The OC Fair

I am not a fan of the Fair.

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I am still not a fan of the Fair, but since Joy said she’s never been to one, i figured we could go if we can get in for cheap, which we did since admission is only $3 before 11am on Saturday and Sunday.

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If Las Vegas ever wanted to puke out a food court this is what i imagined it to look like. Lots of obnoxious signage with everything deep fried and wrapped with bacon.

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We started off with some deep fried oreos which were already prepared which made them not as fresh as i would’ve liked them.the-oc-fair-5

We opted for a healthier option for lunch with some shimp with rice and pineapple which was ok, but the rice was soggy, or coated with coconut milk? I couldn’t really tell.

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The only thing that i actually went searching for was a Texas Donut (big donut) coated with frosting and Cherry Poprocks. It was surprisingly good with the added crunchy texture.

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The real treat was after the fair we went to Ritter’s Steam Kettle Cooking for some Pan Roast Seafood, oysters, and cajun fries. Now thats something worth spending money on. I think the flavors are on par with the Oyster Bar in Las Vegas, but lacks that je ne sais quoi of eating in the middle of a casino half drunk.

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