Louie’s Before the Dentist

We didn’t have time to go home after my Zumba class on Saturday, so we ended up hitting Louie’s (conveniently located by Wichita Family Dental) before our dental appointments on Saturday. Brian mused that it was times like these when he wishes that we still lived at the townhouse behind Cambridge Market. Then we could have gone home and fixed something to eat before going to the dentist.

Anyway, I’d already had Wasabi, Flying Stove, Abuelo’s, and Red Robin this month. What’s another restaurant? Technically, we’re supposed to eat out only once each month. As you can tell, I’m off to a terrible start. There’s more eating out to come too, with Valentines Day just around the corner.

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On the plus side, we decided to split something so it’s not like we both ate big meals. The down side is that I ate my share and some of Brian’s too. LOL.

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I wish they had bottomless fries at Louie’s because I love their fries. They’re not as good as the truffle fries at the Flying Stove or the skinny fries at Freddy’s, but they’re pretty good. Mostly I just like that they’re skinny. I prefer thinly cut fries to the fat steak fries any day.

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I also like the spicy mac & cheese at Louie’s. It’s not really spicy, though. If it were, I wouldn’t like it. It’s got just enough kick to keep things interesting.

Even though we don’t live by Louie’s any more, it’s still my favorite bar. They make great drinks and they’ve got a pretty good menu. It’s not your typical bar food. You can actually eat an enjoyable meal here. I wish that we still lived in the Northeast part of town so we can be closer to our dentist and all Louie’s and all of our favorite places. Maybe we can move back to this side of town in a few years. Until then, visits to Louie’s will have to be limited to only once every few months or whenever we’re in the area and don’t have enough time to go home for food.

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