Emily and Jake had an appointment downtown Boston.
Hubby and I tagged along. They dropped us off here.
We enjoyed the shops at Copley Place.
It was easy to get my wheelchair in and out of the stores.
So much to look at...so little time!
Dillon’s was our recommendation for lunch.
Built in 1887, it is a historic Boston Landmark.
It is named after Captain Dillon who was stationed
there from 1920 to 1950.
(This is their Facebook photo)
You can see it here on my photo, way to the left.
Dillon’s is known to be the best patio in the Back Bay...
a local favorite.
Here are the lunch regulars.
We ordered a good ole’ SD Angus beef burger
and fries to share.
Not sure what we all did before cell phones,
but Emily messaged us when they were finished
and they scooped us up off the street.
We spent the evening at a nearby driving range.
Hubby was as happy as a clam.
The guys discussed their strategy at length.
Emily and I took charge of ordering some appetizers.
They had a great menu here.
This is their Signature Burrata...
soft mozzarella, prosciutto, tomatoes, pesto,
and balsamic on a grilled baguette.
And of course, when in Boston, one must order some seafood.
This is their Calamari served over arugula,
drizzled with lemon garlic aioli.
The guys hit a bucket of balls.
Emily and I enjoyed watching them play.
Thank you for the great evening.
We are blessed.