This restaurant has got to be the best Thai food in the city, and the hardest to get into. It’s small, so there is no room to wait in the actual room. You have to wait in the hallway or hotel lobby. It’s worth it! The red curry is to die for. Look for the red and yellow signs at the corner of 16th Avenue and 19th Street N.E.
Okay, this is a private party, but you know you work for an awesome company, when they stage a rock concert at Flames Central for employees and their bands to perform for co-workers, friends and family. Lot’s of great music, company, and food!
What man takes a woman to watch figure skating on Date Night! A man who is the best partner in the world!
We drove up to Canada Olympic Park and I thought we might be going to an outdoor concert or something. Into the Markin MacPhail Arena we go, and my mouth drops when I see hours of watching figure skating ahead of us. He even brought the picnic of cheese, crackers and um…coffee (yes, that was it – coffee!). Best of all, it was free. It is adult, so not a whole lot of jumps but some of those skaters are really good. It’s so great to see the skater’s children join them after the skate in the Kiss and Cry section. There are mens, womens and couples sections. We left around 10 pm for some food at the delicious Golden Inn, the very first restaurant we ever went to as a couple 27 years ago.
Skate Canada Adult Figure Skating National Championships, Easter weekend, Canada Olympic Park, 2015