These sweet and tart raspberry lemonade bars sit on a buttery crust and are topped with a delicious crumble.
I’m in love with these raspberry lemonade pie bars. First, they are really easy to make. Easier than the description seems to suggest. Second, they are so colorful with those fresh raspberries blending into the lemonade mix. The inside is a custard, not too sweet filling of lemon and raspberry. Finally, the bars have double the yum factor with a crumble/streusel topping and a buttery pie crust.
The original location for Puesto recently got a makeover. The fast casual taco joint now serves a full bar and dinner menu, having expanded into the space next door. (During the day it’s still a fast casual taco spot, but at night both the original space and lounge next door serve a full service dinner).
Puesto at The Headquarters has been a favorite spot for me. I love the decor there and the extensive menu, so I was curious to see what they had done to the original location.
The expanded La Jolla branch now offers the full dinner menu that is offered at The Headquarters as well as an extensive bar. I also noticed that they brought over the dinnerware used at the downtown location too.
Dinner comes with complimentary chips and salsa. I really love the chips here. They are thick, wide, and perfect for dipping. I wish the salsa had a little more heat to it though. It’s a little too watery.
Ahi Tuna Tartare
Mr. K enjoyed this more than I did. I found the flavors of the tuna too muted and the chipotle aioli overwhelming.
I’ve been dreaming of this dish since we had it back in December. I really need to figure out their recipe. I’ve attempted to make it at home a few times and my version always tastes like two separate elements, but in Puesto’s version, the two are blended together harmoniously, creating a delightful combination. I would never think to pair crab with guacamole but it really works. This is my favorite version of guacamole I’ve come across.
Iced Tea meats Margaritas in this festive fusion cocktail.
Happy National Tequila Day! To celebrate, I created these Iced Tea Margaritas, or Iced Teagaritas.
I had so much fun with my Iced Tea Sangrias that I started to brainstorm what other variations I could make. I was waiting around for some repairmen in the morning and decided to test this out. Probably not the best idea to be sipping on tequila and cocktails in the morning, but it sure was delicious. This drink is a great balance of sweetened iced tea and classic margarita flavors.