I’ve been meaning to do a Dot Com Food review of Blue Coyote Cantina, a great Mexican place inside the Talking Stick Resort in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Here’s a bit of info from their website:
Blue Coyote Cantina™ is the ideal spot for those who seek a true Southwestern experience in Scottsdale. The southwestern inspired menu featuring tacos, burritos and much more packs a punch that pairs well with the large selection of tequilas.
Enjoy dining in an upscale atmosphere with chic modern furniture and live entertainment daily after 4pm. If you’re feeling lucky, our casino floor is just steps away with exciting slots and table games.
I’ve eaten here a couple times but I’ve had my eyes on the Braised Pork Enchiladas…Continue reading
Wishing everyone a very Happy Holidays and a Merry Christmas. 🙂
Here’s a few quiet Christmas morning scenes from Old Town Redlands…
What’s the big deal about a truck stop?
Oftentimes you come across some great history when you travel…as I did today when I stopped to make a little video on the Chiriaco Summit and the General George S. Patton Memorial Museum.Continue reading
After I moved to Scottsdale, Arizona a few months ago, I was searching for a good Mexican restaurant.
I wasn’t having any luck until I stumbled upon Ajo Als right across the street from where I live!Continue reading
I was out the other night in Scottsdale asking around about a good pizza place. I was told Jet’s Pizza Scottsdale is really good, so that was enough for me.
Jet’s Pizza in Scottsdale is actually a national chain (the 12th largest in the nation with 400 stores) but I had never heard of them. Jet’s was founded by Eugene Jetts in 1978 and his mantra is fresh, quality ingredients.
From their website:Continue reading
I always love a good happy hour, and this week’s Dot Com Food takes me to Bourbon and Bones Scottsdale for their popular Bar Burger!
6 months ago I was traveling to Scottsdale, Arizona quite a bit for consulting with some internet clients. One day I asked a client a good happy hour to recommend and he said ‘you gotta try Bourbon and Bones Scottsdale’…they have a great burger!Continue reading
I want to wish everyone a Happy Thanksgiving and hope you’re spending it with your loved ones.
Now on to my ham.
Where is it???Continue reading
If (when!) you make it to San Diego make sure to cruise on down to Ocean Beach.
There you will find a beach culture like any other. And if you’d like some gorgeous views, some yummy fish tacos and cold champagne, then you’ll love South Beach Bar & Grill…Continue reading
My all-time favorite place to eat in San Diego is The Brigantine Seafood and Oyster Bar Restaurant…more commonly known to the locals as The Brig.
The Brigantine first opened in 1969 and has several locations around SD. But the one I’ve been going to for years is in Point Loma.
In the interest of full disclosure and honesty, I have never eaten in their dining room. I have always dined in the oyster bar section where they serve a much simpler menu. Just habit I guess…
Watch the video as I showcase a quick Fish Taco (what they’re known for) and a delicious Ballast Point Sculpin:
NOTE: The Brig also has another great location in Del Mar next to the Del Mar Horse Racing Track and Fairgrounds.
In today’s video, I went to one of my favorite places to eat…Point Loma Seafoods.
Point Loma Seafoods was started by Kelly Christianson and his wife Marie in 1963 when they began selling fish out of a small store. From there it has grown to one of THE go-to places in San Diego.Continue reading