Free drinks? Free appetizers? Yes please!
They have developed a restaurant, bar and bowling alley all in one. The catch: no deep fried, greasy bowling alley food is served here. Only tasty items such as calamari, blue cheese wedge salads, 6 different burgers, three cheese baked macaroni and cheese, and much much more!
We assumed this would be a fun and delicious outing but what we didn’t know was that we would get a behind the scenes look at the kitchen and the bowling alley via the executive chef, Christos. He was an awesome tour guide and I must say the highlight was seeing how a bowling alley works.
It’s your lucky day because I took a picture and now you get to check it out too!
For some reason I always pictured little bowling pin minions that took care of everything but this machine shattered those dreams…
Chrissy double fisted beers.
Kidding, we aren’t that hardcore. One for me, one for her.
We did eat some darn tasty food though!
Melted cheese over a mini Italian sub.
Grilled veggie wrap with feta cheese.
Chicken pesto crostini.
Corn flake crusted chicken with sesame dipping sauce.
Chicken and mushroom pesto pizza.
Seared ahi. This one was my favorite! It is a new addition to their menu and I think it should stick around because it was mighty tasty.
The Party Girl: white velvet cake with buttercream
Chocolate Peanut Butter Ecstasy.
Fancy Pants Red Velvet.
These were really, really ridiculously tasty cupcakes from Cupcake Love.
Looking back on this night made me realize that people were probably amazed at the amount of food we put down. We really loaded up on the goodies and definitely plan to go back!
If you live in or around San Diego, check out the new location in Escondido! It’s much bigger than the other locations and the atmosphere, food and service was great. Not to mention you can bowl, eat and drink all in one place. Awesome.
From the Little Yellow Kitchen,
*Pst, this was not a compensated post, we just had a great time at this event and wanted to share it with you!