Jim and I headed off to downtown this morning to visit the Texas Art Asylum (http://www.texasartasylum.com/) to see if there was anything we couldn't live without.
Our intention had been to grab a bite of breakfast before heading out, but the café was closed, so we arrived at the shop before opening hour. We took the opportunity to wander around the neighborhood, east of downtown. Although it was a gray, cloudy day, there were some great reflections in the skyscraper windows.
Once inside, we spent an hour or so sifting through fossilized teeth, vintage sewing patterns and other junk before deciding there was nothing we wanted to buy. If you are into recycling or hoarding, you might want to pay a visit to the store.
We were going to stop at Aunt Bea's for lunch but there was a wait for seating so we decided to head back home and check out the Willowbrook' Churrascos. They have an awesome lunch menu, available until 4:00pm (https://www.cordua.com/churrascos-menu.html). We chose the Friday lunch special, 6-oz centercut tenderloin steaks and house salad. The steak is served with grilled vegetables and a yucca patty. Marijke will love this place!