Monday, August 20, 2018

Dining out.......

See the lighted sign behind my daughter and son-in-law?  It is so appropriate for their 34th wedding anniversary.  We are at at restaurant called the Library that brings your check in an old library book.  There are books up on high shelves and artwork by the owner on all of the walls.  It is a unique place to dine.










My granddaughter took a photo of the two desserts.  The one at the top is peach cobbler with lots of crunchy topping.  The one on the bottom is a skillet chocolate chip cookie with shavings of white and milk chocolate on it and a scoop of ice cream on both of them.  They are definitely both large enough to share!

11 comments:

patty a. said...

Those desserts look so tasty!

Karen - Quilts...etc. said...

lovely looking deserts and so original putting the check in a library book!

Mary said...

What a fun concept. It looks like a restaurant I would enjoy.

Shasta Matova said...

Congratulations to your daughter and son-in-law on their anniversary! That restaurant looks like quite the experience - those desserts look delicious!

Sylvia Anderson said...

What an experience it must have been, eating in a fine dining restaurant, where the food is delivered with an artistic presentation. Happy anniversary to your daughter and son-in-law on their 34th. anniversary.
Enjoy the cooler weather this week, because by next Sunday, it's supposed to be in the 90's again!

Hedy said...

I see the resemblance between your daughter and you, can’t miss that. Those desserts look great.

rondiquilts said...

I've loved your family posts. This one is beautiful. I've shared it with my son. He has an obsession with books and his recent jobs have been in the restaurant industry.
All the best to you Wanda, many thanks for you dedication to blogging. Best part of my day.

Rondi
rondiquilts@yahoo.com

Needled Mom said...

Happy anniversary to them. It looks like a cute idea for a restaurant. Those desserts look fabulous too.

JJM said...

What a lovely treat to be included in your daughter and son in laws anniversary. Thank you for sharing their anniversary photo. Best wishes to them for many, many more.

And ~ ~ ~ OMG those deserts are delicious to look at and as you mentioned yesterday they disappeared quickly.

JJM

Penny Schine Gold said...

The restaurant looks really interesting! I tried to find it, but could only come up with a dark bar in Chicago on Kinzie. What town is this in? Looks like it would be fun to try some time.

JoZart Designs said...

I enjoyed sharing a taste of American family life. Such precious time as the all grow up and spread to distant pastures. What a handsome young man yo have for a grandson and the anniversary couple do not look old enough to be married that long. Congratulations to them.
The food looks wonderful but, as I always experienced when travelling in America, portion size is always more generous than here in England.
Jo