First, we went to Boston Market across the parking lot. Most of our dinner was in an empty dining room. It still amazes me how we manage to time our eating to do that as often as it occurs. (We ate at about 5:00 p.m.) The food was good as it always is, but it took close to five minutes for an employee to actually take our order (which was unusual, they're really fast most of the time). The employee who walked the food to our table was super friendly so he gets a gold star.
We walked over to Brushfire Ice Creamery after our dinner at Boston Market. I had caramel brownie ice cream, Anthony asked the very nice employee to create a milkshake from peanut butter pretzel ice cream and had him add a bunch of peanut butter to his shake. I had a taste of his, it was really peanut buttery. My ice cream was wonderful. I think it was the best ice cream I've ever eaten in Tucson. They make it from scratch at their store and it's super duper thick. Amazing. I'd highly recommend it.
|Front counter at the 22nd and Kolb Boston Market location|
Hello? Hello?! Anyone here? I'm hungry!
|Sneaky photo of Anthony:|
He gets enough napkins every time he eats to kill a forest
|Anthony's Chicken Carver sandwich, stuffing, and mashed potatoes and gravy|
|My chicKEN Market Bowl with mashed potatoes (under there somewhere), corn and gravy|
|We ate dinner in a barren Boston Market|
Another empty restaurant photo to add to my collection
|Brushfire Ice Creamery at 22nd and Kolb (next to Brushfire BBQ)|
20+ ice cream flavors all made at the store from scratch
(You can even add liquor to your ice cream creation if you're 21 or over)
|Stuff to mix in and add on|
|Anthony's peanut butter pretzel milkshake with extra peanut butter|
|My two scoop cup of caramel brownie ice cream|