Friday, October 2, 2015

The Tipsy Pig | Grub-a-dub-dub

If I know anything about the last two months, it's that calorically speaking & financially speaking- we have overdone it on eating out. We have really gone above and beyond what we normally ever do as we shifted our lives and got settled. I take some small comfort in the fact that most people would probably do the same after moving to a new place but fo' reals: After we return from our trip, we have both agreed to reign it the h*ll in. But until that point, we're gonna indulge, sip and enjoy- such as we did at The Tipsy Pig in the Marina recently. It's known as one of the most frat-tastic places in the city. However, we just popped-in for dinner and it was a caloric delight in terms of that.
The_Tipsy_Pig, San_francisco
^Jay talking about his day with exuberance in his voice.
The_Tipsy_Pig, San_francisco
The_Tipsy_Pig, San_francisco, food

It's easy to regret spent money and ingested calories- however, it's easier to write-off time with your loved one and eating a good meal. So I call it a win (even though we gotta chill the eff out soon, likkkkeee my clothes aren't fitting and I don't think SF requires the generous huge winter coats... [me thinking about that]).

Happpppppppy Weeeeeeeeekend!
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Kate at Green Fashionista said...

Definitely a win in my book! It's so much fun exploring a new city, and finding all the good eats! This place looks amazing, and I love the name :)

Happy Friday <3

Green Fashionista

Pat Hatt said...

Finding new spots and exploring are perks to it. Just walk the pup a little more and no harm done calorie wise haha most would do the same though when moving, have to wait to get that groove back.

The Girl who Loved to Write said...

This looks like such a fun place!

Steve Finnell said...


The Pharisees and scribes were experts at keeping man-made traditions.

Mark 7:1-9 ......9 He was also saying to them, "You are experts at setting aside the commandment of God in order to hold to the tradition of men."

Do religious men today set aside God's commandments in order to keep the traditions in their creed books, catechisms, and man-made statements of faith?

Men say obedience to God is not essential to salvation because we are saved by grace alone.

Hebrews 5:9 And having been made perfect, He became to all who obey Him the source of eternal salvation,

Where is the Scripture that says we are saved by grace alone, therefore, obedience is not required for salvation?

Men say water baptism is not essential for the forgiveness of sins.

Acts 2:38 Peter said to them, "Repent, and each of you be baptized in the name of Jesus Christ for the forgiveness of your sins; and you will receive the gift of the Holy Spirit.

Where is the Scripture that says water baptism is not for the forgiveness of sins? There is none.

Men say the purpose of water baptism is simply an act of obedience and an example of faith given for others. Where is the Scriptures that state these doctrines? It is only found in the writings of men. God did not say it.

Men say water baptism plays no part in salvation.

1 Peter 3:21 Corresponding to that, baptism now saves you---not the removal of dirt from the flesh, but an appeal to God for a good conscience---through the resurrection of Jesus Christ.

Where is the Scripture that says water baptism does not save you?

Men say that mankind is saved by faith only. Where is the Scripture that says men are saved by faith only?

Jesus said men shall be saved if they believe and are baptized. Men say that you are saved without being baptized in water.

Mark 16:16 He who has believed and has been baptized shall be saved; but he who has disbelieved shall be condemned.

Where is the Scripture that states men should be baptized because they have already been saved?


(All Scripture from: NEW AMERICAN STAND BIBLE)


Marie said...

What a great place, the food looks so yummie.

Caitlin @ Candyfloss & Persie said...

@Steve ^ Omg is it too early for all that.

PorkStar said...

WTF is with that Steve comment? I thought it was going to be all about food but seriously?

In any case, lady C, I'd say you both enjoy going out and doing whatever your hearts please. Once you have kids (bipedal, instead of four legged), most of your going out time will be to Pre K and all these kiddo related activities. :)

haaa... :P

The Siberian American said...

That food looks amazing! I love chicken tenders!

Stephanie Faris said...

Dining out is my favorite hobby! I love the name of that looks like something you'd see here in Nashville! Fine dining with fried chicken tenders.

Jax said...

Too funny!!! Think of it as practicing for your future career endeavor of being a San Francisco tour guide. ; )

Panty Buns said...

It's nice that you and Jay are creating so many pleasant memories with each other. i can identify with the clothes not fitting situation - I dropped off just enough weight to squeeze into my overalls (after popping the buttons on a couple of pairs), but just used the thought of culinary treats as an excuse to take a break and microwave a little jalapeno pepper-jack on top of some potato chips.
As for the comment by "Steve": spam spam spam spam spam spam spam spam spam
I envy you not anticipating needing winter coats there in San Francisco. It's time to get the furnace serviced here before the cold weather hits. I'm feeling lucky - it looks like himicane Joaquine is going to head out to sea (I hope). Happpppppppy Weeeeeeeekend to you too!

Myra said...

OHMYGOD, GIMME THAT FOOD. That pot pie looks ah-ma-zing and now my mouth is watering...and it's 9 am...and I want pot pie :| Lol.

Melissa @ Always, Lissa said...

The food looks fantastic. I think it's pretty normal for newly moved people to eat out a lot. Besides you're living in one of the biggest cities in California that has so many restaurants. It'd be a shame not to try them. By the way, those glasses are super cute on you.

Amanda - Voyage of the MeeMee said...

Sounds like an awesome date night!!! :D

Tabitha Lee said...

Great pictures. All this food looks amazing! I totally agree time spent with loved is worth the money spent and calories ingested. We are trying to reign in before our vacation a little because there will be so much indulging there but it is so hard. ;-)