Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Superior Grill

Tonight was bitter-sweet. The team went to Superior Grill for some "Fabulous Mexican Dining" which was sweet, but it was our LAST time together which makes for the bitterness.
In three weeks I will be leaving on a jet, and I don't know when I'll be back again. This means the next couple weeks will be full of bitter-sweet memories. *le sigh*
Well Superior Grill was great, per uzh. We went last semester as a team for Happy Hour (4:30-6:30pm) for some frozen drinks, but this time we had dinner to go with our drinks and it was delightful. The drinks are quite strong, I'd like to challenge someone to finish more than one and proceed to walk a straight line. Actually, I'd prefer not to be a part of that nonsense.
I finished my drink but not without feeling some light-headedness and having some serious reservations about standing up afterwards.
The food was delicious. Or maybe the drink is just telling me to say that?

Just kidding, I think the food would have tasted great even without the drink.
Look at that goodness, that picture does not lie. I ordered the ground beef tacos and I was so full after 1 and a half taco, but I trekked through number two and came out a victor. I guess perhaps I came out a loser, depending on your perspective. If you see gluttony as a sin, than I was a loser. If you deny the existence of gluttony than I am a gold star winner!!!!!!!!!! On second thought, I am a loser in that I wore a tight fitting shirt so after the meal I had to uncomfortably suck in my food baby so as not to have a bulging belly. Ok, I guess I'm a loser no matter how you look at it.
Now I must sleep away the full stomach. I'm so lethargic from the meal that I can't do anything productive.
Price: $10-15 for a plate of food, drink is extra.
Additional info: We went at around 6pm and sat at a table inside to escape the humidity and heat (it seems every place in New Orleans invests in air conditioning so you are always deceptively cold when you are inside a building); however the table was facing west on Antonine Street, so a couple people at are table had some serious sun glaring into their faces as they ate.

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