Although my hygienist, Amy, who is now a KERF reader (hi Amy!) noticed I have been flossing less. Time to get back on that wagon! I really do love flossing, I just got a little slack with it – more like 4-5 times a week instead of 7. Not having any cavities (and eating lots of savannah bars!) is reason enough to get back going!
Matt napped on the couch while I worked later this afternoon. It was gorgeous out!! I also didn’t get hungry all afternoon – makes me think my body thought the bubblegum toothpaste I was cleaned with was food! We still weren’t terribly hungry at 7pm, but we had to go to the bakery to check on the power situation.
So we decided to go for a quick dinner out on the way!
Our destination was Boylan Heights, Cville’s famous burger bar.
And this snippet from their website is why I love it there:
Actually, we ate at Boylan Heights for the first time about a year ago. It was a busy Saturday and we didn’t have the greatest experience. Right after the bakery opened, I met the owner, Kara, who had read my post, and she invited us back to try it again with a gift card. I felt horrible for not giving it a great review, so tonight we returned.
We lucked out with fabulous lighting in an open-air spot under a garage door!
Beer for him, club soda for her. So much better than plain water!
They have a veggie burger, a vegan burger and loganic grass-fed beef. Tough, tough choice!! Since the veg ones did contain onions, I went with the beef. I don’t order burgers out much because you don’t know the source of the meat, but this time was different, so I decided on beef.
I ordered mine with goat cheese (!!!!), tomato, K+M and lettuce. I love a fru-fru burger, but lately I’ve been into back-to-basics flavors.
It was delicious, and the bun was especially buttery good.
Salad on the side! The jack cheese was my favorite part. The vegetables were my favorite part
Matt built a burger with smoked provolone and sweet potato fries – I bartered about a quarter of those in exchange for 1/3 of my burger. He agreed!
Very glad we went back – this meal was delicious.
After dinner we held our breath as we counted the lightbulbs from The Corner to McIntire Plaza
We have power, but we do not yet have internet, which could be a problem with our registers and phones tomorrow.
We worked for a while, calling employees and throwing out all of the perishables in the sandwich cooler So sad. So very sad. But a few hundred dollars in food is nothing worth risking any kind of sickness from – non-negotiable.
Have you ever been in a bakery, at night, that you own, with 2-day old cookies?
I don’t recommend it.
I DO recommend it!!
Dessert on the house!!