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Happy two year anniversary to Wonko's

Our friends (and neighbors) Chad and Adele have a toy store in Austin that opened two years ago and tonight, we celebrated with them at dinner out at Kobe Japanese Steakhouse. Happy two-year anniversary to Wonko's! (It's located near the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema and Hobby Lobby on Hwy. 183, in case you're interested. Buy from our friends!)
Kelly and I got the kids McDonald's for dinner while we dined on steak, shrimp, lobster, and sushi.
Hunter ordered this, and I thought it looks so delish, that I conned him out of one of his pieces of sushi for one of mine, which were all the same.
Our chef lit up the tower of onions for volcano of fire.
The shrimp and the salmon looked so tasty on the Hibachi grill.
One of my favorites is the grilled vegetables. The only thing that takes away from the feast is seeing how much oil and butter they dowse on all the food. Kelly's fillet mignon was so tender that it tasted like butter. It was the most tender steak I have sunk my teeth into. It's always a wonderful time when my husband takes me out to dinner, and this was a great excuse to get together, to celebrate with Chad. Congratulations!

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~ Tina said…
hey, love your hair!
~ Tina said…
don't you know all that 'butter and oil' just cooks off in a place like that??? Fat Free, don't cha know!
hey, you only live once!
Holly said…
Yum, my favorite! It's funny, we were at a hibachi restaurant over the weekend too and one of the girls at our table said when she first got there, "oh, I hope it's as good as Kobe!" She said at the end that it was a good competitor and she was glad to not have to drive to Houston for a japanese steak house anymore.
Lonna said…
I love to see all the fun food that you eat. I have seen that store. I didn't realize that it was a kids toy store. How fun.
Julie said…
I will definitely have to check out your friend's store for Christmas and Sheridan's birthday coming up.

That restaurant looks like fun! Where is it?

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