Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Things to do

First things first, let's talk about the meal I had the other day. Thanks to my friend Alissa having a birthday, we went out a double date to Ohana Steakhouse. I've always been so/so about hibachi meals, but this place is locally famous so I was excited to give it a shot.

You guys - go there. Now. And get the scallops. I wish I had a picture to illustrate how amazing they were, but I devoured them too quickly. First of all, you get A TON of food for your money. And they are entertaining - I could have watched him chop and grill all day. We got lucky and had Cy as our chef who is in all the Ohana's commercials. It was our lucky day!
Dinner and a show!
In other news, my dad came up for Easter and we had a delicious meal at Tartine. Have you been there yet? As soon as you get done at Ohana, head to Tartine. (Maybe this should just be a food blog - that seems to be all I do!) It's a little french bakery cafe with THE BEST SANDWICHES. Anyway, I digress. Go there immediately because they are never full and I fear that they will close and take their sandwiches away from me. Thank you.

After lunch we went to Oz: The Great and Powerful. I have mixed feelings about the movie. For the first half I wanted to poke my eyes out. James Franco was dull, Mila Kunis was awkward (and that's saying something because I love her) and the plot was going nowhere. However, the last hour really picked up and I actually ended up enjoying it. We were all confused though because the plot directly conflicts with Wicked. I thought they were all based on the book series but that clearly is not the case. Someone explain this to me because I'm too lazy to look it up.

Finally, I'm a little distraught that Smash has been moved to Saturdays and is likely to be cancelled. So after you eat at Ohana and Tartine, please tune in so this show can be saved. Does anyone else watch this show? Apparently not since it got banished to Saturdays!

This concludes my list of things for you to do. Thank you for your cooperation.

1 comment:

  1. I am watching Smash.. because I love Katharine McPhee and was devastated when she lost American Idol. So I'll be sad for her when Smash ends, but I think the writing is horrible except for the music (so I guess it's autobiographical since Hit List has good music but a horrible book).

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