Food and eating just so happens to be one of my favorite sports. Oh, you say, eating is not a sport. Well, I beg to differ. You need a good gameplan, know your limitations, match your entrees and sides, and most importantly, follow through and finish. Ok, so the sports analogy is a bit weak there, but one thing that is not weak is Creeskide’s new chef Matt Anderson and his menu.

A few of us popped into Creekside for some wood-fired pizzas, gourmet burgers and hearty salads. It is certainly a skill trying to get Creekside’s burger, piled high with beef, avocado, bacon, and onion rings on a fresh bun into the finite space one’s jaw allows. Needless to say, the food was all cooked and presented perfectly – some of it looks so good, you don’t even want to eat it, just admire.  Once those aromas hit, however, taste buds and instinct take over.

Don’t miss Creekside’s new menu this winter – it is perfect for lunch or dinner. Friday and Saturday evenings feature a special holiday buffet menu through December, yet another reason to stop by or make and extra drive up the hill. The menu can be found here.

Are those onion rings I see?

2 burgers piled high

Creekside's gourmet presentation.

When the moon hits your eyes, like a big pizza pie.

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