Food & Dining

Chapter One – Is it Still Good?

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Although Chapter One still seems to have it’s presence, does it really have it’s soul? Well, not sure, so let’s take a look at what we found coming here after an eight-month absence eight. We arrived at around seven and had no trouble being seated at the bar – a normally busy part of this…

Sushi Ray…A Ray of Sunshine

This little place was found in Hemet, a tiny little town no bigger than your armpit where people don’t know how to drive.  It looks like a place that would be a lot of fun to hang on out in if it was more crowded, but I showed up on a Monday at the moment…

Joe’s Sushi … for the average joe

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I arrived at Joe’s Sushi on a Tuesday by their 11:30 opening.  A few people were sitting in their cars in the parking lot, waiting, which I took as a good sign. The interior of the restaurant was clean, well-maintained,  and well-decorated.  They were playing alternative music (my favorite) at a tolerable level.  There were…

Oishii Sushi in Riverside

  The Captain and I stopped at Oishii Sushi in Riverside after filing some documents at court.  Oishii is another one of those types of sushi places that is low key.  If you want to enjoy good sushi but you don’t want to dress up, go to Oishii. The food was very good.  We both…

Sake 2 Me Sushi … Sake 2 Me Some More

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This was our favorite sushi restaurant when it was called Sushi Boy and it remained our favorite after it re-opened as Sake 2 Me Sushi.  Initially, it was quiet as not too many customers had discovered it yet but as time went by, it became more popular until one Saturday, we arrived to find that we needed…

Sake2Me Menu

Our Menu All-You-Can-Eat Sushi Many of our customers enjoy our all-you-can-eat menu because it offers the chance to sample a wide variety of sushi preparations at a fixed price. We like to think of it as “sushi school” and are happy to help you start your “education” at Sake 2 Me Sushi! All-You-Can-Eat Lunch $19.95…

VIDEO: Cocktails 101 : Breakfast Margarita

There’s nothing like a fresh and fruity start into the day, into the night or just in between. For the second episode of our HOW TO video series, Drayton’s Bar manager Kylee Lynch demonstrates how to mix a perfect Breakfast Margarita. Ingredients: 1.5 fl oz. Don Julio Tequila, 0.5 fl oz. Cointreau, 0.5 fl oz.…

VIDEO: Cocktails 101 : The Zombie

This week we go all the way and present the mother of all freak drinks: The Zombie Blood. Ingredients: 1.4 fl. oz. Bacardi, 1 fl oz. dark rum, 0.7 fl. oz. Chambord, Pineapple, Orange juice, Lime juice, Sugar syrup, Fresh berries, & Overproof rum. Look out for more videos to release soon with Complex TV.