Saturday, February 14, 2015

Adam's Lake Pub for Valentine's Dinner

Happy Valentine's Day everyone! Georgia Boy took me out last night for an early Valentine's dinner, and we found a new favorite restaurant to go to whenever we have a date night away from the kids. A little more expensive and we didn't think it seemed the family type of restaurant, though we did see a few children there last night and the restaurant does have a family dining section, so we'll have to leave that decision to another visit. We left the house with the intention of going to a different restaurant, found out it was closed (not sure why), and then remembered seeing a sign for the one we ended up going to, but not really sure where it was. We did a search on Georgia Boy's phone to see if we could figure out where it was, and then followed the direction to this fabulous place well hidden from normal traffic.
With the name being Adam's Lake Pub, we weren't sure what to expect other than that it would be open year-round (according to the sign), and the name suggested it wouldn't be as kid friendly (how often do you see kids at a pub?). When we got there, though, we almost wondered if we were under-dressed in our jeans and nice shirts. The steaks we had were perfectly cooked, the fries Georgia Boy had were excellent (he said they didn't need any ketchup because they were incredibly tasty), the salad he had and the baked potato I had were both huge portions, the lobster bisque that I had was to die for (I could go and eat a huge bowl of the bisque and leave happy),  the bread with cinnamon butter was quite tasty, and the service was very friendly, even with the large crowd of people that were also there for an early Valentine. They even gave all the women roses. We didn't have reservations, so the only seats available were right by the bar unless we wanted to wait a while for a table. Not usually our choice seats, but it was actually quite enjoyable. I told Georgia Boy it kind of seemed like Cheers - everyone seemed to know each other. They took us right under their wing and the conversation flowed through the entire meal. It was the first time that we've gone out in a very long time where we splurged and still felt like the meal was more than our money's worth. I can't wait to go back when the weather is warmer so we can eat outside by the lake.
It was such a great night out with my hubby!

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