dying to try forever – a downtown favorite, Bottega Louie.
The rows and rows of sweets had the fat girl inside me clawing to get out. I wanted it
all and made a mental note to try everything.
Are you drooling on your keyboard yet?
restaurant! Everywhere you look, it’s a simple, white backdrop with waiters
buzzing about, jumping from table to table.
Get there before 12! The line starts early .
We ordered the eggs benedict, dipty eggs and lobster hash and paired it off with a
bloody mary and a French 75 for good measure. The lobster hash was light and
delicious although I could’ve used more lobster and less of the potatoes.
And of course I couldn’t leave without trying one (or five) of their well-known
macarons. All of them were delectable but the salted caramel was easily my favorite.
I forgot how beautiful it is inside the Pantages with its’ tall guilded ceilings and a
very art-deco feel to it. The play was absolutely hysterical, great songs, and some
really smart points. “Maggots in my scrotum” had to be my favorite part. Never
thought I’d get a chance to write that!