We met up for Easter brunch at Ivar’s Salmon House and our party of THIRTEEN adults and three kids crammed into a long table against a back wall.
It actually turned out to be okay once we got settled but it was a pretty tight fit. But hey, what can you expect at such a small restaurant?
We had the boys set up at the outermost part of the table and then changed our minds and moved them in to the part of the table that was between the walls and the next table full of people. It helped keep the adults in the area easier to get in and out and we ended up with the nice window view. The boys loved pointing out all the boats going by.
Uncle Curtis and his daughter Nora.
At one point this cuteness happened but I was still inside enjoying chocolate covered strawberries.
Our table set up.
Miles discovered chocolate covered marshmallows. Which was a very rare treat.
The view from our seat.
Dining with friends.
You gonna eat that?
No one gets between Miles and his chocolate.
Our family was all there too but I’m glad our good friends Zandra and Kerry joined us, they’re basically family anyway. Thanks for the fun brunch date ladies!