My friend and I ordered a large pretzel for appetizer--it was just what one would expect and want from a big pretzel; a bit of crunch on the outside, but doughy and warm on the inside, served with that fake cheesey sauce that I love with a pretzel!
For my meal I ordered a pizza with olives and red onions. The crust was relatively thin--definitely not too thick, sort of a thinner Labrasca's-type crust. I enjoyed it both that evening, and the next day cold for my lunch--(which is always the true test for me--I often enjoy pizza better cold than hot).
My friend had a loaded hotdog and a side salad. She is a hotdog connoisseur, and said it was quite tasty. Click here for more of their menu. (They also have a Brunch menu).
So there you have it--Thirsty Fellow was a winner in my book. And everything is really affordable.
Last night I went to Saluda's for dinner with my husband, mother-in-law and aunt. The food was amazing! I haven't been there in quite sometime; it is pretty fine dining after all, and that doesn't often fit into our budget. But if you need an amazing place to take a date and you're trying to make a good impression, I highly recommend it. (Sorry no pictures; left the camera at home).
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After an early dinner, we headed to Trustus Theatre to see Reasons to Be Pretty. The show runs through next weekend, and it has gotten a good review in The Free Times- read it here. We all really enjoyed it--go support local theater.
Hope everyone has a wonderful, chilly weekend! I am so excited to finally wear winter clothes and have fires in the fireplace; we had our first of the season this week and it was divine.