After a long day, week of adulting its nice to relax and unwind with good food and even better company. Before we use to be able to pick up and go out to eat whenever, wherever we wanted. But with two kids it’s a little bit more different now we tend to stay in more often just because we are tired. This particular weekend we got lucky both kids were each with a grandparent. So we did some yard work and treated ourselves to dinner at Funky Buddha.
What I liked about Funky Buddha is that even though its a brewery it doesn’t feel like a bar. The atmosphere is loud and exciting, the best part is the sign when you walk in that says ” kids allowed before 8pm”. That is great news for us cause now I know I can take my kids if we feel like having some of their yummy eats. But since it was an adults only night we did have some drinks, hubby had the nib smuggler and I had the fire in the hole. I was warned that it would be spicy but I did not find it to be too hot. Then the food started arriving cuban deviled eggs and salmon rice balls to start. The deviled eggs were so good if you don’t like pork then they aren’t for you. Ham, pancetta, and pork fat all in such a small bite but it truly tasted amazing. The salmon rice balls are not on their main menu but was a special that night. I like the crunch and the flavor but I found that they were large I was expecting a smaller bit since it was an appetizer.
Hubby had the Roamer burger which is combination of bison and pork belly topped with bacon red onion marmalade. This was a very juicy burger and the sweetness from the marmalade worked well. I had the Main Street pulled pork sandwich I like the tanginess of the mustard sauce and the apple slaw. Date Night was a success we enjoyed local craft food and spent much needed quality time with each other.
As parents we get busy and can loose sight of our partners so I’d love to know how you make time for your significant others do you plan date nights or is spontaneous? What do you like to do for date night?