Kirsten Schofield is a freelance writer. She lives downtown.
Yesterday morning, I got up early and walked down to have my coffee at Black Tap Coffee. They're really nice. I think there are so many good places to get coffee, but I went to school with those guys, and they're really nice. I got a lavender latte, and walked over to have coffee in the Unitarian graveyard on Archdale Street.
Then I wanted breakfast, so I walked down to get a chicken biscuit at Normandy Farms Bakery.
For lunch, I had a client meeting at Xiao Bao Biscuit. They have this barbecue chicken with rice and julienned vegetables, and I had the preserved lemonade. I don't know why that's so amazing, but it is.
I stopped by Charlie's and got a couple of falafel balls as an afternoon snack. I love Charlie's. If you ask them to stock something, they will.
At night, I went to Two Boroughs Larder and had dinner with friends. All I had for dinner was oatmeal pie. I was not a model citizen.
Then we went to drink at Cocktail Club, and then we decided we were hungry, so we went to Muse. It was midnight, so it's there, Rarebit or diner food. We got the margherita prosciutto pizza, which was pretty good.