Not only are they guide dog puppy friendly (Michele had prepped them! 8-), but the restaurant is charming and the food is flavorful, spicy and delicious. I had the special, the goat stew, which was a type of curry and it was out of this world with such an incredible sauce. It was an effort to hold back and save some room for the tres leches cake for dessert.
Make sure you save room for dessert! It is not to be missed. Now, you may be wondering what Coach was doing all this time. He was not being his usual sit down, fall asleep, good boy self. NO. He was getting up. Rearranging himself. Trying to visit the table next to us. It was as if periodically a jolt of testosterone would shoot through his system and he would be overcome.
It wasn't the good boy behavior we had come to know and expect.
"He's such a good boy," Tanya said. "I didn't even know he was under the table!" I looked at Michele. Hmmm. I guess he had been good, we were just used to better. Coach looked up at Tanya with his sweet face. He's such a ladies man.
Afterwards we went back to their place to chat and meet the critters. The two little pups had a meet and greet but it was ultimately decided that they were pumped up and should stay in their crates. Coach was very pumped about being the only dog and in charge of ALL the dog toys. He then proceeded to lick them all just to prove that he could.
He's a pill.
|Michele watches as Coach chews on one of the nylabones.|
Here he is with Michele chewing on half a nylabone. He also found their glass doors to be intensely interesting as another dog lived out in the reflection.
|Coach is standing at attention looking out at his reflection.|
This dog would peer back in at him and often startled him and made him bark a time or two. We took him closer to the windows to get him over this reaction, but he never quite seemed to make the connection. We also met Bindi the cat, but I haven't had time to process the video.
Something to work on during our next visit for some delicious Cuban food and fun company!