Tuesday, April 2, 2013

Arts and Yummy




I do not usually blog about food, but tonight is an exception.  What started to be a chore, ended up in a nice date adventure.

My hubby and I went to our afternoon appointment for the inevitable tax filing… and paying, ugh! Not my favorite thing to do, but the motivation is a restaurant suggested by our friend, the Coronado Café, almost caddy corner from our accountant’s office.

The place was a little slice of heaven… a quaint house converted into a small café, simple inside with splash of colors hanging on canvas in almost every wall, without overpowering the elegant mood. I literally walked around inside like a museum (well almost, except for a drink in my hand).  All paintings are creations of Jim Falanagan, a local visual artist, and they are available for sale.


























Visiting for the first time, which will definitely not be my last, I discover that Coronado Café has been around for more than 10 years.  Now I know where I will have my next party.  Their happy hour pricing is very reasonable, have excellent service and oh so sumptuous food! My recommendations are Brie & Lavash and Crab Cake appetizers.  Nomnomnom =)











4 comments:

  1. Love the art!
    We need to see more of
    Jim Flanagan!!
    GW

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  3. Great food and great art, where else would you wanna be? I will be checking this place out indeed!

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