The Good Day Cafe is a fun and busy place, filled with the clattering of utensils and the chattering of voices. It's uniquely decorated, bright, and the food is amazing, from what I've known in my two visits - both breakfasts.
Betsy and I decided to share. We split this almond-encrusted brioche French toast with raspberry topping, and the ham, brie and mushroom omelette. The signature breakfast potatoes (so yummy) were included. I topped things off with an almond mocha coffee.
"Break Bread" it says. Indeed.
Destination Mall of America, which I dreaded, turned out better than expected. Maybe the cheery welcome by Sponge Bob made the difference!
Bird's eye view of some elders having lunch.
Somehow, we ended up finding THE dress the very first store in which we stopped. And it wasn't even a store on our list. We also visited a kiosk on the way to find shoes and a sweet lady showed us some options for hair. (Wish I could bring her home and have her fix my hair every morning...)
Our final stop was at a different mall, where the Cheesecake Factory lured us. This was Olivia's idea. I didn't know such a place existed, nor that it serves a full menu of food. I had crispy arthichoke hearts and then we split two kinds of cheesecake -- strawberry and lemon-raspberry (yes, I'm fond of raspberries).
Q4U: What good things came your way this weekend?