I will be very happy when Time Warner decides to give Mikey his cable and internet back. I’ve been relegated to stealing internet from neighbors just to get posts up and I must say that it sucks the big one. So anyway, I apologize for missing last night’s post and hope that this one will make it up to you.
Also, I don’t have pics of this place because I only had my cameraphone and this restaurant was darker than Wesley Snipes, so sorry.
So I went out last night to see Angels & Demons with a friend. Before we saw the film, which I was disappointed in quite frankly, we decided to stop in at Sunset Terrace to have a couple drinks and some dinner.
Sunset is a little dark even in the day. The furnishings are nice, but the lack of light makes the bar seem out of place considering it’s in a mall in Thousand Oaks. Still, they are always busy and right next to the theater so it’s a great place to get drinks before a show. I personally need at least 3 beers before seeing anything with Tom Hanks. Continue reading
Unfortunately, we must interrupt our regularly scheduled programming due to technical difficulties. Normally, on Tuesday nights, Mikey would be bringing you his latest recap of Deadliest Catch. However, because some vandals destroyed the cable box for his entire community, poor Mikey is instead listening to the Angels game on transistor radio and attempting to boil hotdogs on his diesel powered hotplate. Good luck with that, Mike. I got your back…
Dorothy’s Chuck Wagon Cafe – Old Town Camarillo
The reason why I decided to give this place a try was because my Mom told me to. No other reason, really. When Mom says go, I go, but it ended up making for a nice little Saturday morning.
Camarillo is not a town that I spend a lot of time in, but I might make more trips out from now on. The town boasts a nice little farmer’s market every Saturday morning and it’s right down the street from Dorothy’s Chuck Wagon Cafe.
I went for breakfast, this morning, to a place a couple of neighbors had told me about. It’s a little, and I mean little, diner right off the 126 hwy called the 126 Café. They said it had a lot of history and had been around for something like 40 years and that they had one of the best breakfasts in town. Continue reading