Weekends go by fast enough when you have the whole one, right? Well, getting one cut short makes them seem even shorter 😦 Even though my weekend was cut short, I feel as though I was able to do a lot of fun stuff during the time I did have!
Friday night, I went to Douzo Sushi in the Back Bay. I had never been there before, but I was pleasantly surprised by both the atmosphere and the service/food. We sat right at the sushi counter which was fun because we got to watch the sushi chefs do their magic. I had a glass of Cava to start… nothing like bubbly to kick of the weekend!
We got the garlic-spice edamame (holy crap SO SO good. I want to try and recreate this at some point), a few signature rolls and some sashimi pieces. Yum!
Isn’t sushi presentation the best?!
Saturday started with a workout and then some shopping, which was really just a reason to exchange a pair of shoes. There was a Chipotle in the mall so I treated myself to a chicken burrito bowl for lunch. Delish!
My friend Nikia and her boyfriend, Kyle, had a Harvest Party at their gorgeous home in New Hampshire, so I headed north on Saturday afternoon to attend. It was only about an hour trip- love that. No surprise that Kia had the place beautifully decorated!
I was driving back home to Boston that same night, so I had a few glasses of bubbly at the start and then switched to water.
They had games set up outside and I had forgotten how fun it was to play corn hole, beruit, etc. Steve and I (well, mostly me… apparently I’m good at corn hole?!) killed it at corn hole!
Per usual, Nikia had an amazing spread of food.
Thanks for a fun party, Kia!
I made it back to Boston in no time at all and ended up watching the Sox game… I don’t watch sports, so I am glad I picked Saturday’s game 6 game to watch.
Sunday morning was spent blogging, catching up on some TV shows, filming something fun for an upcoming post and getting ready for an afternoon of travel. I love that most airports have Wi-Fi because it allows me to get work done.
I hope you’re having a good week so far, I’m hoping to be back tomorrow with a really fun Wednesday Workout post.
Questions for you: Do you like sushi? What is your favorite sushi restaurant? Favorite drinking game?
3 thoughts on “Weekending: Sushi, Shopping, Harvest Party & Travel”
THAT SUSHI! That looks amazing!!! I used to have it so often when I lived in NYC, but now that I live in Miami it’s much harder to find quality sushi. So jealous! My fave restaurant for sushi by far is Yama in NYC. It’s tucked away on the east side and everything they make is perfection.
Looks like a fun party! I always love backyard bashes. 🙂
you would think it would be easier to get sushi in Miami since it’s near the water! I’m a huge fan of home parties these days 🙂