you may or may not know that i'm a little obsessed with provo.
i feel like that's hard for people who haven't lived there to understand.
because byu & provo are the same, right?
but i feel like i have popped the dang bubble and i am in love!
(remember that all of my friends are there and i'm glorifying my youth, but still!)
i spent two afternoons in provo doing the one thing that allowed me to fully enjoy all of my people.
i ate all the food!
actually, i had quite an ambitious list of places i wanted to eat,
and i barely scratched the surface.
that's what this summer is for.
first stop: sammy's
sammy's is famous for their pie shakes.
like they put a piece of pie and some soft serve in a cup and blend it up.
one time i had a pineapple cheesecake one that was pretty yum.
but generally it's just the novelty, so i usually just take a bite of hannah's.
cause sammy's is kind of our spot.
and she always has coupons.
i usually get the chicken poly style sandwich, which is amazing,
and i used to get the battered fries and die of happiness/clogged arteries, but then they got rid of them.
so now i just get me a sammy's sammy and one of the fancy sodas they have.
please appreciate how we are the same.
i love this girl.
she was telling me about some research that shows that after 7 years of friendship, people generally stick together.
and then we realized this is our 7th year!
happy almost anniversary sweet cheeks! we made it!
second stop (not pictured): guru's
whenever i needed time to myself, i would get a waldorf salad to go (blue cheese, not vinaigrette) and eat it in the parking lot across the street from the temple. sometimes i sat on the grass, but bugs/snow.
anyway, obviously the waldorf salad is my fave, but sometimes i'll also order a cup of the mulligatawny cause it's incredible, and it helps to have a friend with you who orders a giant sweet potato fry to share.
pro tip: enliten bakery & cafe next door is a prime place to study/eat croissants/drink tea. you won't regret it.
third stop: saigon
this place is only a little scary, but one of the best kept secrets. $6 SPECIAL COMBINATIONS! i try to always get something different, because it's all delicious and all equally bad for you. you get soup, an egg roll, and your main and rice. comfort food at its finest.
also, free delivery on orders over $15.
they have one big party table that has a lazy susan on it, so we tried taking a panoramic.
it worked well...
usually they are super fast and we hang out forever,
but this time i was actually on my way out of town and in a bit of a hurry,
and it took two hours!
we sat there for 45 minutes before they even took our order.
but it worked out because i really just needed to be with these kids.
places i have to hit next time:
cubby's (still haven't been!)
and more. but this is getting depressing.