Mother’s Day Brunch in Frederick, MD
We drove down to Frederick to meet Bud and his fiancee, Rachel, who came up from DC, for Mother’s Day lunch at the Cafe Nola.
I hadn’t eaten here before, but Elly has been here several times as her AIGA meeting takes place around the corner twice a month. The Nola has plenty of vegetarian and light selections (I had a great French toast) and their coffee was particularly good.
After brunch we walked over to Frederick’s Community Bridge Mural, the great trompe l’oile painted bridge that looks amazingly like three dimensional stones, statues, gates and crests. Bud and Rachel were surprised when they got up close and found everything was relly flat and just painted on.
Posted on May 8, 2011, in Art, Arts, creativity, Family, food, Veganism, Word from Bill and tagged Brunch, cooking, Counties, French toast, Holidays, Home, Mothers Day, United States. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on Mother’s Day Brunch in Frederick, MD.