Friday, February 13, 2004

Taking a Leap

Well, as my stay in San Diego is drawing to a close, I'll remember most the meals I had. Whether that makes it a good or bad trip, I'll let you decide.

Monday night we went to Sushi Ota, where I had some very enjoyable tuna. I'll have to remember that for return trips to the area.

Tuesday night, it was off to Fleming's Steakhouse, where I had what may be the most expensive meal I've ever had. Not the best -- I've had better for 1/10 the price and worse for 1/2 the price. But pretty darn good. The bill was augmented by the wine ordering. I had a 2001 Frog's Leap Merlot and a Stag's Leap Petit Syrah (I didn't catch the year).

Wednesday, after a reception related to the meeting I'm at, we played NTN at the Sports City Cafe and Brewery. It had an NTN feature I hadn't seen before -- individual TVs at each booth. I guess that's a non-NTN feature if you're not playing, but it was handy not to have to crane our necks.

Last night, I was full after a week of eating, so I just hit the concierge lounge at the Marriott. I did go to Rubio's for tacos for a couple of lunches.

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