Wednesday, April 8, 2015
Fresh City Restaurant Review - Boston, MA ~ Logan Airport
After traveling from Portland, Maine to the Logan Airport we were ready for breakfast (ok, I admit it, it may have been 2nd Breakfast for some of us). I haven't seen a Fresh City since the last road trip and I decided to give them a chance for breakfast. Who wouldn't want their breakfast goodness stuffed into a carby and tasty burrito wrap?
I love eggs, salsa, cheese, and beans (I just wanted to state a fact...this sentence isn't really going anywhere.). The South of the Border Burrito was the answer to all my dreams for a delicious breakfast served in a tortilla envelope. An added bonus was that they offer organic products (I actually don't care that much about things being organic but I feel so posh talking about it). I ordered that along with a bottle of water to have to go on the plane.
I realize I am not wowing you with my incredible photographic ability with this picture. Just know that this was delicious. I am OK with you doubting the deliciousness of this because it means more burritos for me (I realize that this is not the way the Burrito World works, I am just striking out on your judgement of my Burrito Photo). Sorry about that tangent of my bad picture. I just feel bad that I am not doing this Burrito justice.
Gabrian went rogue at Fresh City and got the Blueberry Muffin. I think he was mostly attracted to the sparkly sugar on top of the muffin (who can blame him? who wouldn't want to eat blueberries and sugar with a little cake thrown in for breakfast?). As far as I know, this muffin was a winner. I can't say for sure because I wasn't even allowed to look at the muffin in case I got any bad ideas and asked to sample said muffin. Besides the large collection of crumbs he left underneath his seat (possibly for an afternoon snack for the next person?) he scarfed that thing down.
I washed down my awesome Burrito with this very expensive Iced Caramel Macchiato from Starbucks. It was the perfect combination to get me started on my long day of travel and eating on our way to Chile.