We ate their fresh artichoke chicken pizza and lamb soup. And to take home, a piece of gourmet cheese. You can read more about the cheese in my “wine and cheese” page.
There’s “du-du” eating her pizza. Yummo!
Pottery Barn on 23rd street has recently expanded its store to include the Bed and Bath department as well. I was there a month ago for a class and it looked pretty good inside.
23rd street is a hip and trendy shopping and restaurant area. Two things I dread is expensive price tag and parallel parking. I did, however, found a bargain shoe shop, Ether. Sometimes, they mark down their shoes to $5 if there are only a few left. The following store is Urban Outfitters.
I tried to capture a photo of daddy and the kids. I think I did pretty well, considering our baby kept moving around.
And for dinner, we went to NakWon on 1st street in Beaverton. I did not eat too much pizza, so I was starving by 4:30pm. The following is the complimentary side dishes they offered us tonight. Their steam eggs was good. I thought the anchovies could be a little crispier. After the hearty meal, we decided to go to Costco. Ironically, I bought a Korean cook book written by Wei Chuan there for only $9.99. Hymm, I should start a page on Korean food in the near future.