Christopher had the mammoth pulled pork, coleslaw, pickle, concoction:
And my biscuit had fried chicken, bacon and cheese with sausage gravy:
The biscuits are amazing, but the cheesy grits are even better. They are the best we've ever had.
I couldn't finish my biscuit, but it wasn't for a lack of trying.
Also, we had to save room to try Voodoo Doughnuts!
We shared the three doughnuts over the course of a couple days. Neither of us are huge doughnut fanatics, but I think they were likely the best doughnuts we've eaten. They have a nice crispy exterior which is different from other doughnuts we've had.
Our late lunch was a bit healthier ...
We had some Vietnamese soup. The server also brought out a giant place of fresh Thai basil, bean sprouts, lime wedges and jalapeno slices. We couldn't believe how big the stack of basil and sprouts was - craziness!
We spent the afternoon visiting a couple of lounges, one being a cigar lounge next to the concert venue we'd be hitting up in the evening. The guy working at the lounge really liked us, and asked if he could sit and talk with us a while. We had a nice time visiting with him; we seem to make friends wherever we go.
In the evening we went to The Ogden Theatre to see one of our favourite DJs, Bonobo. The place was packed, the opener was okay ...
But when Bonobo was on stage ...
Our minds were blown.
If you don't know of Bonobo, look him up. So, so good.
We needed some late night snacks after the show, so we went to Biker Jim's Gourmet Hotdogs (the same romantic place we went to for Valentine's day). We shared an elk hotdog, some fried mac and cheese, and fries.
The fried mac and cheese is phenomenal.
Finally Christopher is in his thirties.
I've only been waiting a couple of years ...
What did you do for your thirtieth birthday (if you've had it)?
If you're not 30 yet, what did you do for your 20th? 25th? Anything special?