Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Project 52 Date Nights: Discovery

One of the best things about living in a new city is that there is so much to discover. We get to search for our new favorite Mexican restaurant and decide who serves the best barbecue or desserts and where the best coffee house is. We get to explore and try out new eateries and find new haunts. 

Monday night I had a headache and did not feel up to the task of cooking in our itty bitty kitchen, so we opted to go out for dinner. Since we live at the Lookout Mountain exit, we chose to look for a restaurant on the mountain {with the back up plan to go down to St. Elmo's}. 

I googled "best places to eat on Lookout Mountain" and Cafe on the Corner and Guthries Chicken popped up. Guthries looked like a local version of Zaxby's so we decided to go with Cafe on the Corner. This was a good decision since Guthries closed at 8PM.

Cafe on the Corner was quaint. We wanted to sit outside and the early evening temps were conducive to that. We decided to get the Grouper sandwich with homemade chips and a Black-and-Bleu Burger with fries {we like to share so that we can try new things}. The food was delicious. 

I can't tell you how nice it is to go out on a week night together. Five months of separation during the week really robbed us of simple pleasures like getting to eat meals together and sharing how our days went.

Cafe On The Corner on Urbanspoon

2 comments:

  1. Well, I pray that you two "happen upon" some nicer restaurants in Chattanooga soon!

    Yes, it sometimes takes a while to find a "favourite" restaurant when you move! I've been here in the Nagara area since August of 2007 & I believe that I've now attained a whole new batch of "favourites" here!

    - Bernice

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  2. Bernice - my rule of thumb is that it takes about 2 years to get comfortable in a new place and determine all of your local favorite places. Glad to hear that you have found favorite spots in the Niagra area :)

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