With my final term paper only half written, Sonja and I decided that it was in order to go out dancing. And after spending the last three weeks in a row at Dance Cave, I thought it was necessary to go someplace new. So we decided to check out Neutral for "Eat Your Greens" in Kensington, which had been billed to me by a classmate as 'the new Dance Cave, except with hotter people.'
I love hot people! I actually heartily support attractive people congregating in one main location.
Needless to say, Sonja was also sold on the idea.
When we got out of the cab, we ran into Charles, Andy and Brendan. However, they were headed elsewhere, and we decided to ditch them in our quest for hot people.
Sadly though, Eat Your Greens only had a few people to offer us in that department, and they were all couples. This was at around midnight. "Maybe it's one of those really late night bars?" Sonja said wistfully.
Turns out it was. However, there was still just a surplus of females and couples instead of the promised amount of attractive males.
We made the best of it though, dancing to all the music, even though we only collectively recognized about 4 songs all night.
I suspect I probably really liked the fact that the bathroom matched my outfit.
Listen- you try to take a picture with one hand, no flash, after you've had one too many glasses of wine. Yah, that's what I thought.
We came to the conclusion that perhaps this place was "too indie" for us. That idea was solidified when we went to grab our jackets and realized that they had an entire wall covered with drawings of robots playing guitar.
Did the bar you went to last night have drawings of guitar-playing robots on the wall?
That's what I thought.