On Friday Sean and I went on a traditional dinner and a movie date. We started with a tasty meal in Arlington at Green Pig Bistro. We had had our hearts set on burgers at a place called Ray’s Hell Burger. Sean’s been before but I hadn’t. President Obama went and it’s well thought of here in DC. Well, it was until now because it’s closed! I’m not sure they plan to reopen. I’m bummed I missed out on a Hell Burger, but we still had a good meal at Green Pig Bistro.
We misjudged the timing between dinner ending and the movie starting so we walked all over Arlington. Now that we’re not drinking the old default activity of stopping for a drink is no longer an option. Probably a good thing but a bit of an adjustment. We were able to walk by the court house where we got our marriage license though, which was fun.
Sean wanted to see The World’s End, a movie by and starring the same group that did some of his other favorites, Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz. We went to a theatre where you reserve your seats which recline!
It’s pretty cool to watch a movie while reclining, not going to lie.
We skipped dessert at Green Pig Bistro so we could have a healthy bucket of diet soda and a giant bag of peanut M&M’s.
This movie has oddball/British humor, but overall I recommend it. Sean does too because he belly laughed through much of the movie. I love when he belly laughs.