Last month the hubby and I found the time to have a night out, and very quickly we were overwhelmed with our new-found freedom. We always send each other links of new restaurants opening up around town with some sort of fleeting, empty promise to each other that this place will be at the top of our list “next time.” The problem with trying a new place is, of course, the possibility of getting burned by a mediocre experience. If that happens, we end up kicking ourselves for not having gone to one of our tried-and-true favorites.
A riff on a bar food classic at Bay Street Biergarten (note: I had a cider special that evening served in a PBR glass, although I wouldn’t judge you if you ordered a PBR, either)
While scrolling through our wish list of date night locations, I had a thought: what if we went to a few places, instead of commiting our entire night at just one? Instead of eating a three-course meal at one place, what if we had one course at each of three places?
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