Dinners and Serialized Stories

It’s week two of Philadelphia’s Restaurant Week. I took advantage of it by going to Le Bec Fin, which is definitely one of the fancier places in Philly. I have to say, it didn’t disappoint.

I actually went twice: once with my French conversation group, and once with some friends and new acquaintances. This meant that, by surreptitiously stealing bits from my dinner companions, I managed to get at least a taste of almost everything on their Restaurant Week menu, and everything really was delicious.

There are no pictures, so you’ll just have to imagine what the food was like.

I also just started reading a serialized mystery called A Conspiracy of Friends, written by Alexander McCall Smith. It’s the third novel he’s done in this way, and so far, I like it. This is the first piece by him that I’ve read.

Finally, the Twitter Exquisite Corpse that I started a few weeks ago is now on the final round, and will probably conclude in the next two weeks. The archived tweets will be posted here, or you can follow using the #ecp2010 hashtag.