We were slightly off the grid this weekend as it was hubby’s 38th birthday on Saturday. He was at work for most of the day while I attended a friend’s baby shower, but we did celebrate that evening by going to dinner with friends. We went to Genghis Grill for the first time, and it was great! You build your own stir fry bowl with your choice of proteins, vegetables, spices, sauces and even starches. They are pretty new to South Florida, but seem to have many locations throughout the country, particularly in a lot of the Central states.
Yesterday, we were looking for something fun and inexpensive to do, visited another “new to us” place, Schnebly’s Winery in the Redlands, the Southernmost winery in the United States. We were supposed to go the night before after dinner, but didn’t make it so we headed that way for the afternoon. It’s a lovely family-friendly place that offers tastings of the fruit wines they produce. You can choose table or dessert wines, and you keep the glass they give you for 50% a tasting on a future visit. They offer tours, reservations for special events like birthdays or other celebrations, and have live music or karaoke on the weekends. Hubby loved it, and we definitely plan on going back often.
It was a fun weekend trying new things, and a great start to hubby’s 38th year.