Be warned…one of us forgot the camera (I don’t remember which), so these were all taken on our cellphones, hence the bad quality.
Before we went to Dave and Buster’s we hit up Ikea. Very bad idea. Avoid it if possible. My eyes have never been so busy. I wanted to buy everything within arm’s reach because clearly our bank account can afford that type of a blow. Everything I saw, we needed to have. I could not justify the line between needing and wanting at that point.
We first went to Dave and Buster’s during December 2008 at their New York City location and we’ve been itching to go back ever since. This is one of those places I feel it’s more about the experience than the food (similar to the Melting Pot).
Or just a great picture of me.
This can definitely be classified as a selfie fail.
This always happens. The picture can look great and then suddenly right before we hit the button the wind picks up and my hair takes on a life of it’s own.
Inside the restaurant we he took forever to pick out his lunch.
Chicken Fingers and Fries, which was very fitting since that day I was told I have to go gluten free (and dairy free). RIP Chicken Fingers, you will be missed!
The food was, mediocre. Like I said, it’s more about the experience. The waitress brought out these for us:
The moment we have been waiting for. Both of us ordered our meals with a $20 game play each, so we had plenty of games to play on that.
After we ate we headed downstairs to start the games:
Skee Ball. My love.