St. Louis Art Museum. As she put it, "Aunt Patty will take me". There was one requirement by me, it had to be a dress up day.So a belated Happy 16th Birthday for Jessica. Her choice for the day was to go to the
Before we knew it, time had flown. We were full of all the art we saw and now hungry for dinner. We had a few minutes to make it over to the Loop for dinner at The Melting Pot. I ordered a split of champagne so Jess could taste and I toasted her. She picked out each of the courses. Our beginning was a Spinach and Artichoke Swiss with vegetables and bread cubes. The cheeses were just delightful ! Then on to a brightly made salad.
The main course was a Coq Au Vin cooking broth and a full assortment of fishes, chicken, beef, and an extra order of lobster all with individual sauces. Wow - this was really good. Jess had tuna steak for the first time! We relaxed, talked about school, summer, which sauce was best with each item we cooked.
The menu at the Melting Pot covers just about everything. You couldn't go away hungry. What you could go away with, is just a great satisfied feeling of great fresh food served in a fun way.