First dates can really be a stressful experience, for either a man, or a woman. And sometimes, first dates are painful too, if things don’t work out as planned. If you are preparing to go out to your first date, you some consider some extremely important things. Of course, the first and the most important thing is your look. Every relationship starts with physical attraction. So, do try to look your best.
Cosmos at Graves 601 Hotel: This upscale American eatery in downtown Minneapolis serves a 5-course prixe-fixe menu from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Cost is $45 per person, plus amuse bouche (a bitesize morsel before your first course) and petit fours (a small cake eaten at the end of your meal). Kids’ menus are also available. Graves 601 hotel is the only four-diamond hotel and chinese restaurants nearby in Minnesota and is located in the heart of the Theatre District. Parking downtown can be a headache, so enjoy complimentary valet from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., with discounted and validated parking on Block E from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Cosmos is located on 601 First Avenue North with beautiful skyline views.
Waiter at a High Priced Restaurant. This is generally the first job people think of when seeking jobs that don’t require people skills or education. Waiters at expensive food restaurant can make a pretty considerable sum, sometimes as high as $50 per hour. It requires the ability to deal with unhappy customers, good memory, multi tasking, and of course people skills.
Keep it fresh and in season – A simple diet tip for losing weight is to stick with the seasons when it comes to fruits and vegetables. Follow the seasons and eat what’s fresh and cheap or affordable. This will keep variety and simplicity. Eat fresh green beans and corn during the summer. Save more potatoes and broccoli or cauliflower for the winter months. If you read up on vegetables and fruits, you’ll find each one has a season. You always have something to look forward to if you eat your veggies according to what’s fresh.
October rd best restaurant Gluten Free Event at Whole Foods on Ponce de Leon. Dan Edwards, their Demonstration Specialist, is organizing the event and is living gluten-free for one month. More details can be found here.
“Cruisin’ on the Bayou” car show is held Monday’s between 6-9 pm, on Main St., “Downtown” Belleville, Michigan 48111. The location is just off I-94, west of I-275. Get off on Bellville Rd. and head south till you cross over the bridge into Downtown Belleville. Once you cross over the bridge, Belleville Rd. changes into Main St. Once you’re on Main St. you can’t miss the car show. The car show is subject to rain cancellation so you can call Dawn King @ (734)368-1110, or the Bayou Grille @ (734)697-2300 for updates. For more information about the show contact Dawn King @ (734)368-1110. If you enjoy the show like them on Facebook @ Crusin’ On The Bayou.
Don’t let an injury ruin your year and prevent you from enjoying life and taking the chance to have some good drinks and times with friends and family at a happy hour such as these.
There are always the sad things too like the dirty, hungry kids begging for a meal and the same in some adults who are caught short of something and need a loan. They always make it a loan and have the intention to repay it but will never be able to. But just to see a people so happy in their poverty is a treat to enjoy. You will marvel at the tall glass high rise with the lean-to shack alongside. Davao seems to be a modern city built amongst the poverty of the past with both cultures mingling with each other in a fascinating mix of old and new.