Liza and I have been joking lately that we're like an old married couple that just sits on the couch together, so we decided to go out last night just the two of us. For dinner we went to a new restaurant called Tiny Thai on the Upper East Side.
The inside looks like a club, no? It's not exactly the type of place I like to go to normally, but it was fun for something different.
I got the spicy flat noodles with chicken and vegetables. It was really good and fairly cheap, too—under $10!
Liza got the yellow curry with chicken and really liked hers as well. Since the restaurant doesn't have their liquor license yet, it's BYOB. We didn't know that, but Liza took one for the team and went back out in the cold to get us a bottle of wine. During the entire meal, we noticed the chick next to us was listening to our conversation. At one point her friend noticed and said, "Did you just hear what I said?" Don't you hate when people do that? She was so obvious about it too, weird.
I never leave home without my FnF stickers! I thought this empty toilet roll was the perfect promotional opportunity ;)
Cab ride photo opp!
Next we headed to Brother Jimmy's on the Upper West Side to meet up with a friend of Liza's from her sorority (sorry, saying "sorority sister" sounds a little Velveeta to me). Brother Jimmy's is my favorite sports bar in the city—hello monster bowl of liquor!
Liza with Kathryn!
As a Clemson alum, I appreciated this flag hanging on the ceiling. I busted through a group of guys to snap the pic!