Date at Pittsburgh Blue

Happy Friday to you all!

Last night, Dana and I had a date night. We still had a gift card from our wedding to a chain of restaurants in the area, and it was burning a whole in my pocket.

The chain of restaurants is called Parasole and among their restaurants, we chose Pittsburgh Blue Steakhouse which specializes in duh, steak, but also has a great variety of seafood.

We got all dolled up, had our own happy hour at home with a glass of wine, before heading out the door to the restaurant.


Moose wanted in on the photo shoot. I want to frame this one below. How stinking beautiful is he??


He made sure to smile for this one…


We told him that if dogs were allowed at the restaurant we would so let him come with, but no can do. Rules are rules. Sorry, Moose. Winking smile

While we contemplated our dinner orders, we both ordered a glass of Zinfandel which was perfectly smooth and slightly sweet. By far my favorite wine.

They also brought out a bread basket which I had originally said I was going to pass on, but changed my mind about 7 minutes later. Boy am I glad I did. The bread loaf was made up of 4 large rolls that were incredibly soft on the inside, and the outside had a light crust brushed with garlic butter and sea salt. OH MY. I thought I had died and gone to heaven.


For dinner I ordered the seafood cobb salad. The salad started with a bed of romaine lettuce drizzled with lemon vinaigrette, and then was piled high with these toppings:

Left to right: fresh lobster, tomatoes, chives, hard-boiled egg, citrus shrimp, cheese, bacon, avocado, and fresh crab.

What an awesome salad. I ate 80% of it and was pretty proud of my accomplishment.


Dana ordered the prime rib which to me is the most unappetizing thing ever. I’m just not much of a meat person as you may well know by now. He really enjoyed it!


We also ordered a side of asparagus which were the bomb.


Although I was feeling pleasantly full after dinner, I really wanted to finish date night with something sweet. I had the bright idea to stop at Whole Foods on the way home and get some gelato.

2 scoops: 1 scoop chocolate brownie and 1 scoop salted caramel.


Are you kidding me? My second glimpse of heaven that night. I especially loved the salted caramel.

It had been way too long since we have had a date night like this. It was perfect. I loved spending such a nice evening with my hubby. Thanks Brett and Krystle for the great wedding gift!

I hope everyone has a great Friday! My favorite day of the week. Catch up with you all later!

This Post Has 7 Comments

  1. carol

    I can’t believe someone as thinas you are ate 80% of that salad and then the Gelatto – I need your metabolism!

    1. beautifullynutty

      You’re so sweet. I wish I could eat gelato every day but it would definitely catch up with me!

  2. Avery @ Texas Teen Keeps Lean

    THAT. That, is a salad 🙂

  3. Annette

    I am new to your blog and really enjoying it so far…Moose is a beauty, I have a female GS named Ginger, so of course, I am partial to the breed. That salad looked delish and the Gelato looked even better, gonna have to make a trip to my local Whole Foods to see if they have salted caramel….YUMMY!!

    1. beautifullynutty

      Thank you for reading! Yes, I love the GS breed as well–they are so beautiful and loving. Good idea to hit up your local Whole Foods and grab a taste of the salted caramel gelato. It is such a nice treat!

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