Friday, November 23, 2012

It's the neighborhood

Outside the patio of The Main Ingredient.
I feel so lucky to that we found a house to rent Coronado Historical District.  We have at least a dozen really good restaurant within biking and walking distance to our place and we probably visit them two or three times a week.  Between Bob's work schedule and my time spent studying, we're just not doing quite as much cooking as we normally would so having dining options close by is a huge ammenity for us. 

Just a fudged night shot that turned out to be kind of cool.
Walking and bike to them really helps us unwind and lends a bit of playfulness to our evening.  The Main Ingredient is a favorite neighborhood destination and seems to be especially so for people who like to get around by bike. 

Another bike date?
We always see lots of bike locked to the fence surrounding their front patio. If you are in the area and want to pedal over for a bite, the quesadilla is the best I've ever had.

4 comments:

Dan said...

Jealous! I need to find a neighborhood like that.

http://danonbike.us

She Rides a Bike said...

Dan, that is what we said for about 5 years when we were in Flagstaff. We really missed having cafes, bars and restaurants within walking distance. Just a few blocks away is the Phoenix Art Museum and the soon to be home of the Phoenix Opera, where I hope they install some really nice bike corrals.

DAN said...

The fuge picture looks like you are ridding real fast.

She Rides a Bike said...

Dan, we were actually pedaling slowly down the street at night.