Let's be honest. The first thing we (I) all think about when visiting somewhere is, "where should I eat?" And it is definitely the last thing you (I) think before you move somewhere, "what restaurants will I miss?" Or maybe it's just me. I'm hoping some of you bloggers will agree with me that food is the best way to experience a city.
Anyways, so where does this post come in. Well, my second to last meal was at the most amazingly gorgeous...
This is hands down the most beautiful restaurant I've ever been to. The decor is rustic with a touch of glamour. You don't feel like you're dining with the people next to you, and you don't feel like the restaurant is a cookie cutter of all others. It. Is. Gorgeous.
I'm going to share some of the pictures, courtesy of their website, with you. You'll probably need a tissue to wipe the drool off your face after you're done looking.
Now who wants to go with me? I'll be here tonight at 8pm sharp for some cocktails with my girlfriends, followed by a decadent dinner, and s'mores. I'm salivating just thinking about it.
Epic gallery wall. With antlers? Sold.
I'd lounge here any day.
Yes, that is a black and white movie screen playing classic movies. AMAZING.
Love the rustic, minimalistic table setting.
The private dining room. Feels like an enchanted forest.
Walls lined with real trees. Birds and peacocks are hidden in them.
Found a peacock. Or two.
Can you even handle this chandelier? I can't. Unreal.
Now onto the food...
Your starter is truffle popcorn and nuts. So. Good.
Trio of fries appetizer.
I'll be eating that mac n cheese. No question.
Homemade s'mores for dessert. You cook your own with a mini fire pit and flavored marshmallows. OMG.
I wish you all could experience Tillman's with me. I hope you get a little taste for what it's like through the pictures. It is so unreal.
Happy Friday Y'all! (okay last time with y'all, I promise...)
This is me and how I feel about this restaurant at my graduation dinner. I'd give it 10 thumbs up if I could.