Last night, Geoff & I were able to enjoy dinner at one of the restaurant staples of LoDo (Lower Downtown). We met Ryan & Milena (in town on their honeymoon) at Wynkoop Brewing Co. The atmosphere is nice, the food was awesome, and Geoff said he had the best IPA he’s ever tasted. It’s been maybe 6 years since I saw Ryan, who is a friend from my KUCI days. His wife Milena is cool too, and today they head back to Houston to survey the damage to their home. They know for certain that they will have lost all the food in their fridge, but hope that’s the worst of their worries.
It’s hard to believe we’ve lived here for 5 years, and have only eaten downtown maybe three times. I’m sure there are a ton of great places, so we hope to tap into that more often. We took the train downtown, because it’s cheaper and easier than parking there. The only issue is it adds on more travel time (curse of living in the ‘burbs). So while we left LoDo around 10, we didn’t get back to the sitter’s (awesome Amy, Jerry & their kids) until after 11. Elijah was still wide awake, and NOT willing to go home, much less go to bed. Miles eventually crashed at 10:30. I’m gonna owe Amy big time!
Tonight, I’m heading back downtown to go to Women Of Faith with some girls from church. It’s all day Saturday as well. I hadn’t originally planned to go, but Kim got such a good deal on tickets, I thought I’d take advantage of that.
In tv land, I started watching Fringe, which got the lucky timeslot after House. Fringe is right up the X-Files alley, if you dug that, you’ll probably like it too. I’m happy House has returned, since Psych & Burn Notice are done their run until January.
I’ll close with a quote from this week’s House premiere.
Thirteen: This is Dr. House. He’s too brilliant for introductions.