I also knew we should go before it’s seriously hot in these parts, and the nights don’t cool down.
Naturally everything else went on hold at this moment, and we sat down to enjoy a seriously delicious quesadilla and chips.
I went with the traditional liege waffle with biscoff spread, strawberries, and whipped cream. Both were good, but the classic won out by just a thread for both of us.
We caught some senior pictures in session, a craft party store closing up, and lots of people on dates walking around. I can think of no other word than charming to describe the area.
At the end of the street we ran into Heritage Court, a location neither of us have been to, even after 10 years of living here for Jacob, and 7 for me.
So many cool mom and pop shops, some great tables and benches to hang out on, and a Euro Cafe that I’m pretty sure we’ll be visiting soon for another date night.
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