During Halloween weekend, we had some adventures.
Me, Jenny, Tammy, Brian, Richard, Susan, Peter, Michelle, Wilson P., Long, and Steven all went to:
409 West 30th Street
We had to split up with seating so I sat with Peter, Susan, and Michelle.
It comes with free chips and two different salsa dips. We had already eaten halfway until I realized I had to take a picture. Whoops!
Us four ate at least four times this if not more. It was that good!
Beef Fajita Ala Mexicana [tender beef fajita meat marinated in a soy-ginger spice blend and sautéed with onions, cilantro, jalapenos, tomatoes and lime juice. Garnished with a small salad and sliced avocado. Served with Spanish rice, borracho beans and a choice of tortillas] | $12.50
I got a choice of corn tortillas. Omgosh … I about died. The meat was so juicy and succulent. I was very full. I wasn’t even halfway full. (Maybe it was the chips?) But I made sure to finish ALL the meat. Because it would be a waste if I didn’t.
After we ate, Wilson P., Michelle, Steven, and I were heading back to the apartment and stopped by
Amy’s Ice Creams
1012 West 6th Street
Irish Crème with a waffle cone and sprinkles | ~$5
I’ve never had ice cream with alcohol before so it was a good experience. I couldn’t taste the alcohol but Wilson P. and Michelle thinks it’s filled with it. Hmm …
This was what sparked my ice cream with sprinkles addiction with the last post I made. It was that good. Sadly Amy’s is the best ice cream place I’ve ever been.