I was just having a 'day' yesterday. Know what I mean? I didn't fell bad, but I didn't feel great. I didn't feel motivated enough to cook and I never want to clean up afterwards so I said those magical words 'maybe we should just go out to eat' and before I could even finish that sentence my kids were already putting their shoes on. I think one was so fast they were already standing by the door of my car.

We decided on The Pub at Glenwood Square because we all love it, it's close to where we live and, let's be honest, I could really use a drink (now, too, but then as well).

It was happy hour which is good news for our kids because that means cheap mozzarella sticks. I love them at this place because they're always super fresh. One thing I don't remember seeing on the menu were these poppers. I'm kinda hit and miss with jalapeno poppers as I do love but I don't like cream cheese. When it has a different cheese than cream cheese I'm down so, more often than not, my eyes will scroll past them. But what caught my eye was that these were made with red peppers, not jalapenos. And these were made with the queso and not straight cream cheese so even better. I'm always down to try something new.

I thought they were great! I wonderful experience. I may even have to go back some other happy hour and just grab a few plates of these as my meal. I'm always down for finger food while enjoying one of the many local craft beers on tap.

We also ordered other items as one of my kids loves the BBQ wings while another loves the mini corndogs but I was happy with these and though if you're not one for jalapenos, maybe you'd prefer the red pepper version. There's still a zing from the cheese sauce but red peppers are naturally much sweeter so they worked out great.

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