Boucherie Old Fashioned
1. El Jimador Anejo
2. Old Forester Bourbon
4. Lavender & Lemon Oil
At this point, I’m feeling like I just got my first jawbreaker like Ed, Edd, and Eddy from Cartoon Network if anyone remembers that wild show. Jaime comes in through the door right on time and I head right to the bar for a nice cocktail to show off what this guy can do. To my surprise he suggested the:
1. Bastille 1789 (Hand Crafted Whisky for those who don’t know)
2. Bruto Americano
3. Find Sherry
Judging from my personal take looking at the pictures above, I love the color and the extra foam from the egg whites. I think it gives it a very interesting look and honestly, it tastes almost like an orange creamsicle. (SO BOMB).
Time for some FOOD!
The lovely waitress Danielle was taking care of us and was so cooperative in making sure we ordered some of the more popular dishes on the menu. What’ great about Boucherie for lunch is its Prix Pixe menu thats always readily available. Two courses for $32 and three for $37. Obviously, we opted for the latter. Today’s feast included,
Appetizer: Caesar Salad
1. Anchovie Vinaigrette
3. Herbed Crouton Chip
Main Dish: Steak Frites Au Poivre
1. 12oz Prime New York Strip
2. Four Peppercorn Cream Sauce
3. French Fries (No pun intended)
Dessert: Tarte Tatin
1. Apple Filled Pastry
2. Vanilla Ice Cream
To be completely honest, this was like a meal made in heaven for me! Nothing gets me more right than an awesome caesar to kick off grub time. Followed by an awesome medium rare steak with EXTRA crunchy fries, you can say I was more than pleased.
I’ve already been back to this gorgeous restaurant more than a few times since my shooting here and if these pictures aren’t enough to show you why, I don’t know what would be. It was also greatly appreciated the staff and manager were more than willing to accomodate to my photographer and I coming in. Really couldn’t have been a better day!
On that note,
“10/10 would recommend, Yancy…… OUT!”
Boucherie: 99 7th Ave South