St Louis and The Mosers.
Third stop- The Pin Up Bowl. Brett ran into an old college friend here and Mary made a hole-in-one! I would say we were maintaining here.
While we traveled, Mary stopped to lick one of the ice sculptures. You can see the state of it (and us).
Last stop- Three Kings. We had some tasty New Belgium Lips of Faith beer of some kind and had a really hard time finding it on Untapped.
I started texting everyone I knew would reply. Someone received this photo and I’m sure that someone was very glad.
We left Three Kings around 6 pm. It was time for laying around and taking a bunch of selfies while we waiting for our Chinese to be delivered.
Here is a real exchange I had with the delivery guy:
Delivery Guy: “You work at haircut?”
Me: (How does this guy know I just got a haircut?) “What?”
Delivery Guy: “You work at haircut? Your hair look good!”
The next morning we needed so much brunch. Mary took us to Square One Brewery in this adorable neighborhood called Lafayette Square. I attacked some Eggs Benedict and a mimosa. I definitely want to hit this place back up for lunch and brews on another STL go-round.