What to eat, what to eat?
Fresh apple slices, grapes and grilled brie accompanied the Soda Bread.
My husband told me that I would have to find a recipe for the Blarney Puffballs. I'll get right on that, dear.
Then a salad of lettuce, cucumbers, red onion, mushrooms and grape tomatoes arrived. This is the signature House Salad and came with a tangy, yet creamy dressing.
He liked it, but found that he couldn't finish it all.
This is the house-made Irish Apple Walnut Cake. Oh my. Nirvana, I tell you.
They certainly didn't want anyone to leave hungry. Did it work? My husband requested that I roll him down the stairs when we leave. How about we just both walk down the stairs and down the block to the car?
And did you notice the lighting for the beauty shots of the plates? Since this is an old building, the window sill was very deep and served nicely as a shelf for the plates as I took their pictures. And now you know why I chose the window seat with no view.
All in all this was a very nice evening and we got to visit with some very nice people. Good food is never amiss, either.