Now you may think this wine tasting establishment looks a little like a convenient store/gas station . . .
But I will have to tell you.
You would be right.
That is exactly what it was.
And we couldn't stop laughing.
We each got our small taste of wine and decided to hit the road.
But, of course, it was pouring down rain.
So my wonderful sister had another brilliant idea and decided to use the "lift" ap on her phone.
This ap is something all the young professionals in Tampa use to get from here to there.
Those of us in suburbia have never heard of it, but she promises it is a stellar way to travel.
And why wouldn't we trust her after her amazing skill in picking out wine tasting venues?
So we get a "lift" from a random car who answers her call.
The boys ride and the girls wait.
And somehow it works out that they come pick us up from the convenient store/gas station/wine tasting and take us to a restaurant.
It is Gina's pick, and she redeems herself.
(Except for the small fact that our reason for going was the all you can eat sushi, which they were no longer offering . . . but we won't hold it against her).
The name of the restaurant was Cheap, and it had a cool atmosphere that looked a little like a japanese steak house/club. You know . . . more class.