Monday, January 11, 2010

Top 10 minus 7 DINING

Top Ten Lists. "10 is easy, how about 3?!"

10 days of Top Ten Lists minus 7!

KM's top 3 favorite Restaurants.

Cheuvront, Phoenix, AZ. Atmosphere? Candlelight and "en vogue decor". This place has the most amazing fruit and cheese plate ($20) with cheeses from around the world and the freshest fruit you've ever tasted! I'd expect to find this restaurant near Times Square in New York, but here it is across from the famous Burton Barr Library downtown Phoenix, AZ, in the heart of the sleek city lofts.

Bar D, Durango, CO. Ever heard of the Sons of the Pioneers. Best harmony in 100 years. Great traditional cowboy folk music sung around the campfire for your entertainment. And you can't beat the chuck wagon supper served from the rear of a covered wagon.

The Fort, Denver, CO. - Vegetarians beware. The Fort. Frontier ambiance in a beautiful, preserved old western fort. The prices may be sky high but they are worth paying. The Fort serves up every type of wild game you can imagine. Rattler, Pheasant, Duck, Venison, Ostrich, you name it!

KM's top three "luxury can't do withouts".
laptop, frequent flyer number, electric toothbrush

Tell me, where do you like to dine?

Do you have any luxuries you cannot do with out?


Nisa said...

I have a four year old and a two year old. I think that says it all. lol

KM Wilsher said...

Oh, yeah, Nisa - Not too many "fine dining" opportunities with a two and four year old, but these are great days! MickyD's, playgrounds, and kids meals. . .Great days indeed!

Chris said...

Hmm. I like Rocky Rococo's, which is Wisconsin's fine-dining experience. The "en vogue decor" may be a broken cheese shaker and gum stuck to the bottom of the table, but their pizza is absolutely to die for. So are their breadsticks... with cheese sauce. Mmm.

My three luxuries-I-can't-do-without would be my laptop, my Converse, and my Mp3 player (which currently holds a really awesome audio book). Electric toothbrush? lol

Brandon said...

Soup plantation! And Miguel's mexican food!

KM Wilsher said...

Soup plantation? That sounds delish!