So just let me start by telling you how much I love finding new places to eat. I love it a lot. So much that when I eat their for the first time I know that it wont be my last and it gets me all excited. This weekend we found a restaurant that hit the jackpot. White Eyes Fresh Fry Bread, is what they call it. It's one of those places that you can see your self coming back to not only for the dinner but for the dessert too.
It's like Mexican food on steroids, and we all know how much I love Mexican food.
I could see this place it being extremely successful in New York, with all the hustle and bustle of the city, hungry workers of corporate America on their lunch break just looking for the place that will hit the spot. Or maybe it's because I feel like this is the kind of food they eat in New York, made quick to be eaten on the go. And then sometimes I think I just hold New York to a high standard of intrigue and zeal. I mean, all the movies make it look like such a cool city. I know I'd live there in a heart beat. I don't think my heart has been the same since 07 when I took my first visit.
Baaaack to my weekend foodie visit. Speaking of foodie, I'm pretty sure the people thought I was a foodie with the amount of pictures I was taking. It kind of felt awkward! I even had Brand take a few for me because I felt like a total dweeb! Has this ever happened to you?!
So the dinner was great and the dessert was delicious, and we will be heading back there again I'm absolutely positive.
And of course, our night would not be complete without a trip to world market. Let's just take a minute and look at all that yummy chocolate. I couldn't get myself to buy any of it, but I was just fine standing back and talking a long stare at it. I can only imagine what those kids felt when the got to go to willy wonka's chocolate factory. Turds.
We spent a good half hour there and I strolled along every isle picturing each item in my apartment, until I ran out of space in my apartment. Then I started decorating a new apartment. I could decorate my life in world market, such ornate beautiful things they have.