Friday morning we had quite a deluge of rain in our area. Dear and I had reservations for an early Valentine’s lunch in Bellevue at Daniel’s Broiler. We decided because of the weather not to go to downtown Seattle to our favorite Steak house. When it was time to leave for our lunch the rain had stopped and the skies had puffy clouds with lovely blue. The views out the 21st floor were spectacular. You can see downtown Seattle across Lake Washington.
We decided on Filet Mignon sandwiches and a Coconut Fudge Sundae. Both recommended by our waitress. We chatted with her about Valentine’s day and she said that the restaurant opens at 4:00 and they already had 600 reservations for dinner on Sunday! Yikes. We were happy for the quiet relaxed atmosphere around our lunch celebration. On our way home from the restaurant we drove through Kirkland with more beautiful views of the lake that was glistening and then we got to see how the iconic cow and dog sculpture were decorated for Valentine’s day!
Hope you have a relaxing Saturday y’all!
5 thoughts on “After the Storm…”
Pacific Northwest memories … Be still my heart! Happy Valentines Day… Your early celebration meal looks wonderful. We like to eat a nice meal out in mid-afternoon …late lunch or early dinner … We need some kind of combo word like brunch , but our favorite combination meal doesn’t quite work as a word.
Sallie, how about Linner! 🙂
I had to take a second look at the food collage. Yum. Mostly it is the dessert I am longing for! Have a great weekend!
The food looks absolutely yummy!
A lovely setting to have an early Valentine’s lunch with beautiful views from the 21st floor of the building. That’s high up! The food looks delicious for that special occasion.