Oct 24, 2011

a little restaurant called Our Daily Bread

I love my college town.
Living in Boone seems to get better by the day.
(this disregards the Winter days because I promise, in a few weeks I may not like Boone's weather so much...haha)

We have the cutest local restaurants, shops, record stores, bead shops, thrift stores + mountains to surround it all! Last Friday, I met up with my Her Campus AppState writers (who I absolutely adore) and we had a little writers meeting + excursion to local restaurant, Our Daily Bread. Their menu is FILLED with yummy sandwiches, soups, salads, vegetarian/vegan options and it will take you hours to decide what to order because everything and I mean everything sounds good. They strive to serve local and organic foods, which is always a plus, and the restaurant is absolutely beautiful with the brick walls, local art and exposed vintage ceiling tiles.

This is what I ordered:

Can you say yummy?

In other news, I have quite the full plate filled with classes, joining the Communication Honor Society Lambda Pi Eta, writing for www.mycollegeroadtrip.com, writing for HC AppState, working as a wine representative for Tar Heel Winery, picking shifts at Primo's and keeping up with the blogging world! However, I am blessed for the opportunities that have come my way and I am seizing all of them. That is not even half the things I have to manage but I am determined to be able to do it all! Sleep? No one remembers sleeping anyway ;)

Have a blessed week fellow readers!

PS. Just bought the Beirut album "The Rip Tide" on vinyl with my $5 coupon whoop! It's amazing. Absolutely amazing.
Also, one of my fav. bloggers + fellow button swapper, Dot In The City, is hosting an awesome giveaway! Check it out!


  1. My favorite part of your meal? The little lace doily under the soup.

  2. i love Beirut! once i stop working so much i'm going to plan a weekend up to visit you and the town of Boone, ok?

  3. Is it actually called a "sammy," or did you just add that little diminutive for some flava? Meal looks lovely... I must visit there again when I come to visit.

  4. Wow that meal looks sooo yummy. Potato garlic soup sounds deelish! lol :) You have a lovely blog!

    xx, Ally


  5. I'm liking your college town!! wow...that meal looks fantastic!


  6. Looks like you have full schedule with bunch of fun stuff. Let us know how your enjoying the writing. Potato garlic soup sounds yum. xoxo

  7. THAT FOOD LOOKS AMAZING!!! Yum! And I love Beirut! I've been wanting to pick up the new cd... would love to hear it!

  8. Congrats on joining Lambda! I was a member of UNCW's chapter for two years and was Treasurer my senior year! YAY COMM!! :)

  9. Oh wow! That looks so yummy!!! :-) You are a busy young lady! Make sure you take time to rest and give your body a break. Trust me. It's important. :-)

  10. Oh. that plate looks absolutely delicious, that sounds like a wonderful restaurant! And I love Beirut.

    I'm super impressed that you are sending your package out already, you are a better woman than I! I promise yours will be on its way soon :D


  11. How great is that restaurant? I love their jerk chicken - it's their signature and it's incredible!



  12. that food looks so incredible! the image is perfect!!
    xo TJ

  13. I was just meandering through your archives, because it's there and I can....but we have a restaurant called Our Daily Bread in Blacksburg! Too weird not to comment because it seems like even the towns we live are creepily similar!!