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Wednesday, April 28

night on the town

the other night husband and i forwent our normal routine of heading into the city for dinner and a show for a quiet night in our little town. {i am really quite fond of small country towns with a lot of character... local pizza joints, hometown breweries, local shops & antique stores, but our town doesn't have too much of that.} we had recently happened upon a new bbq restaurant on the town square and decided to try it out.


immediately after i ordered the black bean burger, i regretted it. what was i thinking? i mean, this is a bbq joint. i honestly expected a frozen morning star farms burger, but surprisingly it one of the best i have ever had! the fries were crispy, slightly salted, and absolute perfection. husband said his traditional bbq plate was quite scrumptious as well.


after our dinner, we walked around the city square and found ourselves at the ice cream shop, so we shared some italian coffee ice cream, sat in bright yellow rocking chairs, and watched the cars go by.


in an effort to walk of some of the calories we had consumed, we wandered around a bit more and took some night shots of our little city square.




it was really quite a nice evening. i do wish there were more independent little restaurants in our town.
xoxo


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8 comments:

FabulousFashions4SensibleStyle said...

Yum, yum, yummy and I love all your pics!!!

Liesl :)

Taj Acosta said...

Sounds like a great evening. I love little places like that! xoxo

Sean said...

Glad you guys had a good time!

Another reason why you're my go to person for fun activities :)

OneCraftyFox said...

Oh, yum!! And you look FAB.

Fell 4 Fashion said...

I LOVE the mix of patterns in your jacket and blouse!

ashkindred said...

Good times. You guys are adorable.

I need the green houndstooth blazer. NEED. Please tell me it's recent?

Claire Kiefer said...

Sounds like a perfect evening. :) Where do y'all live?

McMel said...

i wish there were more small places around there too! the square is quite charming though!