I want to acknowledge right off the bat that this place had the most beautifully designed menu! They had recently switched things up for the spring and added seasonal items that were perfectly displayed on a super cool menu. Its not usual for us to share pictures of a menu, but here you go.
Super cool artwork right?!
Okay, anyway lets dive right into this lunch. There’s an outdoor seating area, and having “Dog” in the title it would make sense that its dog friendly. We love that. As we mention throughout most blog posts, we look to bring our son everywhere we can, because he is a spoiled brat. A devilishly handsome brat might I add..
Elliot is pretty serious when it comes to eating, just look at that face! They bring out water right away and love the puppies so good there, so we instantly loved them too. (They even have a doggy menu)
After Elliot was taken care of, we decided to just order everything off of the new spring menu, minus one or or two items that were for Brunch. Sadly, the brunch menu wasn’t available (Saturday and Sunday only) but the kitchen was kind enough to prepare me one item off of the list– just showing us again how awesome their service was. It probably had something to do with the broken hearted look in my eyes when they told me that it was indeed Tuesday, and not Sunday, and that the one tear that dropped from my eye must’ve inspired them to give me one brunch item. I was grateful to say the least, because they said that they could make the brunch mac and cheese (which I had been eyeing since opening the menu) 🙂
Can you see why I was so happy when they said I could order that? From there, like I mentioned, we ordered everything off of the seasonal menu, plus a cocktail (margarita) and their BBQ veggie burger which I believe is served year-round. But, let me tell you something, as most people who follow us on instagram know, we love burgers. We have tried more burgers than we can count, and consider ourselves to be something of burger aficionados at this point. So, when I say that I’m impressed with a burger, its not to be taken lightly–and this veggie burger was indeed impressive. The fact that a veggie burger was impressive makes the claim even more valuable. This was a great burger, and bottomline, I would order it again.
The rest of the items we ordered I will list directly from Lazy Dog’s website with their description. (Am I a Lazy Dog for the ol’ copy and paste?)
Street Corn Wheels
grilled with lime, garlic, queso blanco, tajin, cilantro
Slow-cooked Lentil Soup
lentils, onions, celery, carrots, tomatoes, garlic, bay leaves, coriander, thyme, curry crema
Burrata + Roasted Beet Salad
creamy burrata cheese, field greens, candied walnuts, heirloom tomatoes, crushed sweet peaches, sea salt
Burrata + Heirloom Tomato Crisp
pomodoro sauce, pesto, creamy burrata cheese, parmesan, romano, balsamic reduction, chili oil, fresh basil
Grilled Lemon Chicken
marinated + grilled boneless chicken breasts, cauliflower mash, sautéed green beans, heirloom tomatoes, almond-walnut crumble, tahini sauce on the side
And below is everything you just read, but now you can see how absolutely gorgeous it actually looked! The chef and creative team behind this menu really did a spectacular job with giving everything a beautiful ‘spring’ feel to it.
Everything was just as delicious as it looked. We don’t have a single complaint about this meal or our overall experience. We even finished things off with one of their 2 seasonal desserts, which was the lemon cake. This lemon cake was made with almond flour, aimed towards the gluten sensitive, but it tasted more decadent than most lemon cakes we have ever had. The frosting itself made me weak in the knees, and each bite was heavenly. Tasha and I actually fist fought for the last bite, but ultimately I let her enjoy it because I’m a gentleman. (or maybe she won the fight..)
Do yourself a favor and get to Lazy Dog quickly and dive right into their spring menu, you can thank us later.
Stay Classy, World..