Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Baby Olive Dines at Sam's Anchor Inn

Arriving at Sam's Anchor Inn
by Pa Rock
Proud Grandpa

Dinner tonight was at Sam's Anchor Inn, a place that was probably the nicest restaurant on the island in the early 1970's when I first dined there - and it is still a very classy joint forty years later.  The chef cooked at our table and did some fancy juggling with the salt and pepper shakers - think Tom Cruise in Cocktail.   Little Olive was mesmerized by the chef!

Erin and I had steak and lobster, while Tim had steak and shrimp.  The meal included a unique bean soup and a garden salad, as well as grilled sprouts, peppers, and potatoes along with fried rice.    It was wonderful!  Tim had a cocktail that was served in a skull!  While we ate we were also entertained by a mynah bird whose beautiful whistling could be heard throughout the restaurant.

Olive would rather have a good book!
It was such a nice night and such a good meal!

Tim's drink.  The deceased had great teeth!
Our chef grills lobster
The Kansas City Macy's

This is how rice is fried!
Us in our bibs
This mynah bird could do a great "wolf" whistle!

Getting ready to head home

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