Saturday in Pictures - Part One

A day in pictures. We wanted to take a ride to Bristol or St Marks or anywhere....just to get out on the bike. But it was rainy. So, since I have been wanting crab cakes very much ...that became the focus of errands today.

We went to Momo's Pizza for lunch. They have pizza slices the size of your head. Really - that is how they advertise themselves. Behold Momo's Pizza. I thought I had a closer shot so you'll have to click on photo to see it.

The Lord of Squirrel Head Manor waiting for a beverage and pizza to be delivered.

Some of the beer taps.

I forgot to take a photo before eating. These are huge slices. You can get traditional toppings or more unusual ones like feta cheese, grilled eggplant, sun dried tomatoes, etc. Across the street are many shops, one of which I like as a treat called Joie de Vivre.

This is a shop that sells the most amazing soaps. Among many other things such as books, calendars, aprons, music.....but the soap is a treat.

Next it's off to Fresh Market.

This is a small grocery store that sells the freshest veggies and fruits you'll find in the area. Maybe with the exception of the farmer's market. It's a bit expensive but if you want good produce and a wide selection of cheeses...this is the place.
Here is my son Tristan. Annoyed that the camera came along I'm sure.
Wow, the Scion looks clean in this picture.

I don't know why I didn't take a picture of the wines and cheeses.
Ok, we have to go to the seafood market now.

Southern Seafood. Bought crab meat.

Market Square Liquors - they have a very nice wine and beer selection.

Last stop - Au Peche Mignon Patisserie. Gooey, buttery desserts, breads, cookies and chocolates.

Now it's home to prepare dinner and walk the shibas.


Le laquet said...

So what did you make with the crabs and veggies?

Pierce said...

Cheese grits! It's a southern thing...I'm not a southern girl but I love cheese grits!

We had wicked desserts too from the patisserie. I am going to need to do some serious walking.

Joie de vivre said...

Thanks for taking the picture of Joie de vivre! That was very exciting to see. :) I think that pic of your son is just tooo funny. I will have two of them rolling their eyes at me someday. "Maaauuum, why do you have to take a picture of this food? We are in a restaurant and people are watching!" Ha makes me laugh just thinking about it.

Tangled Noodle said...

I miss the Fresh Market! We had one right across the street when we lived in Charlotte, NC. Great store!

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