Monday, March 26, 2012

Restaurant Hopping On A Budget

So, we've done this restaurant hopping before, with my parents and brother here. I wanted to do it again with my little family. The nice thing about it is that you can make it to fit your budget, with either adding more or less entree's or going to more expensive or cheaper restaurants. We also shared a lot, making it not as expensive.

We started off with "drinks." We shared an Orange Julius Smoothie at the mall (we were already there.)

Next, we got appetizers at Millie's.
Fried Zucchini's (one of our favorites) and french fries (not really thought of as an appetizer, but it works for Atalia).

Then we each got a slice of pizza at Pier 49 Pizza. Yum. Yum. Yum.

I got the spinach Alfredo pizza (For free! Supposedly it had been sitting out longer than the rest lol Score!). It was AMAZING! I would like to get some more of that and soon.

We finished up with dessert at TCBY.

There is something exciting about restaurant hopping (Kinda perfect with Easter coming up! You know, since bunnies 'hop' and all? Never mind).
I suggest trying it!


  1. Mmmm...Pier 49...I love that place. I worked there for a year before cosmetology school, when I'd go home on breaks and then a year after while I worked on building my clientele. Unfortunately they closed the location that I worked at and is by my house. Your post makes me want some though!!! I think I need to do this activity, I've been thinking about it for a while and just haven't yet.

  2. Yum! Sounds fun! So how much did you end up spending?

  3. This looks so fun! I think I am going to have to plan one for my little family soon! Thanks for the idea!

  4. Amberly, my post makes me some too lol!

    Abby, hmm... it was a while a go, so I'll get back to you on how much it ended up being!

    Bianca, do it!

  5. Is Atalia the little girl? :) She sure did enjoy your restaurant hopping, and she could pass as an endorser too, don’t you think? ;) And yes, you never know what you can discover during your restaurant hopping. There are cuisines that you never thought that could go well together differently to form a three-course meal. :)

    Danny Riddell