Yesterday, to celebrate our last day before school starts, we went to one of our favorite lunch spots, a small locally-owned European bistro. They have an interesting mix of foods...everything's delicious...homemade croissants...delicious pastries...and every plate gets a chocolate-covered strawberry. Yum.
There's not much room inside (and it's not the most child-friendly dining set-up...although the owners and staff LOVE children...it's just a bit precarious indoors) so we usually only eat there when it's nice enough to sit outside, under a rainbow-colored umbrella.
My favorite thing though is the Tomato-Basil Soup. It's unlike any I've ever had before. And I've sampled lots. It's served with spiced, toasted slices of their croissants, which gives it a spicy kick that is amazing. My girls love the soup too...although they usually always pass their croissants to me.
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And to our table's delight, an empty bowl of tomato basil soup revealed a rainbow in my soup spoon.
Day 12: close up