Tuesday, May 20, 2014

First NJ/NYC visitor!

On Mother's Day we had our first visitor, Kevin's brother Eric!  He had a delivery to make in Brooklyn so we jumped at the chance to hangout with him, even though it was for a short amount of time.  Kev and I were in lazy mode so we didn't feel like picking up for company, and it was all very last minute, so we started brainstorming on what we could do.  We both decided Hoboken, NJ would be the best bet because you could at least see the NY skyline and have a beer or two.  We get to Wicked Wolf Tavern and we're having a great time, but decided we wanted to show Eric more of this fabulous new place we live.
Seeing as it was 5 on a Sunday, and the boys wanted to watch the Pacers game, we decided that Times Square would be the place to show Eric.  I know that I have already covered this crazy area, but it was Eric's first time and he loved it.  There was so much going on that I don't think he even saw it all!        

Sticking to our original plan, we decided to stop and have beers somewhere in Times Square.  That's when Kevin saw Heartland Brewery and Chophouse.  It was love at first sight.  We all, the guys more then me I'm sure, love a good brew and it was right there!  How perfect!  

I was looking over the menu and all set to order the Indiana Pale Ale (pictured above), paying homage to home of course, when Kevin suggested the Seasonal Voyage (pictured below with our visitor).  We had a great time, shared some laughs and enjoyed some great beer!  I of course saved the best for last, the Indiana Pale Ale!    

Look at all that beer above!  Don't worry, it's not all mine.  Pictured below is the Bacon-Wrapped BBQ shrimp which was amazing!  This is unquestionably a place we will return to, with or without visitors. :)  

I know you've seen some of our pictures in Times Square already, but have you seen a couple of McClarnon guys in Times Square?  Well, you have now!  We had a great time on our short little adventure!  I can't wait to see what the future holds for other visitors!  

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