Serendipity Red Velvet Sundae
Washington, DC got its own Serendipity restaurant with Serendipity 3 in Georgetown. My family went there on Sunday to celebrate my sister’s birthday and I made sure to save room for dessert.
I’ve been to Serendipity in NY and had one of their famous frozen hot chocolates (a peanut butter frozen hot chocolate to be exact) but this time I went for the red velvet sundae with vanilla ice cream instead of chocolate (I don’t do chocolate on chocolate on chocolate).
It was good but it wasn’t amazing. I thought the cake was a little dry and I found it odd that they put the hot fudge underneath the ice cream cup on the plate. Why are you making me work for my hot fudge? WHY?! The staff was very accommodating, the manager was silly and joked with us and we had a good time celebrating my sister’s birthday. I’d go back and just order dessert though and not an entire meal. For a glass of water, a salad, a bowl of chili and 2 sundaes the husband and I spent $68. And although that included the tip, I still thought it was a bit overpriced. But I’m always willing to pay a bit more just for dessert.
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A Work In Progress
I realize I neglect Crumbs & Creativity a lot. This is my second blog so it doesn’t get as much love as it should. But as my other blog is reaching it’s 4 year anniversary I’ve been contemplating what I want to do blog wise in 2012 and whether or not I want to continue blogging at all. It sounds weird to say outloud but it’s what I’m thinking about right now.
You know what I want to do?
Take more pictures.
Those are things I that I love to do and am finding that everything else gets in the way. Those are the things that make me happy, relax me and bring joy to my world. So perhaps that’s what I need to focus on doing more of for 2012.
If you subscribe to Crumbs & Creativity via RSS feed or email or you read me when I occassionally pop up in your Tumblr feed, I thank you for sticking around. I’ve got lots of photos and creative things I’ve been doing that I need to post and share and I think I’ll start uploading stuff at the end of this week. I think I just needed a moment to really think about the things I love and figure out how to find more balance in my life.
I’m clearly a work in progress.
Goose Gourds! I’ve never seen these until today but I think they are insanely cool.