Skip to main content

Eegee's in the mornin', Eegee's in the evenin', Eegee's ONLY in AZ :(

Eeegee's currently has 23 locations in Tucson, AZ and only one in Casa Grande, AZ.  Moving from Tucson to Los Angeles was a difficult one because of my beautiful and delicious Eegee's. The thought of dipping the delicious sandwich into their perfect ranch dressing makes me go mad. I wish they would expand. To Hollywood. Next door to my house. A girl can dream.

On the menu: Different types of sandwiches, fries, salads, cookies, pretzels, and of course their famous frozen drink- The Eegee.

The delicious Ranch Fries.  Crispy crinkle fries topped with their signature ranch and yummy bacon bits.  All of the catsup in the background were also used for these babies.  Don't be shy to use your hands.

Pizza Fries topped with marinara and mozzarella.  Bello.

12" Deluxe Grinder- ham, salami, pepperoni, provolone cheese, pickles, black olives, lettuce, tomatoes, onions, spices, pepperoncini, and Eegee's house dressing (Italian type of dressing)

Eegee- the famous frozen treat and one of the main reasons people go to Eegee's.  The flavors to choose from are Lemon, Strawberry, and Pina Colada.  They even have a skinny option called the Skinny Berry.  They always have a Flavor of the Month, December's is Holly Berry.  I want one right now so bad :(


Eegee's only offers indoor seating, but we had our doggies with us so we had to find an alternative to enjoy our delicious treats.  Shout out to Panda Express for letting us use their outside patio, napkins, and their restroom before we hit the road back to La La Land.  

Miss you already, Eegee's.


Comments

Popular posts from this blog

Kabuto

Eating at Kabuto was a wonderful dining and learning experience for my fiance and I.  If you are truly a sushi/Japanese food enthusiast and am willing to pay $$$ for what you get, you must come to Kabuto!

We each ordered some à la carte items and the Nigiri Omakase, which includes an appetizer, ten pieces of sushi nigiri, hand roll, and dessert.  Our chef was the general manager, he's such a knowledgeable man!  He told us about the distinctive features of each fish, what his job entails, and funny stories.  I'm so glad he was our chef!

Since we sat at the bar, we were up close to see how our sushi chef worked.  He wasn't in a rush and we got to see the artistic side of how sushi is made. This made me appreciate my experience at Kabuto much more:


















Last note: Finding this place was also a learning experience for us, you may get aggravated looking for it in the strip mall... Kabuto is there! AND it's important to make a reservation before coming in because Kabuto is a very …

Herbs & Rye

After driving pass by Herbs & Rye for many years I finally went in to see what all the hype was about this place.  They serve classic cocktails that were popular during the Prohibition Era and before that time like the Gothic Age (unknown-1865) and Golden Age (1865-1900):

Here's an example of of some of the drinks:

I loved all the drinks they made, wasn't disappointed with any of them:


Herbs & Rye also serves Italian food like flatbreads, pasta, and  they're known for the steaks they cook, I'll try some next time!  I only had the appetite to drink:

I really enjoyed my time here especially the atmosphere of a "speakeasy feel".  They get busy during the weekends so if you plan to dine in, make a reservation!

Dirt Dog

If you are a hot dog fiend, I highly suggest checking out Dirt Dog! They specialize in gourmet bacon-wrapped hot dogs.  They're originally from LA, recently opened shop here in Las Vegas and planning to open another location on The Strip: