge, LR

Istanbul, Little Rock, AR is one of the best med spots I’ve ever found. They are consistenly good and always provide a quality dish. They don’t look totally amazing but let me tell you, the flavors and way each piece of beef melts in your mouth is like no other. Also the rice is perfectly cooked and I’ve had hundreds of med spots and this one is easy peazy blows them out of the water.

La Terezza Rum Lounge, Little Rock, AR. One of the best Brazil/Carib vibe restaurants in town. It’s also about 80% gluten free. So if your gluten free in Little Rock this is one of the top spots. Everything is amazing and service is always on point with that down home family atmosphere vibe.

WDW Day 3: EPCOT Food and Wine Festival 2019 Gluten Free!

So this is basically the entire reason for the trip, “Hey want to go get drunk at the Food and Wine Festival in Orlando?” I mean who says no. It’s always a damnit let’s go book it kind of situation. So let’s go explore the gluten free side of the Food & Wine Festival. I didn’t document it nearly as hardcore as I usually do but I still put in some effort of photographing food for myself.

Must ride this first because there about to close it down for a full refurbishment! Getting new animatronics as well as layout I believe, must remember the original history!

Here we go! Do you change your lifes outcome every time? Lol.

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June through September Catch-up, Dallas, Las Vegas, Little Rock, Let’s go!

I haven’t had time to update weekly right now so I will be posting all the adventures I’ve had during the months of June through September. Las Vegas, Dallas, Little Rock, and some gluten free fun. So check out the photos below.

The Pantry, Little Rock, AR

Grubbing again at the German eatery called The Pantry, its located in Little Rock, AR. Its pretty decent, nothing major but still a good meal. House Made Bratwurst, Iron Skillet Potatoes, Sauerkraut 3/5.

Also the Filet dish from Oceans in LR, pretty good, but nothing like the Republic of Texas.

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The End of our Eurotrip Adventure

First trip to Europe was a success and great adventures were had. Explored a lot of things I never though I’d see in this decade and got to visit another Disneyland Park! Now I’m planning on going back already, the only thing that delayed me was the 7 or 8 hour journey! Now I know to just buy an inflatable seat cushion off Amazon next time and I’m good to go. Premium Economy is the way to go, first class for $6000 for only 7 hour flight just doesn’t make sense to me, but I understand if you got it, spend it. Let’s roll out.

Our noble steed back to London Heathrow from Paris, An Airbus A319. British Airways was legit, almost like Southwest Airlines hospitality.

The Paris airport was actually dope on the inside, this was like a kids room while waiting for the terminal. Totally rad! Rude gate agents and shitty incoming airport, but outgoing = legit.

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City Silo Table + Pantry, Memphis, TN

Eh being gluten free and wanting to try something new decided to hit up City Silo Table + Pantry. They really need to expand on their meat options and delicious options. The food was eh 2/5 and the presentation was eh.

It wasn’t like OMG we have to go back, more like eh, maybe. Also if you think your ordering something special it probably won’t be. Like a bowl of sweet potatos is just that bowl of cold sweet potatos. Nothing fancy. It’s okay, just don’t expect to be blown away unless your a 100% tree hugger where you don’t have taste buds.

Seattle Washington Adventure

Let’s go to Seattle, WA! I’ve never been there and I have always wanted to go. I guess being a computer nerd it’s always been in my mind to check it out. Also the picture of Pikes Place Market I remember from a grade school text book about rain and always thought it was cool and mysterious. I’d go back, a lot more to see and do.

united 737

Flew United’s 737-8 First Class, raw salmon was disgusting, no IFE’s and older plane. However not bad for a 4 hour flight from IAH-SEA.

Not bad views landing down in Seattle

 

I read about all the bums and homeless people downtown and what not but however my experience was a pleasant one and actually did not run into one homeless person that was “aggressive” as everywhere stated online to watch out for.

We stayed at the Stay Pineapple which was awesome, cozy, and perfect. However be warned hotels in Seattle are like NYC, even the dumps are $300/night.

 

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Gluten Free off the Chain! Olive Garden & PF Changs Review

I usually avoid chain restaurants at all costs, but living in a city with few restaurants that have a dedicated gluten free menu can be frustrating. What better way to embrace chain restaurants at this point then to go to places who do it, and do it right! We adventured to Olive Garden and P.F. Changs, PF Changs at this point we now almost get delivered weekly, they do gluten free right.

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Olive Garden for gluten free is 2/5. While accommodating, the penne is the only gluten free pasta, why not make GF breadsticks? Overall not impressed and quality is pretty bad.

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P.F. Chang’s knows how to do gluten free. From the lettuce wraps to the Mongolian beef, they maintain flavor and authenticity of a well established restaurant. This place is a must for any gluten free patron. Check them out!

Las Vegas 2018: Hell’s Kitchen, E-Sports Arena, United First Gluten Free

Heres a photo video slideshow of my latest trip to Las Vegas. Checked out the new Luxor E-Sports Arena, had a full lunch at Gordon Ramsay’s newest spot Hell’s Kitchen at Caesars Palace. Also flew United First class and experienced a gluten free dinner meal. Also tried a new spot at Paris “The Eiffel Restaurant”, was so good. Paris Casino is in fact the best gluten free casino in Las Vegas period.

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