Today started out with a slightly later rehearsal (10:30 am yeah!) and some fun scene work and dance cleanup. It’s so lovely to spend time with such wonderful women. The girls in this show are something else. So strong and talented. And so different! It’s such a pleasure to get to know them. I’m learning so much already.
Here’s the (freezing cold) arena where we watched my brother’s team play. They lost, but they put up a good fight! I haven’t seen my brother play since he was a little kid. I kind of expected him to look about 9 years old in his hockey stuff. Nope. Full grown man.
This is me and my little bro! Not so little, eh?!
My dad and bro got the Mill Street Organic Tankhouse Ale, which was AMAZING. I had the house red. A Pelee Island wine. It was so easy to drink. Very technical, I know. But it didn’t have that kind of acidic taste that some wines have that make you have to take really small sips. I should be a wine reviewer.. I know.
I had the black bean sliders with the chef’s salad. The sliders were cute and had a different topping on each: Chipotle mayo, guacamole, and salsa. They were pretty good, not totally blown away. The salad was tasty with an asian inspired vinaigrette that was way too sweet for my tastes. I still enjoyed it though. To get the salad instead of fries, you had to pay an extra two dollars! What’s with that?! I know it’s kind of standard, but it makes me mad every time. Entrees should come with green things. And that’s final. We should have to pay more for fries.
All in all, a lovely day. Oh, and to top it all off, I got my first Menchie’s frozen yogurt creation. I don’t even have a pic because I ate it so fast. MMMMmm frozen yogurt. I’m so glad those kind of shops are so scarce around here.. danger. bay.
Do you think it’s crazy to charge extra for a tiny side salad instead of fries?!
Posted on March 24, 2012, in favourite things, food, musical theatre, reviews and tagged black bean sliders, food, marlbes restaurant, menchies, restaurants, waterloo. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.