Living in a new place is always exciting.
I have been from St. Louis
And now to San Diego
Discovering each place has been a magical and lovely experience.
It takes time to get the feel of somewhere.
I have been reveling in the new sights and places to enjoy here.
This weekend was especially spectacular.
Last night the hubs and I were able to hang out with some new friends at Neighborhood in San Diego.
The beer list seems never ending.
Peppered Malt Mignonette/ Goldmine Shaft Cheese Crumbles
As a sweet potato fry connoisseur, my taste buds were very happy with these.
It was a night full of community and the beginning of great friendships.
Now, the best part of the night was me discovering the speakeasy type bar that was hidden behind a wall of fake kegs. I noticed people going through this hallway but never coming out so I explored on my trip to the lady's room (to powder my nose ya know).
The girls and I went in and were told that it was full and since we don't have reservations we'd have to wait outside until a spot opens. When we were about to leave because Neighborhood was closing we were told that the spots had opened.
We were ushered into this small, high-ceilinged room that oozed character and was dark and lovely.
I now know (after some research) that we had discovered a secret bar called Noble Experiment.
The wall of glittering, gold skulls; the creamy white leather booths, the best bartender ever makes this place a treasure in San Diego.
I find this picture of our bartender online.
He is literally holding a trophy after being named San Diego's best bartender.
The night turned into one of the best yet in sunny San Diego.
Our wallets took a little hit, but the memories are definitely worth it. Noble Experiment will be one of our go-to 'celebration spots' for things like winning the lottery and things like that.
I hope that I have many more wonderful findings still to come.
Allison will be here in 30 Days
I can't wait to smother her with my love