Then the festival ended. And we were hungry. And wanted to continue celebrating our anniversary. We brainstormed several places we could go, but some were a la carte dining, tapas, small plates, etc. so naturally we settled on Russian Tea Time. Carl is German, and I'm part Polish, so we knew we'd definitely be able to find food we loved.
Last but not least, as if we had not already had enough to drink between the wine festival and the bottle of champs, we couldn't go to the Russian Tea Time and NOT try a flight of vodka, am.i.right? Not sure what to chose, we settled on splitting the house flight - Coriander, Black Currant Tea, and Lime. Pumpernickel and pickles were provided so we took each sip the 'traditional Russian way' (that we looked up on their menu). This vodka was smooth. I am not a vodka person.. not not not.. just not me. But this was good. Now that I'm looking at the menu online to write this and I know how smooth it is, I'm wishing I could've made my own flight. I'd pick Mint, Coffee, and Cinnamon. Yum. These new choices coupled with the amazing food gives us an excuse to go back, because I definitely will be stopping there again. Delicious!