Here we are at the season finale of Kitchen Nightmares which of course for me is a bummer because I love this show and EMC are huge fans of Gordon Ramsey. Luckily though we go from Kitchen Nightmares right into Master Chef. We did not get a chance to review the first season of Master Chef last year so I’m looking forward to it this year. In addition I have a few more episodes of Kitchen Nightmares to throw on here as my dvr had mono for a couple weeks and did not record some of my shows. Grab a beer and your favorite crawdad and lets head to New Orleans to Oceana.
Oceana – New Orleans
Last week was twins, this week we got just plain brothers. Don’t worry folks these brothers are not only brining back the George Michael stubble look but they are also crazier than our main man Charlie Sheen. Sorry Charlie we had to throw you in the mix at some point. We also have a red cheeked angry head chef thrown into the mix creating a wonderful red cheeked, gold chained, stubbly, greasy haired anger tornado. Good luck Gordon!
The Ocean located on Bourbon St making it prime stop for tourist and locals. Owned by brothers Moe and Rami who bought it from their father they spend wonderful New Orleans afternoons yelling at each other, the staff, the tourists, the dogs, the Levies, the street lamps, and the food. I seriously can’t understand how they have a staff. There has got to be a better job than this place. I’d rather be a Wall mart greeter. I’d rather be in a Nicolas Cage movie. Hell, I’d rather be the guy who hoses down the streets after Mardi Gras than work for these guys. What’s really great is that the only things that aren’t angry in this place are the cock roaches and the rats that are living off the fact these guys can’t clean to save there angry lives. Continue reading
Adam Richman takes on the B3 at the NASCAR Café in Las Vegas and hits some other great spots around Vegas. Only 2 people have eaten an entire B3. Would Adam be number 3?
Man Vs Food – Las Vegas
Adam starts the trip at Hash House A-Go-Go off the strip. Everything in the place is huge, from the 16 inch pancakes to the enormous fried chicken eggs benedict. No, that’s not a spelling error. They actually have a fried chicken eggs benedict. Half the things on this dish are grilled, including the mashed potatoes and the cheese. They actually grill the cheese by itself. Then it’s covered in homemade biscuits, tomatoes, bacon, sauce and eggs. If you’re trying to give your body a heart attack test this would probably be a great way. This joint even has bacon in the waffles. I’d probably have a stroke just parking my car there.
I will be very happy when Time Warner decides to give Mikey his cable and internet back. I’ve been relegated to stealing internet from neighbors just to get posts up and I must say that it sucks the big one. So anyway, I apologize for missing last night’s post and hope that this one will make it up to you.
Also, I don’t have pics of this place because I only had my cameraphone and this restaurant was darker than Wesley Snipes, so sorry.
So I went out last night to see Angels & Demons with a friend. Before we saw the film, which I was disappointed in quite frankly, we decided to stop in at Sunset Terrace to have a couple drinks and some dinner.
Sunset is a little dark even in the day. The furnishings are nice, but the lack of light makes the bar seem out of place considering it’s in a mall in Thousand Oaks. Still, they are always busy and right next to the theater so it’s a great place to get drinks before a show. I personally need at least 3 beers before seeing anything with Tom Hanks. Continue reading