|So long, California mountains. Until next time.|
|What a great rig!|
|So many great barns out here|
|But first...for my brother|
|His shirt is from The Burnt Pig, their local pub|
|It's behind the Ferry Terminal|
|The only disappointment for me was that there was no slanted door|
|An oyster selection from Canada, California and Maine|
Oops, forgot the photo until too late.
|A spring roll of shrimp and pork|
(I call these summer rolls but out here, summer rolls are the fried ones)
|Tongue. Yeah, I know, but this was like the most tender beef and|
I could have eaten a lot more of these bits of goodness
|The open kitchen was a good show|
|Terrible photo but it was from a table across the way.|
Yes, that's cotton candy. No, we didn't order any.
|Duck, beautiful duck|
|Duck, cauliflower with bacon, ahi tuna|
|The view of the Bay Bridge from outside the restaurant.|
|It would be fun to take a ferry here sometime. To anywhere.|
At first we thought it was two separate buildings but they are connected by a small foyer sort of thing, wider than a hallway, smaller than a room. This is looking into the restaurant from the bar area.
|Milo, one of the twin bartenders who is full of all things gin information|
and willing to share
|This is the gin it was made with|
|Miguel mixing Sarah's gin drink, also delicious|
|Elijah's bourbon. With egg white. Sounds yuck to me and it wasn't at all.|
|My beautiful drink - with added flowers|
"Barca Gintonic features Bloom London Dry gin and Fever Tree Mediterranan tonic, garnished with fresh grapefruit, a sprig of fresh pine, and juniper berries."
|Nice bar set up (no bees or mosquitos in this weather!)|
|More kinds of gin than I've ever seen.|
|I now know a lot more about gin. And the word terroir.|
Have a wending Wednesday. Do something watchfully.