May 19: Popeyes Fried Chicken; Editor’s Lounge Meetup

Lunch

An unplanned trip to Burbank to pick up a package had us coming back quite close to a Popeyes, so fried chicken for lunch it is. I’m constantly surprised how much more expensive Popeye’s in the San Fernando Valley is over Popeye’s in Burbank, which is usually about $2.00 cheaper.

  • 10 pieces of dark and spicy chicken is $16.99 or $3.54 a serve with tax
  • Half the Large Red Beans and Rice is $2.15 with tax, per serve.

Lunch today cost $5.69 per serve.

Dinner

Foodie Philip attended the monthly Editor’s Lounge at Alpha Dogs in Burbank, where food is hosted by Alpha Dogs (and tonight came from Portos nearby).

Foodie Greg had a vegetable Biruani with Dumplings from Trader Joes, that cost $2.49.

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