Editor's Note: Today I am wearing dress by Jon Castor and Chanel kitten heels.
Last night I had dinner with three childhood friends. Laura who I have been friends with for 50 years (OMG I can't believe I am admitting that), Alicia and Janet who I have been friends with since I was eleven. We ate at Fixture on Magnolia and it was my first time to go there. The food and atmosphere was fabulous and we had so much fun catching up! In our busy lives that we all lead, it sometimes hard to carve out time to be with old friends, but is always so worth it! Friends are one of the fabrics of life that makes life worth living! Here are some of my favorite restaurants on Magnolia!
Last night for dinner I wore Ann Taylor jeans and sweater and C Wonder espadrilles and my favorite purse from Gucci!
I love how all these restaurants are in these old buildings that have been converted. My great-grandparents built on Hemphill which is right around the corner in 1910. I am told that Hemphill was one of the first streets to be developed outside of downtown. My great-grandparents house was four-stories and had a ballroom on the 4th floor. There were no country clubs back then. River Crest was developed in the early turn of the century but I do not think it was in exist during the time that my grandparents built their house.
Nonna Tata is a tiny restaurant which is so worth waiting in line to get a seat!
Outside of Nonna Tata!
Ellerbe's has been a wonderful addition to Fort Worth and continues to be a fabulous restaurant.
It is where I will be celebrating my mother's birthday on the 27th of this month!
Shinjuku Station has been a hit every since it opened its stores!
Inside Shinjuku Station
Last night for dinner I did not take a picture of my food but it was delicious!
We shared nachos with brie and hot peppers and I had a salad with grilled shrimp and avocado!
I have always loved this song from Uncle Kracker!