2.27.2010

Friday was my grandmother's 83rd birthday, so the girls that were at home took her out to eat at Cafe Dupont. I love downtown Birmingham. To me, it's like a little hidden gem. To have fun you kind of have to have a relationship with the city. It's a good ol' southern city with good food, and some pretty cool architecture. Morris Avenue ( a cobblestone street) is probably one of my favorite parts. Trains, bridges, beautiful bridges, gorgeous sunsets, workplay :D (my second home), and so much more.













oh.
My posts this week will either be scarce or non existent.
Gooooo Teenpact!
(school trip...camp...)

5 comments:

Owl of the Desert said...

That food looks so good, and I am so hungry.

Katie said...

I believe you on the HIDDEN GEM part. Four friends and I spent a miserable evening before and after a Chris Thile concert searching for our way in downtown Birmingham... our way, and especially a Starbucks, which we FINALLY stumbled upon, only to discover it had closed a few minutes before, while WE were navigating the confusion of various and sundry roads and alleys which seemed to lead nowhere in particular, but be an endless circle.

Long comment - sorry! I'm sure it really is a beautiful place; my experience was probably not a fair portrayal.

savy said...

Birmingham really is a fantastic city. Love it dearly...miss it.

chelsea rebecca said...

all that food looks simply divine!
HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO YOUR GRANDMOTHER

Amber said...

Yummm, looks tasty.
PS. I left a little something for you on my blog.