in Port Townsend, WA.
David selected the South of the Border Scramble with eggs (naturally), onions, beans, salsa, sour cream, and sliced avocados. This came with a side of home fries and an English muffin.
He added a toasted bagel with cream cheese and described it as “good to someone who hasn’t had a bagel in a long time.”
So here we are at the end of our meal when David looks down at his plate and with great pride exclaims: “Look at this. I have exactly one bite of everything left.” OMGoodness! It’s in the Dannenberg gene pool. Chuck’s meals always had to “come out even.” Has this obsession affected the next generation?
“It's a dive and it’s delish!” wrote FoodieKarla at tripadvisor.com. "When we pulled in my husband said, ‘We're not eating here.’ Trusting my Trip Advisor reviewers, I dragged him in and SO glad I did! What it lacks in ambience, it made up for in food quality!”
What does she mean by “lacks in ambience?” As I said to David as were shown to our table “This is the kind of place that we travel to find.” What more can you ask for than funky atmosphere and 4.5 Addie food?
To review the role of Adler, Kitty Humbug, and the Addie rating system, read the November 14, 2011 blog.