Wednesday, December 11, 2013

Tug's on Mud Island




I got to go downtown to Mud Island and try Tug's. It has a Coast Guard, tug boat kind of theme with some really tasty food. It is on the river so it fits.

 I tried a BBQ burger on a brioche bun and was surprised at how tasty it was. The sweet bread would normally not appeal to me but with the BBQ sauce and the bacon it was really good. 

My Dad has a roast beef/prime rib type sandwich, which he liked, however he had burger envy!


There were lots of people enjoying Lobster Mac and Cheese and a Rib Eye special but that was not what I wanted. It did look really good. 

The restaurant was very busy but we did not have to wait long. The food was fresh and tasty. It seemed like a good date place- but what do I know I am only 11.






Love the Cabbage Leaf,
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