Friday, November 6, 2009

TGIF ~ A Redneck Night on the Town

Thank Goodness It's Friday...the end of the week...we all made it...time to relax...and does anyone really wants to get dressed up for a night out? So we climbed into the redneck pick-up and drove out to the outskirts of town...Big Fella's is the name of the redneck place....
Here is Big Fella himself...and maybe his Grandma...making our dinner. The place was busy... lots of hunters, actually.



We sat at a tall table...put money in the juke-box...visited with long lost neighbors...ate salad bar from styrofoam plates...and had some of the best beef in South Dakota.



How did you spend your Friday Night?

9 comments:

Kathy said...

Sounds like a fun evening. Bet the food was great. I finished up some experimental pins for the show and made my to do list for today. Not too terribly exciting. :) Have a great weekend.

BlueRidge Boomer said...

City Boy had to work....so the male child and i had BBQ drumsticks, watched a little TV and i knitted 2 more dish clothes for Xmas gifts.....Boring ....right??!!

Enjoy....LindaMay

Tomatoe Creek Prims said...

Went out for dinner at the Speer Street Grill and was great food!

Have a wonderful weekend:)
Rondell

Willoughby said...

Sounds like a great night out! I'm still battling a bad cold and laryngitis, so it was dinner at home and television for us.

sweetiepie said...

Natalie, sounds like you had a fun time. I am curious though. I was looking at the sign above the grill and was wondering, what is chislic?

Lori in South Dakota said...

doing laundry and dishes--yours sounds like MUCH more fun!!

Busy Bee Suz said...

How fun for you!! The food sounds good, the company sounds great. Although...you know how I feel about styrafoam. Gads, how do we get rid of it????
My Friday night? Cooked a pot roast. had some wine. watched some Tivo. PERFECT.
Hope the rest of your weekend is well.

Deb T. said...

Well Redneck is my kind of fun ! Been that way for years ! The best time and food .
Hugs
Deb

Kat S. said...

Love those down-to-earth places like that where you can visit with folks, be comfortable, casual and yourself ~ plus have great food!