I love weekends that are full of very little! Rob and I had a quiet movie night at home on Friday night. We ate leftover enchiladas and made a dent in the leftover dishes from the party.
Major sleep in on Saturday morning followed by even more reading in bed. When I finally did roll out of bed, it was only to watch Northern Exposure in HD and polish all the silver in the house (two of my favorite things!). I rediscovered a cute silver pitcher that my mom gave me over the holidays:
At noon, Rob and I motivated to go downtown for some shopping and lunch. We love getting clam chowder breadbowls at Macy's with all the tourists. The weather couldn't have been nicer!
Later that afternoon, we took a taxi up to Russian Hill to meet Nicole and Dave for dinner. It was so great to see them and catch up on their lives since becoming homeowners. We had a great meal at Sushi Groove and followed it with ice cream sundaes from Swanson's.
After eating, we walked down to one of the strangest places in San Francisco: Harry Denton's swanky Club Rouge that doubles as a fantastic fish taco restaurant during the day. It is substantially less-swanky at 9:30, which I prefer! As soon as the girls with the impossibly short dresses arrived, we all headed home.
Up early on Sunday morning to shower, read the Sunday paper and clean the house. Rob's best friend, Rich, was coming in for brunch with his brother and his fiance. They arrived at 10:30 and we grabbed a patio table at Home. This restaurant does a fabulous brunch complete with a make-your-own bloody mary bar. Yum! We talked weddings most of the meal and brought everyone back to the apartment after to review Rob's wedding photography portfolio. He has the first client of 2008 lined up!
Feeling worn out from our big morning, we rented Children of Men and were lazy for a few hours. I put together a bunch of tough what to wear outfits for the week ahead. We finished reading the paper and had a nice dinner of baked potatoes and artichokes.