That’s Abe, out on the cold/wet/windy beach with the dogs yesterday. I watched him, in my warm PJ’s, while eating a morning snack.
What makes braving these kinda road conditions worth it?!?
Amazing brunch, with good friends.
I ordered the Grilled Vegetable Panini without the goat cheese. Comes with a choice of salad, homemade chips, fries, or soup.
Definitely a chowdah kinda day! New England Clam – with bacon, and oyster crackers
I finished half the sandwich – Nine Grain stuffed with portabella, zucchini, eggplant, roasted tomatoes, and pesto
Tried a bite of everyone else’s meals too. Everything tasted as good as it looks!
Abe’s Flatbread with Roasted Tomato, Burrata, Pesto, Arugula and Parm
Off the weekend brunch menu – Randall’s Short Rib Chilaquilles, with fried egg, avocado, and thick tortilla chips
Jae’s Crab Cake Benedict – with Avocado and Hollandaise, plus potatoes
Just when I thought things couldn’t get any better…
…banana pudding with…
(wait for it)
PEANUT BUTTER COOKIES
Elvis would be so proud.
The restaurant is just downstairs from the Westside Pavilion’s Landmark Theater. As we passed by the display for James Franco’s 127 Hours wardrobe, Abe wondered if the mannequin should be missing an arm?
(I suppose that would’ve been in poor taste.)
The scene outside was like a big-budget disaster movie! Tons of power outages, accidents, and general weirdness going on. I counted 5 fire trucks on the road.
Our dinner plans fizzled out so I threw together some quick salads at the beach house.
- Leftover Grilled Veggie Sandwich fillings from lunch, chopped
- Sun Dried Tomato in oil
- Frozen string beans and corn
- Balsamic Vinaigrette + squeeze of lemon
- Crumbled Boca Burger
Polished off Abe’s remnants as well
Dessert – peeled, split, ‘n’ shared
We’ve been watching a few New Orleans movies in preparation for our trip. Rainy nights are good for one thing – black and white movies!!!