Friday, May 20, 2011


Happy Eight Year Anniversary hun!

After our dinner we took a walk in German Village. 

We loved sitting outside eating. It was def. fun people watching. 
We got the Lindey's Post Mortem for free for our anniversary. It was amazing. 

Love the black urns with the greenery and the brick.

German Village gardening gets me excited to go home and plant!

Brandon didn't want to do a "senior photo session" like below. This was his "session." 
This was our "senior picture" session with missing leg. Ha.
For our anniversary Brandon and I went to Lindey's in German Village. We go there pretty much every year and enjoy the atmosphere. It's like a European cafe with marble tables outside and white umbrellas. The food is always classic and really fresh. 

Brandon's tuna tartare was so good. I was a little nervous to try it, but it was amazing. We started with the calamari and shrimp fritto misto that had a remoulade and lobster bisque for Brandon. He loved the bisque and said he would have licked the bowl clean. 

I ordered a chopped salad for dinner since I was still feeling a little queasy after the stomach virus. It was perfect. Brandon got the tuna tartare with a ginger sauce he loved it. 

The weather was around 80 and it was nice to have a light dinner. We ordered beer (b) and sangria (me) to start. Brandon liked his beer and the sangria was okay. It's pretty hard to compete with the Kelly's Island Winery sangria. After you taste that, you never want any other sangria. 

I ordered a prosecco after that and Brandon and I really enjoyed that. It was a steal at 7 and the bubbly on a warm night was so refreshing. 

We finished with the Lindey's Post Mortem, a sinful chocolate brownie with chocolate and coffee ice cream. That was amazing. We also had coffee and tea. Our total bill was only around $60, which was a steal! If you want a great date night, you don't have to break the bank. 

For our next foodie night date, we want to have a food tour. Apps at one restaurant, entree at another and dessert at the last! 

Any restaurants that you go to celebrate special occasions? 

1 comment:

Hammocks and High Tea said...

Sounds yummy! Especially the dessert! I think I should be a dessert critic. What a great job that would be! Happy anniversary!