Our day begin at a local café:
Another Broken Egg Café
979 Hwy 98
There was a wait outside the café for 20-40 minutes. Not bad. But it was a Wednesday. But then again it was summer in a touristy area. Wait was worth it.
The Farm Fresh [our garden fresh selection of broccoli, mushrooms, onions, tomatoes, & melted combo cheese; served with a side of country potatoes and English muffin] | $9.99
If you love potatoes … go here and try it! The outside is crispy but the inside is soft and mushy. Just how a country potato should be. Other places seem to dry it out or it becomes hard. Here, it’s perfect. Give me your secret!
The omelet was plain. Seems like a normal omelet. I could do without all the cheese though. And I definitely did not eat the English muffin.
Sausage (2 patties) | $3.49
I ordered a side of sausage because I wanted some meat. It was very normal like the omelet and super oily. It was costly but hey, I guess they changed their menu, 3 patties for $3.49. Still expensive but can’t complain.
Monster Cinnamon Roll [warm & gooey with a cream cheese icing] | $3.89
Jenny ordered this, took a few bites. It was soooooo gooooood. A to order again if I’m ever at a Broken Egg Café. It was just like they said, warm and gooey. It was so moist. So dang good. I’m drooling as I’m typing this.
Banana’s Foster [waffle, french toast, or jumbo pancake; covered with our very own warm banana’s foster sauce, whipped cream, pecans & fresh banana slices] | $10.99
Another one of Jenny’s order. She really loves sweets. I took a bite and geebus. Too sweet! I think this is a sharing type of deal. She was eating it all by herself and I’m sure she overloaded on all the sugar. Bleugh!
After brunch, we went on to New Orleans, Louisiana. And checked into the hotel and got ready.
See my darkness. Yuck!
Dinner was at:
800 Tchoupitoulas Street
New Orleans, Louisiana 70130
I’m not sure of the real names of the bread but I know one is like a croissant (brown), one like cornbread (yellow), and one like a focaccia bread (square). The best one? The croissant one. Yum. So delicious.
Grilled Niman Ranch Double Cut Pork Chop [with caramelized sweet potatoes, tamarind glaze and green Chile mole sauce] | $32
The pork chop was very juicy … but very salty. Not a fan. The sweet potatoes were delicious though. Loved the texture but like the pork, a little salty.
Andouille Crusted Drum [with grilled vegetables, shoestring potatoes, glazed pecans and creole meliniere sauce] | $29
Yum. The fish was very flaky and juicy but the outside was crunchy. Reason I picked this was the vegetables. Because I haven’t eaten enough. The shoestring potatoes were a little on the salty side but it was crunchy and so yummy.
I would get this again.
Sweet Barbecue Glazed Salmon [with Andouille-potato hash, crispy onions, and house made Worcestershire] | $27
I was going to pick this but I’m not a big fan of crispy onions and I really wanted those vegetables. Loved the salmon. Very flaky. The onions were meh. Glad I didn’t order this and suck with my drum though.
I would order this if the onions weren’t with it. I love onions, but these didn’t cut it.
After dinner, we went back to the hotel and got ready. The other girls pre-drank. Then we went to Bourbon Street.
721 Bourbon Street
New Orleans, Louisiana
I’m not quite sure if this is the right location. There were three on that street.
They are well known for their Hand Grenades | $8. I’m not sure what’s in it. But yum!
Heard this stuff makes you drunk fast so we bought two and shared it between all of us. One on ice and one as a slush. Get it on ice. Ice melts and makes the alcohol not as strong and it tastes better at the end. (Maybe we got use to the alcohol though …)
I don’t know where this place is. I looked it up online but I cannot find it. I’ll just call it:
Big Easy Pizza By the Slice
New Orleans, Louisiana
Meat Lover’s | $4.50
So cheesy. So greasy. So yummy. Get it. It tastes good from walking around everywhere.
Crossed another thing off my bucket list.
Going to a Gentlemen’s Club. Seriously. Nothing special. I’m sorry if this offends anyone but I just wanted to see why some guys like to go. It was actually funny being there. I really liked one of them. She’s from California and only come and do this for a few months for fun.
I also crossed off another thing from my bucket list.
Go to a Casino and gamble.
I played the machine Blackjack at Hurrah’s and won $10. Win. I cashed out before I lost anything. Smart cookie right here.
We went home and showered and went to bed.
Day 4. Final day. Coming up soon.