photo credits: light line
Dinner at the Japanese restaurant Oxidiana for some decent sushi made by two young Japanese chefs.
Hip, crowded scene.
The sound of English speakers (this place is popular amongst the Sigonella crowd I hear and the restaurant manager is American as well).
Am I really in Sicily?
After dinner drinks at Bonu'. They call themselves a design bistro with lunch, brunch, happy hour & store.
This was a first. Hubby had been taken here on a solo visit years ago and he suddenly remembered it.
Modern high rise. Steps going down into a long outdoor corridor filled with tables, candlelight, smokers.
Inside a series of connected rooms, all different, all funky. Long bar, artsy chairs, buffet treats, another scene.
And scattered throughout this funky interior are funky things to buy. A little boutique in a bar.
We browsed, we sat, we sipped, we chatted (I'll have to go back for some buying).
Felt like old times. Just the two of us.