Quick visit to Half and Half for milk tea before dinner, then off to M Grill for Sue's birthday.
Lots of nom'ing at M Grill, although we had several inordinately long waits for chicken hearts. The long waits did have one side effect, I think between Michelle, Sophia, and myself, we ended up going through three skewers (!) of them. YUM.
The house special picanha wasn't as good as Fogo de Chao, but the garlic picanha was excellent, as well as both the top sirloin and the bottom sirloin. The chicken eaters also found the bacon-wrapped chicken to be tasty, too. Cheese bread wasn't as good as Fogo de Chao either, but we still went through a couple of baskets of it. And of course, we devoured tons of pineapple. Roast pineapple, sooooooooo good...
'bout the only weird thing of the night was the lousy chimichurri. The first batch was great, the subsequent batches seemed liked they'd left out the white wine vinegar or something...
Walked a block to Hwa Sun Ji Korean teahouse afterwards for some tea and Korean punch to get some more fluids into us. Having never been to a Korean traditional teahouse, no idea how this one compares, but it seemed nice enough? The cinnamon-flavored punch was tasty and strong, while they had plenty of other items, all with dubious health claims on the menu as well! (yes, the punch had claimed health benefits, too!)