My girls' weekend started off with an awesome dinner at a new (to me) restaurant, RYE. It was amazing. Those dinner rolls alone were enough to seal the deal for me. We decided to order family-style and just share everything... it was perfect. I definitely recommend if you live in the Louisville area.
My pretty, pretty friends... Ashley, Amanda and Anne... apparently that was the "A" side of the table.
Me and my friend Bekah... we had to sit in the kitchen since our names didn't start with an "A."
After dinner, we headed down the street to Garage Bar for the remainder of the evening. Another "must-do" if you live in Louisville.
Saturday morning I slept in a little, then headed to my favorite farmer's market... sparkly clutch still in tow. Apparently I'm too lazy to switch my purses again... besides I think the pink in my shoe laces really bring out the pink vintage beading... don't you think? :)
So much color at the farmer's market this week... I can't believe this was my first Saturday to make it out all summer... I forgot how beautiful the fresh flowers are and how tasty the breakfast burritos are. I also found my new favorite obsession... Instagram & Over... together. Love being able to write on my photos before sharing:)
Got home from the farmer's market just in time to clean house and put my flowers in a mason jar... because two of my very favorite friends will be here any second...
YAY!! My friends April and Amy drove all the way from Georgia to spend the rest of the weekend with me! They finally arrived late Saturday afternoon... just in time for us to catch up a little, then head out the door to dinner at The Blind Pig (one of my favorites).
We left The Blind Pig, only to head upstairs to one of mine and Lance's favorite bars, MEAT (they don't have an official website, but here is a great review). Just the atmosphere alone in this place is worth the trip. It's this awesome vintage speak-easy bar that's tucked away and hard to find... which adds to the ambiance of it all. We had a blast catching up and laughing on the corner sofas.
Butterfly Garden Cafe. I ordered the olive nut sandwich and it was amazing... but you really can't go wrong with that much cream cheese, now can you?
Zappos. Well, actually it's located about 15 minutes south of Louisville... but totally worth the extra effort. Best part?? You can actually SHOP at the Zappos Fulfillment Center (yes, it's really called that... and yes, it's really quite fulfilling). The shopping portion of the warehouse is what you might know as 6pm... they always have weekly specials and incredible weekend sales. Booking your trip to Louisville yet??
Eiderdown. I order the spatzle every.single.time. It's amazing.
Lynn's Paradise Cafe. April ordered the french toast... and HOLY.FRENCH.TOAST. It was ridiculously huge... and tasty.
It was an amazing weekend... and I miss my girls already. Good news though... I have enough leftovers in my fridge to last me for eternity. I'll be eating burgers and french toast for breakfast, lunch and dinner all week long:)
Perfect weekend... perfect weekend indeed.