As you know, I am a huge proponent of minimal and comfortable outfits each weekend. It is rare, unless we are going out for a date that involves sitting, that I’m opting for heels over flats.
This weekend, Arnie and I made our first visit to the strip district in quite a while. When it comes to food, the strip district is the best place to find fresh bread, produce and meat in the city. And, on top of that, there are so many great coffee spots, restaurants and speciality shops to entertain you while you shop.
We tried Smallman Galley for the first time; I love the story behind the concept, so today I’m sharing with you:
The Smallman Galley concept was envisioned at sea by two U.S. Navy Lieutenants. In traveling the world, they experienced grand food halls featuring the most unique culinary talent those nations had to offer. Smallman Galley was founded on the belief that talented Chefs here at home deserve a fair shot. We exist to break down the barriers to entry in this notoriously restrictive industry.
On a warship, meals are at the center of daily life – this is the time when the crew can relax and unwind from the rigors of life at sea. The “Galley” is the place where the food for the entire crew is cooked and served. It symbolizes a tight community of hard-working people striving toward a common goal. The word “Smallman,” aside from being the street on which our incubator is located, is nearly synonymous with “local.” Our goal is to make local extraordinary by showcasing the very best culinary talent our city has to offer.
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Did you guys do anything fun this weekend? I’d love to hear about it!