Saturday, October 25, 2008
Mistress turns.....on Birthday
Yes,it's true the Mistress is now in her last years of her thirties. Today is my birthday and there will probably be some dancing tonight, although it is raining sluts and whores outside right now and the wind is awful. So,I not sure yet if we will venture out with friends tonight are not. The Mistress doesn't want to muss up her coif. Anywho yesterday,the Boy-Toy called and said I should be ready when he got home, because we were going to dinner. So the Mistress pulled herself together and looked fabulous when complete. When the Boy-Toy got home he got ready and said next weekend was the big gift. A full day at Essentials Day Spa for the full works! I'm already looking forward to that. I hope that little papi that gave me that massage before is still there. Anywho,we left for dinner and ended up in New Hope. New Hope is a little town here in Bucks County that gets a huge gay following. It's rich in history and filled with all kinds of lounges, art galleries, restaurants, gift shops,and witch craft shops. It's like a Twin Peaks kinda of town filled with all kinds of characters. There is also all kinds of ghost tours this time of year as many of the places are supposedly haunted. We have been meaning to take the tour. So, we get down there and park. The Mistress assumes we are eating in New Hope somewhere, but then finds out we are eating in Lambertville in New Jersey! The Boy-Toy made this bitch walk to a different state to eat her birthday dinner! Oh,well it wasn't that bad. It was actually a beautiful night and we could see some sights along the way,plus I now knew where he was taking me for dinner. My favorite place for dinner,Lily's on the Canal!
Lily's on the Canal has always been one of my favorite places to dine. When we arrived the place was packed! And we were happy to see some new items on the menu. After what seemed like a week we made the hard choice what to have. Everything they serve is out of this world. We started with a bottle of wine. The Boy-Toy started with a Poached egg salad and the got the Grilled T-bone with hand whipped potatoes topped with a saute of apple wood bacon and sweet onions that were accented with a creamy horseradish sauce. Yours truly started with a large bowl of Spiced Pumpkin soup which was mouth watering, and then the Chicken Prosciutto pan seared chicken breast topped with melted provolone and prosciutto served in a sun dried tomato cream sauce over a huge pile of eggplant fries! It was a very nice dinner and the atomsphere there is incredible. It is two stories of dining space with a central open kitchen in the middle of the place. So no matter where you are sitting ,everyone has a view of the chiefs in the kitchen making the dinners. On another wall there is a beautiful waterfall that is two stories high made of pewter leaves that was handmade by a local artisan. Upon entering they also have a small bakery that smells incredible. And the music is a combo of dance and lounge. The staff just rounds out the pleasant experience that you will have there. After finishing our dinners,we passed on dessert and opted for a liquid dessert over at another place,The Lambertville House.
The Lambertville House is a boutique hotel thats been there like- forever. We have been there many times with family and friends. Why do we go? They make the best EVER espresso martinis I have had. Dawn ,who is the bartender there makes them so good you can't have just one. And they taste so good in the fall and they just warm you up. They contain I believe, vodka, Bailey's Irish Creme, Godivia Liqueur, Tia Maria, Frangelico, Expresso and then Dawn rims the glass with cinnamon. They are delish! After making small talk and three drinks later,we headed back to the car.On the way back we saw these characters having drinks on the deck of one of the other eateries!
I just had to snap a picture of them. We continued our walk and I have to tell you we were stuffed from all the rich food and spirits. I thought the walk back would do us good and then we came to the bridge and I said to the Boy-Toy that I hoped the bridge would hold us.
After arriving home,we watched some scary movies and ....then,well I'll leave that part out! So the lovely fall weather,a beautiful dinner and three martinis and one Boy-Toy all conspired to make a evening of enchantment!