Walking to work, crossing 4th Ave and I get a nice view of the skyline from the south. And apparently, this was my picture today.
April and Chris went with me to my co-workers play, OK.luv, in the U District. Before the show we walked to a bar down the street for a shot and a beer. On the way, we found this Scum of the Earth sign. April and Chris did not approve.
The Hi-Life in Ballard has a Sunday family style fried chicken dinner every week. A big group of us went to check it out and it was pretty good. We all left so stuffed, with left-overs. Also, I don't eat fried chicken skin, so my dining partners seemed to get pretty excited by that.
Belltown Pub had a Google Places event tonight. Chris is practicing checking in on Google Latitude, or maybe actually doing it, who knows. Also, I walked out on my tab tonight - worse, I was completely sober.
The Rabbit Hole has ski-ball, and I'm pretty good at it. I always shoot for the 50, rather than go for the 100, which means I consistently hit 30s and 40s. I played with a new friend today that I met at a Lions meetup and he's from the West side of Michigan, random.
Gus and I went to brunch and then shopping. On our way out of my apartment building (through the alley entrance) we found this fun gem. Luckily we have CleanScapes, and I did call them, but it may have taken a little while for them to come get it because upon returning, it was still there. If only we had a MID or BID in Belltown...
Everyone raves about Five Guys, but I was not that impressed. I went to the one in Northgate, and it was just, eh.
It did remind me of this place back home, Bates. They were the BEST hangover cure. I do sometimes miss Bates' Burgers, and their grilled cheese, too. I'd love a franchise out here in Seattle, but I am guessing that's wishful thinking.
So, this is the dessert we shared, and I have to say, it was pretty decent.