For Easter, Tonia and Brian invited us to join Brian’s family for a brunch. Well, we started exploring on where to eat and I had told her that Mehul and I plan to go hang out at the National Harbor for the day. It turns out that Brian’s parents did not mind meeting us there for brunch/lunch also.
We picked Rosa Mexicano because Tonia had been waiting for the Guacamole en Molcajete (i.e., live Guacamole) 🙂 We ended up ordering two: one extra spicy and the other mild. They were both great. I got Vegetales a la Brasa/Skillet Roasted Vegetables for my entree and it was soooooo gooooood. Brian’s dad, Mike, treated us for the lunch, which was very nice. Thanks Mr. Dollinger 🙂
After lunch we went over to check out the Gaylord Hotel and then walk over the the mini-beach to see “The Awakening” and treated all of us to some Gelato, which I only had 3-4 spoonful of it 😦
I would definitely come back and hang out at the national harbor next time I am in the area. There is this restaurant named “ketchup” that I would go eat at. It just looked cool 😉 – hopefully they are veggie friendly!