As you heard by now, Frankie (Senior Biologist) is leaving Caltrans and I believe that next week is her last week She is available next Wednesday (3/30) for a lunch so would like to extend the invitation to you all. Let me know if you can make it and we can think of a place to go but one suggestion is the new Cuban restaurant (formerly Vo’s) across from our building. Thanks, Kelly
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The type of American food she prepares are ribs, rice, mashed potato and green salad, and spaghetti. She usually eats breakfast between eight and nine in the morning, lunch between eleven to one in the afternoon, dinner around five to seven in the evening, then super at nine at night.
La Tapatia is open at Monday's, Wednesday- Friday. It is a good place to go when you’re hungry because you can buy stuffs in the front part of La Tapatia or in the backside if you are hungry for tacos or other type of food.”If you haven’t tried Dollar Taco Monday than you are missing out.” wrote Spencer T. when he posted it in the website of La Tapatia.
The common cuban-american tradition of diners, lingering for hours followed by nostalgic storytelling of life back in cuba, have always intrigued me. Having never traveled to cuba,
She and I also had a brief chat about internships and what I was interested in doing. She had me fill out an application on her iPad, in order to get and giver more information to me. I gave her my email and I hope to be in touch with her. I hope to hear about
We had a good time and she seems to be doing well. She told me that she started an "adult transition school" and is learning life skills and doing volunteer work with her class. She said that her class volunteered at Walgreens stocking shelves recently. My beautiful Abbie was so sick with the flu and a fever this past week, but is doing better now. My Gracie pie is working hard and Carla and I were suppose to FaceTime her the other night, but Carla has been so sick with a bad cold this week (she is doing a lot better today) that we weren't able to call her and hope that we can call her
If you’re looking for a Mexican restaurant that’s almost better known as a great place to sit and sip margaritas with your friends after work or on a Saturday night, then this is the place for you. Sure they may be equally well know for having great food, a pleasant atmosphere, impeccable service, and for being one of the best catering companies in the area. But, you’ll love them for the margaritas just like everyone else.
Serrano's Cafe & Cantina features a full bar that offers tasty cocktails like margaritas and other libations. It has a happy hour and daily specials during the week. This restaurant provides brunch on the weekends and caters parties, as well
I highly recommend dinner at Louis’ Restaurant. It is a small diner that sits atop the hill of Sutro Baths. It offers a spectacular view of the waves coming in from the West. The menu is complete with affordable, classic American food, and also includes beer and wine. Louis’ is one of few non-pretentious dinging spots in the city and has a very pretty laid-back
Cuban Café Boca Raton restaurant is been operating for 21 years. Lunch and dinner with great service are offered in their locations decorated with an essence of old Cuba. Its restaurants offer private parities and other services for small and big corporations. Overall, this organization has been successful and has been able to survive during difficult times. The management decisions and strong passion for the business is what makes their restaurants competitive in their local area.
I met my friend for lunch at Luna Café in Kanata on Monday, October 23, 2017 at 11:30 a.m. We sat and talked for approximately 3 hours as she spoke about her recent medical problems. The restaurant was extremely noisy, so we ate first, and then we talked more intensely once the crowd thinned out.
Havana brims with Cuba’s best nightlife, which hinges on music and dancing.. Bars and clubs are aplenty, and some even throw a drink or two in with the cover. Kick off the night with a daiquiri -- yes, they're so good you won't even feel (that) ashamed ordering one -- at Madrigal, a swank but breezy bar that attracts artists and movie types. One standout hotspot is La Zorra y el Cuervo, a subterranean club that churns out great live jazz nightly. For Havana’s biggest and best party, La Casa de la Musica (the Centro Habana location is the edgier of the two) draws scantily clad chicas (both local and tourist) who salsa with reckless abandon to live tunes. And, to take a preventative edge against a wicked hangover, be sure to kindly request "no mucho azúcar" (not much
I would be very grateful if I was given the opportunity to explore the historic city of Havana along with touring the Cuban countryside. Pictures, videos and other forms of portrayal of the island that I have seen reveal gorgeous sights. The old architecture in the