Mom came home from a conference today an' then left again. It's Restaurant Week in San Diego for the second time this year an' Mom had reservations with Grandma an' Grandpa for the 94th Aero Squadron restaurant.
The 94th Aero Squadron is located near a small airport where diners can watch landings and take-offs of small non-commercial airplanes. Mom's always wanted to try this restaurant because the people she babysat for when she was a teenager would eat at the 94th whenever they wanted a romantic "night out." The inside is vintage WWII with Sirius Satellite Radio tuned to 1940s music for ambiance.
Anyway, the 94th Aero Squadron was featuring the $30.00 price point for its pre fixe menu, so with tip, Mom's check for dinner was $119.00 ... Not too bad for three adults.
Here's the menu: