Okay, maybe a few words…
Dinner and a movie during a rainstorm = Blaire’s first Friday night in D.C.
And by rainstorm I obviously mean monsoon.
I mean our feet were sloshing in our shoes.
Steamed chicken buns + a salad with peanut dressing a la Bangkok Joe’s on the Georgetown Waterfront.
Amazing, though not quite as amazing as the book… but close.
Thanks, Baked and Wired, i.e. my favorite coffee shop in D.C.
Reminds me of living in the Village in NYC.
Ted’s Bulletin in Capitol Hill for brunch with the Brunch Squad.
We think we’re a D.C. version of Sex and the City…. ten years younger, with a ketchup addiction.
I mean, pretty good, but honestly not as fluffy as I would have liked; too much flour and/or too little butter/milk causes that.
I told you.
The servers, however, made up for whatever the pancakes might have lacked – they were so attentive and seriously just super friendly.
One more, please.
I’ll be back, Ted.
We’ll ignore the fact that those in D.C. are double the price for everything as compared to grocery stores (which is unlike farmers’ markets I’ve been to in other cities).
Then B and I left the Squad and headed to Georgetown near our apartment for some shopping.
My beloved breakfast restaurant in Georgetown – Furin’s – went out of business after 27 years.
I’m so depressed.
In case you care too, here’s a Washington Post article on the closing.
Apparently my telling everyone I knew about the place did absolutely nothing for their sales. #Fail.
Don’t worry, I cheered myself up with some fro-yo last night.
I’m now on a quest for someplace else in D.C. to find delicious pancakes.
Okay, time to pull myself together and hit the gym and some other errands… my new apartment desperately needs some more attention and organizing. Happy Sunday!
How’s your weekend going?? Ever have a fav restaurant/store/bakery go out of business? Did you cry, too?