Monday, November 18, 2013

A Rewarding Dinner

Dan and I volunteer every year at the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation's annual gala. We sold beads to raise funds for the cause. Our shift started at 5pm and our duties wrapped up around 9:30pm. Needless to say we were starving at the end of our shift and thought we should reward ourselves.

Dan suggested we head to our favorite spot, Bar La Grassa, thinking it was late enough that we could get a table in the bar. Wrong! It turns out this is not only our favorite spot, but high on the list for others too. With little time to spare and convenience in mind, (we'd already valeted and close to kitchen close) we decided to head across the street to Borough. To set the stage, I'd been to Borough previously and Dan was resistant based upon feedback he'd heard from co-workers. I loved it the first time!

In the end, success! Our meal was amazing!! We started with Carpaccio. This dish was unlike your normal Carpaccio. It hosted an array of different flavors and textures, all suiting to the pallet. For our meals, Dan ordered a White Fish and I ordered the Duck. Me explaining these dishes to you won't do them justice. All I have to say is I've never ordered duck prior to this and I can't wait to order it again. Dan and I will be making a point, in the near future, to visit Borough again!

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