What I Ate: Post-cleanse cocktails and such

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Two things happened after my juice cleanse experiment. I couldn't finish food, and I sure as hell lost my drinking endurance.

The week includes stops at Cured and Hot Joy to celebrate their Bon Appetit nods, a visit to George's Keep for a quick Crave juice demo and a 45-minute wait for free ice cream at Lick. And my vendetta against superfluous hatch chile peppers continues....

Follow on Instagram fro more food recommendations and adventures: @JessElizarraras.

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And here's the line for @lickicecreams! @historicpearl

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Super impressed with myself-found George's Keep with little effort. Having more juice, this time via @cravemarket. Here's the Green Light District w blanco tequila, Green Chartreuse, Crave's celery blend, cane sugar and lime. #whatidrank #juice

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Ended the night with a Nouveau Riche, Pisco, strawberry, lime and mint. Then some random woman pinched my cheeks and I ran away.

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That griddled cake, tho. #whatiate also had the shrimp ceviche during @vane.elizarraras' first time @hotjoysa

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Tacos! #whatiate

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Having a ball and a biscuit @curedatpearl #happyhour #whatidrank #whatiate

 

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Daiquiri time at Stay Golden Social House #whatiate

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Made a little flippy of all of the cocktails from this year...well the ones I took photos of at least. @flipagram

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Lobstah rolls for post-hike breakfast. #whatiate @locavoresa #quefancy

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Hatch chile cupcakes. #eyeroll

 

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