You guys, i'm gonna be honest. I think i'm Cafe Rio's biggest fan. I'm the person that gets offended when Costa Vida and Cafe Rio are compared. I actually got into an argument with Mark this week about the difference between the two. Back in Utah, I would eat Cafe Rio more than I would like to admit. Once a week at least, twice a week more likely. I really panicked when I was going to have to go the entire summer without my salads or tacos. Then, someone at our wedding that came through the line and said "You know what Maryland has that Utah also has? Cafe Rio." I swear my heart stopped. It's true you guys! Maryland has five Cafe Rios! Unfortunately they are all at least twenty miles away from us. I know now how people feel that have to drive forever to get to the Temple/Church. I can make that joke because we actually do have to drive a long time to do those things as well. Haha! Anyway, so on Saturday Mark and I made the almost 45 minute drive to Cafe Rio in Olney, MD. First of all, I was pretty offended when the workers didn't know my order. Then I realized we weren't in Utah, k fine. I was also freaking offended that Cafe Rio was basically empty at dinner time on a Saturday night. What the crap are these Maryland idiots thinking?! I was so fired up about it. When I found out my nanny family had never eaten there I was like:
So I got a chicken salad and Mark got three pork tacos. Which were free because Rio catered our wedding luncheon, obviously.
Even though this was Mark and I's date night, we didn't say a word to each other while we were eating because....you know when food is just so freaking good that no one at the table says anything? That's what it was. We both were totally entranced.
|I instagrammed this picture and then I was like "This really doesn't convey how happy I am"|
|So then I instagrammed this picture.|
|And then I tweeted this picture. Because I wanted people to know that once that cilantro ranch dressing hit my veins I was a whole different person.|