She suggested we try the Flight Plan, three glasses of 3 oz. pours from any wine on their list. We went for the Chianti, Caposaldo (2005-Italy), Malbec, Alamos (2006-Argentina), and Merlot "The Scooter", Mollydooker (2006-Australia). I wish I could say I'm a wine snob but I'm not--I liked them all so I'm more like...a wine hog. To describe their flavors in Daly-speak, I would say they were mild, spicy, and spicier.
Polla Bella (grilled chicken breast, portabella mushrooms, baby Swiss, spring mix, tomatoes, roasted red peppers, and garlic mayo, served on a Kaiser roll) while my husband went for the Euro (turkey, prosciutto, smoked gouda, sprouts, tomatoes, and garlic mayo served on a croissant). Both really yummy and served with potatoe salad or taro chips on the side, pickles, and fresh, sweet red grapes.
After brunch, we drove to my husband's parents' home to check on their kitties once again since they were out of town. (I was actually there yesterday to watch their house and keep the kitties company while laying by the pool drinking some mojitos with some invited girlfriends.)
Then a phone call from a friend I went to college with in CA reminded me that she was in town shooting a commercial at Valley of Fire. She is staying at the Orleans Casino so I had to see her for a little bit for drinks.
IMBD.com will surely give you better summary and review than I can ... LOL!!
It was a good Sunday; I got to hang out with good friends near and far...and best of all, my best friend.