~ Great Eggspectations ~

After climbing on Sunday we went to dinner at a restaurant so cool, so entertaining, we almost forgot to eat.

Ok, that statement was just asinine.  Like I could ever forget to eat.   Honey, please.

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It has a ridiculous name…Eggspectation.  I love corny jokes.  LOVE them.  Corny corn corn!

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And then I saw these door handles.  More corny corn corn.

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And saw their motto on the menus.  MORE corny corn corn!

This Canadian Restaurant chain has a fantastic sense of humor.  There are eggs all over the restaurant…. artistically rendered, sometimes just plain ridiculously so.  Even the bathroom stalls are designed like chicken coops….minus the straw.  We all found ourselves noticing funny egg-related things throughout the evening and snickering or chuckling or rolling our eyes.  There was much gastronomic merriment, I tell you!

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And then, it got serious.

Chocolate Torte serious.

Nine Layer Chocolate Torte serious.

…..And the laughing stopped.  All fell silent as the rush of respect and awe filled the room.

And nothing was left but the sound of chewing.

Eggspectation in Ellicot City.  Try it, if you like eggs….

and corny corn corn.

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  1. Anonymous

    Grab the day by the eggs is a translation of Carpe Diem Ovum?

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