Senior Eats

A rainbow of Mexican flavors

Jul 19th, 2017 | By
A rainbow of Mexican flavors

Arcoiris means “rainbow” in Spanish, and this relatively new restaurant has a rainbow of flavors in their homemade menu.  Beef and chicken, and lots of vegetarian dishes, can be ordered with or without sauces and in various combinations. This establishment, tucked away on a corner near American Lake park in Lakewood, used to be an
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All those customers coming and going were right about this place

Jun 28th, 2017 | By
All those customers coming and going were right about this place

I used to live near Kin Ja Teriyaki, but except for having a meeting with coffee, I’d never eaten there.  I saw the firefighters across the street come over to get bags of carryout, and the local business employees came in since there wasn’t another restaurant in the neighborhood, but we didn’t eat there. Oh,
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A good idea for breakfast out

Jun 11th, 2017 | By
A good idea for breakfast out

Going out for breakfast takes a bit of arranging and sometimes a special occasion. The event is made worthwhile if the food and service are above average and the prices are reasonable.  On a recent Sunday, by good luck and a recommendation, we went to the Biscuit House and found that there were a lot
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A taste of Cincinatti is as close as Tacoma

Apr 25th, 2017 | By
A taste of Cincinatti is as close as Tacoma

When I moved here from Ohio in the last century, Cincinnati-style chili was not a “thing.” And now there is a Tacoma restaurant that serves this regional favorite locally. The Chili Parlor serves chili over spaghetti noodles, topped with shredded cheddar cheese. Cincinnati style! Wayne Whalen opened the cozy restaurant on South Tacoma Way about
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