Friday, April 24, 2009

Goodbye East Side Pt. 3 (of a series)

I almost considered staying on the East side for Jill's Paint Shop. It's a-fucking-dorable in there. Two giggly twin brothers who work there love to gag around (my kind of people) while they're talking to you about semi-glosses and satins. One of them is a sommelier, and at 4PM they have wine tastings in the back.

While I was there they had frozen chicken tenders delivered. What's not to love?

Thursday, April 23, 2009

Goodbye East Side Pt. 2 (of a series)


I like Home cause when you're planning to go there to eat and one of your friends doesn't know about it, it makes the conversation really confusing.

"So meet you at your house?"
"No, Home"
"So your house?"
"No the restaurant"
"The restaurant named Home?"

Also, they have huge portions. I had breakfast there this morning and took the other half home and am about to enjoy it as lunch. It's outdoors, but be weary on Sundays. Hung over hipsters try to sneak drags of cigarettes on the open patio and talk really loudly because their ears are still recovering from The Echo.

"The echo, like in a big loud cave?"
"No, the small music club"
"Oh, ok"

Goodbye East Side

I am officially moving further West. The weekly need to go to Santa Monica for one reason or another is driving me bananas. Plus, I want to be walking distance to my gym on La Cienega (6 pack abs people). However, despite the close proximity to the Smith machine, I will miss the adorable things here in Los Feliz/Silverlake. Such as.....

Sunset Pho

In all honesty, I'll probably still drive to this place once a week. Pho Cafe has no sign, is full of dirty hipsters and is super sleek. I heart it. Except that it's cash only. I love it cause it's clean inside, they just installed AC, it's super yummy and super healthy.

This is a photo of my friend Joe, from Chicago, enjoying Pho.

From Gibblertron Blog Photos

Thursday, April 9, 2009

Uh Oh

While doing mom research, and wearing this scarf:

From Gibblertron Blog Photos

I saw this in Redbook:

From Gibblertron Blog Photos

Wednesday, April 8, 2009

How the real world works

When something goes missing, don't blame the cleaning crew. Find out who near you has a trust fund. I bet you find the culprit.