I’m going to skip over today’s lunch and let’s just review our fabulous dinner at Le Gourmand. Last Thursday David, Ron, my mother Shirley and I sat ourselves down at a table in Bruce and Sara Naftaly’s fine establishment.
The Seattle Weekly has this to say: “Eating at Le Gourmand is a little like visiting an artist’s studio.”
Le Gourmand and Sambar
425 NW Market St.
Seattle, WA 98107
Dinner Wed.-Sat., evening cocktails and snacks Mon.-Sat.
Our lovely hostess for the evening was the beautiful and graceful Wendy, who should model for David. Wendy, we have to talk. We also got to visit a bit with Meagan, who stopped in from the mod bar, Sambar. Meagan is a brunette Marilyn Monroe FYI.
Bring on the show!
Words fail me when I think about trying to describe the experience of Le Gourmand. Let the taste buds of the tongue tell the story. The vision of the salad alone can launch a thousand ships. Oh, Beauty!
Since we are reviewing today, let’s also return to Haystack. David’s student, Whitney, sent some images from their time in Maine earlier this summer.
Whitney captures things in multiples:
The quote of the week would be from Dale Hart, design patriarch, who said on Sunday “…a high toletrance for pain and color”, when speaking about an artist and private investigator. Due to privacy consideration, I can say no more.
See ya next week after we say hello to September.
One last picture from Whitney: