We started out at Home Depot. Ha! I know, super romantic. But we were pickin' up a supply line for the fridge and I wanted to check out their lighting without three little people telling me how bored they are.
From there, we headed to a local distillery for tastings and a tour. Pretty fun, but I've decided that wine tasting is more my speed. Drinking straight up booze isn't really my thing. But it was fun. They make Aviation Gin, among other things, but that's the one you may recognize.
It was pretty crazy to see how small the space is.
They do everything, including the bottling, there.
From there, it was off to Cheese Bar for snacks.
I LOVE soft pretzels and these had my name all over them.
In addition to the pretzel, we had some cheese, salami and one of the best BLTs I've ever eaten in my life.
From there, we swung by the house to pick up a bottle of wine and headed to the strip right by our house.
We parked our car and walked to the next three places.
First up, Beer Bunker.
We walk by it all the time on the way to the farmers market, but we're never without the kids to check it out.
The decor was fun.
From there, we headed across the street to a newer restaurant we'd never been in.
I had to give their menu the once over while sippin' my sangria.
From there, we walked down the street to a restaurant I love.
We haven't eaten there in a long time, but it's one of my neighborhood faves.
I didn't partake this time around, but they have really yummy cocktails, too.
And guess who happened to be eating dinner there?
I swear, we can't get rid of these people.
I don't do ketchup, but I liked this label.
And yes, we actually got a couple photos of the two of us this time.
Amazing, I know.
It would have been better if I hadn't known they were being taken, with my Chandler photo complex and all, but oh well.
The boys had to have their usual photo shoot, as well.
From there, we finally hit up our dinner spot.
We started with the Roasted Beets and the Fried Feta (duh) and they were both amazing.
I laughed out loud when I saw these next pics.
We ain't playin' around.
For dinner, we shared a delicious steak and an order of fries.
They seriously have the best fries ever in the land.
They were out of the dessert I wanted, so we went with our second choice.
I can't remember what it was called, but it was a S'more ice cream cake of sorts.
It did not suck at all.
And that was the end of date day.
T'was a good anniversary celebration.
We're off tomorrow morning for our first weekend vacation of the summer.
Now that summer is over.
We decided the kitchen can wait an extra week.
See ya'll next week.
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