Sunday morning, I awoke to the sound of dishes softly clanging on the glass table by our bedroom. Fabian had woken early with Roman. He had Roman watching B.E. in our home office and had quietly prepared breakfast in bed for me. We ate our pancakes, scrambled eggs and ham in bed while watching some tv.After breakfast we got ready for a day out. Fabian suggested that we spend the day on Atlantic in Delray. We gathered all our things and headed out. We parked in front of the cutest little cupcake bakery, Cupcake Couture Sweet Boutique.
Cupcake Couture Sweet Boutique
Yves Saint Lemon
All of their cupcakes are named after designers and each cupcake represents their name perfectly!
The only things that aren't couture at this boutique are the prices. They are very reasonable for the size and the deliciousness of the treats.
After debating and debating, we finally decided on the Christian Louboutinilla
(A vanilla cupcake with chocolate frosting)
the Yves Saint Lemon
(A vanilla cupcake with Lemon Curd topped with Meringue)
Both were very yummy, but my favorite was the Yves Saint Lemon.
We lunched down at Boston's on the Beach (It's really across from the beach).
We split a Classic Bacardi Mojito; which I think the server forgot on the bar. Because by the time we got it, it was pretty watered down. Fabian and I shared both the Neptune Wrap ($9) with the chunky cranberry-nut chicken salad in a tomato-herb wrap with a side of sweet potato fries and the Mahi-Mahi Sandwich ($10). Chunky is definitely the right word to explain the chicken salad! It had huge chunks of apple and wasn't very flavorful. However, their Mahi with key lime tarter sauce and sweet potato fries were insane! http://www.bostonsonthebeach.com/
After lunch we strolled around Atlantic, occasionally ducking into a shop to get out of the heat.