Mastro’s Recap

Hey guys!

Sorry I haven’t kept you all posted about my dinner at Mastro’s last night! Been super busy spending the day with Alana, her boyfriend, Chase, and a few of his friends!

We went miniature golfing!… unfortunately, I was having an off day and LOST!

Here’s what I ate yesterday though. Lots of good stuff!

Breakfast

I made breakfast for mom, Alana, and I. A mini whole wheat and corn tortilla with a plain egg, black beans, laughing cow cheese, a small amount of shredded cheddar, and salsa. All wrapped up into pure deliciousnesss 🙂

At school, I live right above a little grocery store called Highland Market. They’re known for their breakfast burritos which are filled with a variety of meats, cheese, and potatoes. People get them at any time of day… even at night  ESPECIALLY at night. Try 3 a.m.!

Anyways, they’re amazing but HUGE and super fattening. This is a lighter version that is just as satisfying without all the unnecessary fat and calories!

Lunch

Amazing rainbow salad with beets, red bell peppers, mushrooms, carrots, blueberries, dried fruit, feta cheese, and slivered almonds. + some pan fried tofu (unpictured).

DELICIOUSSSS.

Dinner

Let me just say that Mastro’s Steakhouse is my new favorite restaurant. And that is not such a good thing because it is super pricey and it’s one of those “special occasion” places.

This dinner was to celebrate my Dad and my cousin, Scott’s birthdays.

But everything, as I expected, was great. The service, the food, the atmosphere. EVERYTHING.

We started off with an enormous seafood tower that had lobster, jumbo shrimp, oysters, and Alaskan crab legs.

Plus, some pretzel rolls. My fave. ❤

For my entrĂ©e, I ordered the petite filet done medium well (I don’t like much pink in the middle. I like my meat cooked veryyy well).

Plus I had a little bit of each of the side dishes that everyone shared family-style.

Lobster mashed potatoes, steamed broccoli, roasted brussel sprouts, and baby mushrooms! The steak was so soft and moist and the side dishes were all TO DIE FOR.

The brussel sprouts were my personal favorite!

And here are a few pictures from the night:

Mom and Dad 🙂

My aunt Jill, Alana and I

(from left to right) Scott, Maury, my uncle, Jill’s best friend Valerie, cousin Josh, Jill, Alana, Me, Mom, Dad, and Jeremy 🙂

After dinner we went back to their house to open Hanukkah presents (a few days early!). We had so much fun and I want to thank my family for the cute Splendid leggings they got me, as well as for the amazing dinner! Such a special treat!

I’m SO tireddd so I’m off to sleep! Talk to you guys soon! Goodnight!

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