Saturday, April 6, 2013

Saturday, April 6th

The Spinach & Artichoke Dip $10 at Great Sage for breakfast...
and the Grilled Reuben $11 for lunch...
washed down with a cold Organic Draft IPA $6. All awesome.
Because it is such a great restaurant and we only get to go once or twice a year, I'll show Mr SVegetarian's choices as well. Samosas in Filo for his appetizer..
and the Winter Chili with Quinoa and Cornbread for his entree. Very pretty.
More than stuffed, I still ate dinner, but just some Field Roast Franks and TJ's Tater Tots. 
No dessert. Will I digest it all to start anew tomorrow?

6 comments:

xvavaveganx said...

What a great looking meal! The dip looks really delicious, as does your sandwich. I bet the icy pint was a great way to wash it down :) I still giggle whenever I see Mr. SVegetarian :) Thanks for showing his choices too!

Way to power through those tots! I am sure that all will be digested by tomorrow and we'll be seeing a yummy Sunday brunch :)

Molly said...

Your breakfast & lunch are perfect! What a great day of eating out for you & Mr. SV. I would love to get my hands on some of that dip.

Oh, and no reason to feel guilty about posting olives. I don't mind at all. After all, a lot of food is pretty to look at even if my palate doesn't like it. :)

Miss Rachel said...

Breakfast looks especially good to me since I love savory meals, although I definitely would have had more of that cake later. (I started to type "cat" instead of cake - huh?)

Ingrid said...

Lots of delicious items in this post. I trust that your reuben was top notch, and that spinach & artichoke appetizer seems really heavenly. From what I recall from last trip to Great Sage, it was fabulous all the way around.

Winter Chili? Is it still winter?

Hannah said...

That cornbread. Right there. That, please, topped with peanut butter and maple syrup. Yes.

The Shenandoah Vegan said...

Hey Now!!!!

VaVa, you were right! Can't believe I did brunch today. I never would've believed it.

Molly, thanks for understanding about the Olives.

Miss Rachel, cake & cats are both delectable.

Ingrid, methinks they offer the Winter Chili year round cuz it's so popular. Looking around the restaurant yesterday, every table had some.

Hannah, PB & Maple Syrup on Cornbread????