I’m not sure whether to call this a lane or an alley. We stopped by the Distillery District after church Sunday before last. I wanted to check out Sunday in the District.
I wanted a sandwich.
I wanted a sandwich from the Brick Street Bakery.
And a cookie.
Yeah. A chocolate chip cookie in the Toll House® tradition. Only bigger.
We got monster sandwiches on organic bread, cookies, and a bottle of S. Pellegrino, and took our picnic booty out in the cobbled square. There’s nothing like sharing your table and summer view with a sparrow in the District on a Sunday.
We did some walking about in the lanes that call the Distillery District their home before zipping back to Burbville.
And Monday skitters in cool and perfect for scrubbing floors.
4 thoughts on “Single Shot Monday: Sunday in the District…”
The Distillery District looks like a very nice area. Full of life – and cookies and other delightful temptations. Love the photograph that shows the open space in the alley – or lane.
Yes. It is. I think you might like it, Otto. Here is a link to the history: http://www.thedistillerydistrict.com/our-story/history-of-the-distillery-district/ They took what was a major source of manufacturing and commerce (historically) and converted it into a place of arts and entertainments and a people space, while preserving the historical site. Thank you. I’m working on broadening my photographic view. 🙂
Reminds me of Post Alley in Seattle (near Pike Place Market). Very fun.
I so want to visit Seattle. Thank you.
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