|We can't wait to cross some of these places off our list.|
With that being said, we started to make a list of places we wanted to eat at when we returned home for the holidays. Keep in mind, we are not foodies, so our list of places is not very sophisticated. In no particular order, here is the 2013 U.S. Food Tour list.
- Chick-fil-A: Carmen is excited about chicken minis and will most likely want to eat them everyday.
- Cracker Barrel: I want to eat there for the breakfast. Breakfast is not considered a meal here. Basically a Dutch breakfast consists of bread with cheese and that is it.
- Texas Roadhouse/Outback: I am really wanting a simple steak and potatoes dinner. You can't get that here at a reasonable price.
- Mexican food: Notice I didn't specify a specific place. As long as it has free chip and salsa and queso, that is all we need. We'll be so happy with chips and salsa, we might not be able to eat our main meal.
- McDonald's: Yes we have McDonald's here, but they don't have breakfast. I want a bacon egg and cheese biscuit, an egg mcmuffin/sausage mcmuffin with egg and Carmen is really wanting their oatmeal. She swears its the best oatmeal ever.
- Mellow Mushroom: One of the best pizza places in Atlanta (we love the crust).
- The Vortex: Burgers, burgers, burgers. If you have ever eaten there, you know what I'm talking about.
- BBQ: Just like Mexican food, any kind will do.
- Waffle House: I love my hash browns scattered, smothered, covered, topped and chunked. They don't know what hash browns are here.
- Dunkin' Doughnuts/Krispy Kreme: Notice a breakfast theme here? Really, they don't have breakfast here like you're used to (bread and cheese or a croissant).
This is just a quick list. I'm sure there are several other places we want to hit while we are home. It's a good thing we ride bikes. We're going to need to do a couple of laps around Amsterdam once we get back.