Thursday, October 22, 2020
In this post, I decided to share memories of my favorite local hangouts. It can be from anything in the past that most sticks out because of treasured memories.
Share your favorite local hangouts.
all there are many in my area nowadays, I have only been to four because I don’t eat out much. There was an Asian one, Wheel of Life, that I have been to twice. I frequented at Native Foods and Veggie Grill because of the entertaining environment. And, I also tried a raw vegan restaurant, which was good. So, my favorite is between these four restaurants. All their food was good, but I will base my favorite on the ambiance for hanging out. Since Native Foods and the Raw Vegan restaurant are at a mini mall, which is very quiet and quiet place, they could be a good place for a romantic date or private get-together, while Veggie Grill restaurant is located at a big mall, which is surrounded by entertainment and social activities. For my birthday, I ate at Native Food with family, before we went to Ghost, Musical show, nearby. I also hung out with family at Veggie Grill for my birthday in the past.
the only one I can think of is CHA for Tea, which is across the street from my place. During the 90s and early 2000s, I used to eat there more often, as well as buy an icy drink from them during hot weather and hanging out in the town center. A couple of years ago, they opened another one at the Woodbridge Village Center.
my favorite beach is probably Corona Del Mar Beach because it is the beach that I used to hang out at during my college years with a group from my dormitory. But Huntington Beach is known for surfing, although I haven’t been there since my teen years because it is also known to be a family beach. Laguna Beach is also a fun beach because of the social activities, artist studios, and art walk.
I have gone to many coffee shops, and I don’t think I have a favorite. I mostly go based on which one is closest when I am out somewhere and in a sudden mood for drinking coffee. I have also been to small coffee shops and cafes, such as le diplomate café and others, which are cool and very simple because they give off a very laidback and relaxed French ambiance for meditation, reflection, and introspection.
I have only been to a spa, maybe twice, with my mother and some other family members, which was at the Costa Mesa location. It was a full body spa, which included a body massage, facial, and manicure, as well as sauna, jacuzzi, steam room and light refreshments. They had other options, but these are the specific options that my group had chosen for our package deal.