Another Lazy Dog Dinner

Tonight I had another Lazy Dog Dinner.

Lazy Dog Restaurant, Dinner, Team DinnerAfter finishing our meetings today our training team met together for a dinner. The last time that I ate at Lazy Dog was also a team dinner, but for a different team that I am a part of.

I am thinking even further back, and the only other time I remember eating at Lazy Dog it was with yet another team 🙂

Sculpture, Lazy Dog, Horse HeadLazy Dog has some interesting decor. Here is a horse head sculpture that is made from different metal items. It is quite intricate.

pole sculpture, Lazy Dog Restaurant, Dublin, CaliforniaThey also have this interesting chandelier made of logs. I am not sure if they are aspen or birch logs, but they are quite interesting.

Pot Roast, Lazy Dog, Team Dinner, beef roastI ordered the pot roast. This was an interesting way to plate the pot roast with the broth surrounding the potatoes, roast and spinach. It was worth a picture.

So, how did the pot roast taste? I will let a picture give you a hint.

Cleaned Plate, Pot Roast, Lazy DogThe pot roast was really good, and I cleaned my plate. It would have been nice to have a piece of bread or a roll to clean the plate with, as the broth was really good.

We had a nice evening talking about things other than work and getting to know each other a bit better.

Now for more meetings tomorrow.


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1 Response to Another Lazy Dog Dinner

  1. Nice! I know my Amish grandfathers always finished off their meal by wiping the plate clean with a piece of bread!! Take care!

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