After heading down to Port O'Connor for Memorial Day (I need to get my act together on that massive blog post), Bunny and Nello kept the kids in Austin for a couple days so Josh and I could enjoy a small staycation for my (34th) birthday weekend.
To celebrate the occasion, a group of our friends joined us out for a progressive dinner at Trinity Groves. It was our first time to visit the unique restaurant district and we had so much fun! The weather was amazing, so we were able to enjoy the string of connected patios all night.
We started with tapas and cocktails at Casa Rubia. Everything was delicious, and my favorites were the cheese board, crispy artichokes, chicken croquettes, and mushrooms.
For the main course, we moved on to Resto Gastro Bistro. The food was good, but a bit overpriced. The highlight was Josh asking if the fish special came with a whole fish or just the "breast," followed by our waiter coining the phrase "fish titties." So much laughter.
The Adolphs had to head to a Rangers game, and Erin had to drink her delicious cocktail faster than anticipated.
Next we headed to the Kitchen LTO patio for more drinks.
For dessert, we picked up a couple slices from Cake Bar to enjoy on the patio (as if we weren't totally full already).
It was such a fun night, and I can't wait to go back to Trinity Groves to try out more of the restaurant options!