Weekend fooding starts off with a so-so meal at Painters Tape. Food is more pretty than tasty, as is the decor-- they try being cute but it doesn't quite work.
Sapp Coffee Shop is always superb for Thai boat noodles. Ditto for their pork. Friggin' delicious.
Dinner the following night at Mozza2Go. The caprese was a bag of mozzarella and some partially cooked tomatoes for $16? Absolutely ridiculous, and not in a good way. The little personal pizza wasn't much better-- the crust was so hard and took up so much of the pizza, it felt like another ripoff. I know some love Mozza, but Mozza2Go was very disappointing.
Had to make it up by stopping down the street at Barbara Jean, where the entire fried chicken plate was surprisingly tasty. I wasn't in the mood but the mac n' cheese was surprisingly light, quite surprising. Collard greens had a touch of spice, yum! And the fried chicken was consistently delicious and tender, even going from the thinner leg to the much fatter breast. And the biscuit, while small, was excellent. Should've gone here to start with and skipped Mozza2Go!