Our Memorial Day weekend was full of work, more work, laundry and work. It wasn’t the most of exciting of weekends, but at least we have clean clothes now. Mr. Beez and I did manage to sneak out for a date on Saturday Night and had a lovely time.
Mr. Beez said this was one of the best Old Fashioneds he’s had, hands down. I had the Louisiana and a Georgia Julep and they were both light, summery and awesome (of the two, the Louisiana is my favorite).
We ordered the delicious small charcuterie plate. We really should have gone for the large. Amazing.
Next up we went to a Pittsburgh Power game. Honestly, never would I ever have picked a Power game for a date nite outing. We were invited to the game by a work contact of mine, and I thought “what the heck?” We had a CRAZY FUN time. Even with the help of the internets on our phone, we couldn’t really figure out what the rules of the game were, but it was fast paced and fun. Pittsburgh was up for most of the game, then in the third quarter we fell behind, OH NO!
But we put it all back together, and then some, in a crazy exciting fourth quarter and ended the game with a V-I-C-T-O-R-Y. The Pittsburgh Power is an awesome family event. It has all the usual sports excitement, but is not nearly as crowded as a Steelers or Pens game. The tickets are far less expensive to boot, and at every game they offer $1 hot dogs and $1 7-ups. I perfect, reasonably priced family outing. We can’t wait to go again and bring Baby Beez with us!
After the game, like usual, we were in need of late night munchies. Despite having lived in Greenfield for SIX YEARS, we had yet to make it to the local neighborhood bar, Houghs. Houghs is laid back, friendly and neither too hipsterish nor too much of a townie bar. They have an amazing beer selection, both on tap and by the bottle. Their menu is classic bar food, perfectly salty, meaty and hearty to round out those brews.