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June 15, 2015

Cafe Bleu, Delray Beach

by jem614

Girls Weekend 019

Saturday morning, after a blissful 10 hours of sleep on our “girls weekend”, we stepped out for breakfast.  Just a short walk from Sundy House are some great breakfast places including: Cafe Bleu.

This is a breakfast spot you’d expect to be in a place like Aspen, it’s warm and inviting with a hip feel to it.  I can imagine coming in here after a long day on the slopes. We ordered our fare, their sandwiches are customizable so I had the egg with spinach on a croissant with Gruyere cheese.  The taste was divine, the Gruyere was a perfect combo and I now have to buy some to make at home because Feta just doesn’t do it for me anymore.  This place has ruined it for me.  The croissant was just a tiny bit more crispy than I would have liked but I can see how many people would enjoy a few burnt edges.

It was also one of the best latte’s I’ve had in a long time.  Mild and frothy with a pretty little design on top.  I don’t know about you but I love a great presentation and this place did it for me.

To visit Cafe Bleu: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Cafe-Bleu-Delray-Beach/1491648234417041

June 15, 2015

Park Tavern, Delray

by jem614

This weekend was one of those weekends that you want to just sit in, soak it up and enjoy the moment.  Friday night and much of Saturday, I spent with a couple of great friends, just being a girl.  Not a mom, not a wife, not an employee.  Just being a girl.  I think we all need those moments that remind us of the no-obligation side of life, the one that we have stuffed down so that we can meet our day-to-day goals of surviving and thriving.

Sundy House, a beautiful Inn in the heart of Delray Beach, was the setting for most of the weekend.  We came in on Friday night and had dinner in the hopping restaurant row.  I honestly can’t believe that there were so many 30-somethings there, I’m so used to the youth on South Beach that kind of intimidates me.  However, don’t let that fool you, these 30 & 40-somethings are fit and dress their bodies accordingly.  If you’re single and over 30, I think you want to check out Delray.

Dinner at Park Tavern was about a 30 minute wait but worth it.  The veggie burger was crispy and so big I could barely fit it in my mouth.  We had corn raviolis and hot pretzels with Red Dragon Fondue (OMG good).  The service was a little slow at first because the place was so packed but our waitress was super adorable and accommodating so it made for a great night.  And of course, no girls night is complete without one shot to celebrate!

Park Tavern has a very big bar scene as well so if you’re not into having dinner, stop by to have a drink if you can find a space!  http://parktaverndelray.com/

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