Saturday, June 8, 2013
We're always trying areas restaurants -- and here are dishes from two longtimes. A awesome looking beet salad from the Seaport Grille (and it tasted as great as it looked) and a Rocky Neck Omlette from Sugar Magnolia (that's a Irish eggs benedict across the table).
A Blue Shutters first...bagpipes on our lawn. Later in the day, Ralph would be entertaining guests at wedding -- many of whom stayed at the Shutters (those a a bunch chilling in the yard prior to heading off to the ceremony. This was one of many Gloucester weddings where the bride and groom stayed with us. But none of these had bagpipes.