wow. what? yep. it's also a green restaurant. i forgot to take the menu home (it has the whole story of the restaurant on in), but i can give you a little of the story. we drank water from glasses made from wine bottles, and wine from glasses made from beer bottles. the silverware is all antique silver (real silver. dude.), and the plates are made from recycled glass. all of the linen is antique french stuff. and wait til we get to the bathrooms.
but first, the night in pictures.
we sat at the kitchen. it was like sitting at the bar in another restaurant, but instead of watching a bartender, we got to watch them make souffles. it was so fun!
|real silver. antique.|
|the "rise no 1 salad"-- greens, blue cheese, apples, pecans, and a sweet vinaigrette. delish.|
|they gave us a bread guillotine. but the knife was dull.|
|skip to dessert. we devoured the dinner so fast that i forgot to get a photo. but here's our delicious chocolate souffle.|
|husband ordered coffee and it came on its own tray.|
|weird, but i just had to show you the bathroom. you pull the handle to flush.|
|anyone read french? what's this say?|
|communal sink. with soap on a stick. and linens. i told you, it's green!|
|as we left, they gave us a "thought for the night"|
|and, we passed a brand new cupcake place that was closing for the night. the raspberry cupcake was my breakfast the next day.|