11:15 PM, Friday, December 28th, 2018:
There will be a lot of anniversaries... this will probably be the only one spent at a Science Museum with out kids. Very special...
And as is tradition, Talya and I went to a restaurant we'd never been to: Bareburger here in Columbus. Really good! I had Bison and Talya had an impossible burger which I have to admit is just nuts. I mean, with toppings and a bun, you would NEVER know. It's remarkable. It bleeds. Crazy. So that brings our December 28th outings to a healthy NINE now.
Wow. Here they are for future reference:
2010 - Pitfire Pizza (5211 Lankershim Blvd, NoHo, CA 91601) - Facebook Official
2011 - Braemar Country Club (4001 Reseda Blvd, Tarzana, CA 91356) - Wedding Night
2012 - Maximillian's (closed) - Incredible Hungarian Food in NoHo off Lankershim
2013 - Tasty Burger (12525 Vanowen St, North Hollywood, CA 91605) - Take Out 1st night with Cam
2014 - Kahuna Tiki (11026 W Magnolia Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 91601) - Awesome Hawaiin place
2015 - The Sushi House (11388 Ventura Blvd, Studio City, CA 91604) - Starting a Diet
2016 - Sushi Nishi-Ya (1712 Victory Blvd, Glendale, CA 91201) - Literally went to a 2nd Dinner after
2017 - The Sherman (14633, Ventura Blvd, Sherman Oaks, CA 91403) - Cool eatery on Ventura
2018 - Bareburger (4560 N High St, Columbus, OH 43214) - Different state! Yum.
Man that's hard to believe. THere it is though. Glad I kept track of everything. Took me and Talya some time to remember "The Sherman" from last year. It was good, but we found it haphazzardly and never really remembered the name. I also don't do an anniversary entry every year but we have the list complete now! Fun tradition.
And COSI was, well, just massive and very cool. However, we have tons of stuff like that in California and really just wanted to hang with my dad and Lonna who promptly LEFT after about an hour or so because shit was just loud and chaotic. We understood, but spending the rest of the day there without them kinda sucked. I mean - the kids had fun, but we might as well have been in LA by ourselves. Oh well, live and learn. Very cool of them to provide it for us though - the kids actually OBSESSED over the poison exhibit. Should that concern us? They just loved it. They really wanted to know about how poison works and why people die.
Happy anniversary babe.