Toy Introductions Day 23: Out on the TownPosted: October 23, 2022 Filed under: Things I Like | Tags: Daily Blog, Daily Toy Introductions, Golden Retriever, Irish Channel, Joel's Lobster Rolls, Miel Brewery, New Orleans, NOLA, October 2022 Daily Toy Introductions, Pete's Out in the Cold, Tallulah, Tallulah Bee, theGoldenBird&Bee 5 Comments
Tallulah’s Turn, again . . .
I’m grabbing the blog spotlight two days in a row. I’m the senior dog now, which means I can do that if I want to. It also means that I can leave Birdie at home with all of our toys so that I can enjoy an afternoon out on the town with my humans.
We stopped into Miel, one of our neighborhood breweries. They brew fabulous beer (or so I’m told) and they have an outdoor space that was just perfect for today’s beautiful weather. My daddy enjoyed a sip or two before the humans feasted on lobster rolls from Joel’s Lobster Rolls. I have a tiny confession to make: I am obsessed with butter. Maybe it’s my Mississippi roots, I’m not sure, but I can smell butter from 100 feet away. In fact, the humans call me Butter Butt. It’s ok because it’s true. Anyway, I definitely smelled the butter, but I was a super good girl.
On the walk home from Miel, we stepped into Pete’s Out in the Cold, our neighborhood speakeasy. You ring a little bell to get in, and there’s a great pet-friendly patio in the back. A couple of the other patrons looked like they had been there for a while and that lady behind the outside bar seemed slightly creepy, but we had a great time. I’ll let Birdie get back to the toy introductions tomorrow, but today was a perfect day to get out with my humans and enjoy a couple of fun neighborhood spots.
That bottom photo is so beautiful!
Thank you. I was kind of glowing, wasn’t I?
Who wouldn’t love butter, Tallulah? You’re our kinda girl! Thanks for taking us out on the town…we know you had a great time with your folks.
Wow, how lucky you were to go to the Brew Pub. I’m even jealous, not to mention Norman & Elsa.
We have several great breweries within walking distance of our house, and they’re all dog friendly. Of course, Birdie and I are much too young to partake. Well, maybe just a small taste.