Get your mind out of the gutter...this isn't a dirty post. This Sunday we tried out two new places. First, for lunch, we headed to Mighty Bird. We pass Mighty Bird every time I take Mike to work and we finally decided to make it part of our destination. It was a small chicken place located off the 183 service road. We walked in and took a few minutes to decide what we should order. This is where things get a little odd. As we ordered, the cashier was not very helpful and was texting during the transaction. As we were waiting for our food, she basically got fired and left in a blaze of glory. Our food then took a bit, but it seemed like they were now short staffed.
Our wait was worth it! The chicken was all rotisserie style chicken with added ingredients and was cooked to perfection. The tortillas were homemade and we got some of the last ones, as they started making more after our order. Mike opted for the two taco meal with two tacos (duh), rice, and beans. He opted for the Yardbird- a BBQ style taco with BBQ sauce and red onions and the Mightybird, which had corn, cilantro, and onions. The Mightybird also had taken the chicken and turned it into a spicy chorizo. I picked the Buffalo Chicken wrap, which was huge! The chicken was tasty, the sauce had a bit of a kick, and the blue cheese provided a nice distraction from the sauce. We loved our food and will definitely be returning.
After Mighty Bird, we headed to the Domain because shopping is more fun in the heat. We walked off our lunch and then some. We had lots of snack and drink options, but we decided to try Bee Cave Coffee. It was hot and I was getting tired, so this was the perfect pick me up. I opted for my signature drink of an iced vanilla latte and Mike got cold brewed coffee. I didn't pay attention when the handed me the first drink and got quite a shock with my sip of Mike's strong, unsweetened coffee. My latte was delicious and the ideal treat for a long, hot day. We liked our treat and will definitely seek out Bee Cave Coffee during our next Domain trek.