For my walk with Jo this week, I take you to Burger Bach (website here) and then for a stroll along Old Brick Road in Short Pump, Virginia.
here is the video:
which is synced to Robert Plant’s In the Mood:
Burger Bach is nice – from the customer service to the atmosphere to the food. Two thumbs up!
All of their meat is from New Zealand and so another reason I wanted to check this place out was because one of my blogging friends, Jill, from Jillscene, is a New Zealand blogger and it made me think of her. Burger Bach’s grass-fed meat was the freshest meat at any burger place we have been to here in VA. Also, grass-fed means a lot more nutrition and no GMO! All burgers also come with a complimentary hearty green salad that was tasty and nutrient dense.
We did not order any soda, but another little thing worth noting is that they offer “real sugar” soda – and they offer the option of upgrading your house water to “glass bottled artisan water” (that is supposed to ph balanced so it is alkalizing) called Waiwera – info here.
Our waitress was Blake and here she is in action.
Then we went for our walk…
It was halloween and so folks were dressed in costume.
Earlier when we were pulling up, we noticed “Neil Armstrong” walking on moon air and we laughed pretty good, and that laugh reminded me of Kan’s “joy-is” challenge – because joy is truly laughing at the little things.
Later on during our walk, I had the chance to get some video footage of this fun moonwalking dude, and I think he added something special to the video I made and is above in this post.
The moonwalker guy was with Wonder Woman, which further confirmed that blogger Kimberley Thomas is not Wonder Woman (ha!- jk), and earlier we ran into Belle and Batman and Robin.
Lastly, while walking around Old Brick Road, I thought this lone pumpkin looked kinda cool on this table:
If you want to read more about food, check out Delancey Place’s excerpt about The Third Plate: Field Notes on the Future of Food HERE.
Have a great day!