Friday Foodie Fair

I had to share my Friday Foodie Fair…every week I try different Foodie place and I share with all of you on my blog…Hope you like it and hope it helps you plan what to eat on weekends!!!!

Rockin Baja Lobster Newport….rockin baja lobster

Rockin’ Baja is a full service and fun Mexican-Seafood restaurant that offers uniquely prepared Baja style seafood presented in rustic steel buckets. We created a diverse menu filled with exceptionally great, finger lickin’ good fun food delivered fresh to your table daily. Kick back, drink an ice cold beer or margarita, enjoy a shot of tequila and experience all the good times that are Rockin’ Baja.
As my date and I pulled up to  the restaurant we noticed that there was a crowd of people waiting so we decided to place our names on the wait list and grab a seat at the bar. Now the bar is real small and it was crowded as well I got a seat but my date stood until another couple was taken to their table. As we waited for our table we order drinks and an appetizer, which were the steam mussels, which were the best ever along with my do delicious margarita.  While we waited for our mussels to come out we had chips and salsa, that were given to us for free, they brought three types of salsa to the table red, green and mango. I preferred the red and green, I could not stop eating the chips and salsa, and my date preferred the mango. As we finished our appetizer our waitress came and took us to our table and then we order our entree, the Big Baja Bucket for two it had lobster, steak and chicken and shrimp enough for two with rice and beans. For two people at a seafood restaurant our bill was $80.00. What a great price for all that we ate and my date dranked, considering I only had one margarita…LOL!!!!
Rocking Baja Lobster….2104 W Oceanfront Newport Beach, CA92663



Friday Must Trys’

the attic

3441 E Broadway  Long Beach, CA 90803


The Attic is my FRIDAY MUST TRYS… This restaurant that looks like a country house sitting somewhere in Savannah, Georgia is right here in Long Beach on Broadway. With their divine service and meal selections…This place is definitely the place to eat at. I had the homemade biscuits that will have you coming back for more really set the tone for my southern cuisine with the homemade honey butter and the jalapeno raspberry jam just made those biscuits melt in your mouth. For my appetizer I had crab cakes with a spicy vinegar relish which was ok but my dinner selection just topped everything. I had the chicken okra gumbo with alligator sausage…yes, I said it alligator sausage. It was so good and because the rice wasn’t sticky rice it made the meal feel so much lighter as I licked the bowl clean. If you live in the Los Angeles area and you want to go out to eat…You have to try the ATTIC and bring your friends and family it accommodates big parties and smalls ones too.