Oh man, it’s seriously been a while. What can I say? I’m lazy and work has been a bitch. But, with the little one on the way I may find myself with a lot more time on my hands than I know what to do with. Might as well start this up again, right? Right.
So, last night, after a fairly exhausting week at work, I convinced the Hubby to go to the Food Court for dinner. It’s located in the Jusgo (formerly Asia World Market) shopping center.
If you haven’t been, it’s an interesting hodge podge of Asian restaurants and one random Cajun restaurant. Filipino, Korean, Chinese, Japanese, and Boba Tea.
We haven’t been in a while, and I noticed they opened up another Korean restaurant called Hodori (Korean text reads: Boon Shik which roughly translates to something akin to “comfort food”).
I had to try it. It’s new, it’s Korean, there’s no way I’m not going to give it a shot. So, I ordered the Kimchee Fried Rice and some Gim Mari with Dukbokki. Continue reading
Fortunately for us, the Fig Tree was all booked up for Valentine’s Day. So, we looked around and found a reservation available at a place called Biga on the Banks. Best. Decision. Ever. Continue reading
For Valentine’s Day, the Hubby and I decided to take a trip down to San Antonio, TX. We had gone once before for my birthday a few years ago, and really enjoyed eating at a restaurant off the River Walk called the Fig Tree. Continue reading
The Hubby was craving sushi, so we went out for some last night. As usual, we ordered waaaaay too much and we were stuffed to the point of uncomfortable by the time we left.
But would I change that? Never! LOL.
Super late again. LOL. I know that SXSW (South by Southwest) was weeks ago, but work has been crazy and I haven’t had the energy to update posts. Blurgh.
So, here it is, weeks later. 😉 My SXSW trip. We got into Austin mid afternoon, and after dropping off our stuff at the Driskill (GORGEOUS hotel, btw) we made our way towards the convention center. On the way, we stopped by the Mooseknuckle to grab lunch. I got the BBQ brisket sandwich and the Hubby got pulled pork. We ended up liking the other’s sandwich better and switched.
Both sandwiches were good. Little disconcerted that they took our credit card when we placed our order and kept it until we finished eating… but I heard that’s common for bars. The wait staff was incredibly friendly, which was nice. Food took a little longer that I would have thought considering they only had about 5 things on the lunch menu to choose from.
Ok, I know this is late and that it’s almost March already. What can I say? I’ve been busy. LOL.
So, for Valentine’s Day, the Hubby decided to surprise me with a romantic dinner out. He wouldn’t tell me where, so it was kind of fun. He booked a reservation at Lavendou’s Bistro in Dallas. They had a special Valentine’s set menu.
A few weeks ago the Hubby and I took a trip up to Chicago for my brother’s engagement ceremony. His fiancee is Vietnamese and comes from a very traditional family. So, our whole immediate family went to Chicago to participate in the ceremony. Continue reading