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Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Road Trip ~ Part Tres

You are probably thinking that we have already had our fill of eating. Sorry, to disappoint you but no.

Our girl road trips are filled with eating what we want, when we want. Since we both like the same things, it helps in selecting our restaurants. I promised DD that we would have sushi for dinner before the show.

As the skunk girl was the highlight of our trip to the Mall of America so we decided to head to the hotel so we could get changed into our "casino clothes and faces". Which means, out of the jeans into dresses, heels and more makeup and bigger hair than is allowed at the MOA! 

I have a confession, in all my 40+ years I have never, ever worn false eyelashes! Nope, never. We bought some for the show...it was funny just watching us put them on! All thumbs! BUT OMG!!!! They looked amazing! 



When you stay at a hotel, you should be able to ask the desk person for recommendations for restaurants. Right? That's what I thought. So I asked.

"Any good sushi places?"

"Um, let's see. There's Red Lobster down the road."

I don't know about you, but I have never seen sushi at Red Lobster except in the lobster tank. A lot of good that was!

We ended up at Osaka Seafood Steakhouse. Wasn't sure if the half price sushi menu is a good sign or not. On a Saturday? Weird.
It ended up being really good. I can't tell you all what we ordered but one of them was a BMW roll.

Off to Trans Siberian Orchestra later.

BTW~ I am going to Chicago in the morning. So TSO may have to wait!

3 comments:

  1. if someone would have told me to go to Red Lob's for sushi they would have gotten a back hand. Osaka is my FAV resturant...I LOVE the choppy up tables you can sit at (fancy people call it habachi I think....) anyway have fun in Chi-town.

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  2. I was tempted to jump over the counter. But I really didn't want to end up in jail. I love the choppy up tables! Didn't have time for that but we got one up here and I want to go there this week. I get to experience Chi-town from the back of the cab.

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