Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Dining at Cafe- Un Deux -Trois.......



I digress....on Wednesday evening we had our evening meal at Cafe-Un- Deux Trois ...we were staying in Times Square and many of our planned activities were within walking distance...

The restaurant is a beautiful establishment and the waiters were very helpful and courteous. Gorgeous Christmas decor.....sparkling chandeliers....candlelight...





The above pictures from internet website......My pictures leave a lot to be desired. We were advised not to carry expensive cameras so I carried disposable ones plus an old digital....big mistake.....the ones I later made with my phone were so much better.



Delores, Mickie and Mary Jo....
Mary Jo, Jane and Wanda.....



I enjoyed Potager Du Jour, a delicious soup, Poulet Cordon Bleu, grilled vegetables, herbed rice, bread and for dessert, Raspberry Sorbet and coffee.Another evening we saw the play 'Mama Mia' at the Winter Garden Theatre.

Thursday, after The Today Show, we eagerly made our way to Macy's, etc.....more to come.

7 comments:

Lou Cinda said...

How fun!! We went to the Today Show, 16 degrees and a foot of snow! But it was so much fun!!

Lou Cinda

Heather said...

beautiful restaurant! i bet you had a wonderful time with the girls!

Barbara said...

sorry you did not have your camera. Looks a nice place.

Donna, The Decorated House said...

Looks like you had a fabulous trip!

Reflection Through The Seasons said...

Dear Friend Betty......

I’m enjoying your New York trip, the only thing to make it better would to have been there with you. Gorgeous restaurant with lavish decor and the Poulet Cordon Bleu looks quite delicious.

So good to see you all enjoying yourselves. Hope Mary Jo is doing good after her surgery. I’ll be in touch. Hugs - Marion

Betty said...

What a beautiful trip ... You must have felt so special .. and how wonderful to be with so many friends to share it with.
Hugz ...Betty

Mrs. G said...

Hello Betty. It is always so good to hear from you. I am enjoying your pictures of you trip.
Hugs,
Sue