The Larkburger originated at the Larkspur restaurant in Vail. Now it’s a local establishment with 13 locations in Colorado.
They pride themselves in natural, fresh ingredients and approaching everything with culinary skill. I’ve been interested in trying them out for some time, and finally got around to doing it. At $7, their burger offers great value for a high level of quality.
The burger did not disappoint – it’s right up there – not quite with the Mateo burger, but it’s half the price. So if cost is a consideration then it’s definitely one to consider.
Training wise, it was the final day of the Tour of Sufferlandria – they left the “best” for last with 2.5 hours of classic Giro d’Italia climbs.
Daily Totals: 3678 calories (480g carbs, 161g fat, 95g protein)
this post is a part of the raceweight project, a “calories in, calories out” experiment to see if I can get to my racing weight eating mainly “bad” foods