Wednesday, August 23, 2006

Take It Easy

There's a little place down the road from my office called Easy's. Their specialties are tapas and martinis. I've had a few martinis there (the Pink Diamond was very good) and a few appetizers. I've never had an actual meal there. I hear they make a great burger although most of their menu is more non-traditional, at least by Southeast Texas standards. (You can check out the menu online.)

Some of my friends have asked me to join them for this tonight:

Wednesday Night Jam Night
Wednesday nights have developed into an informal jam session on the patio. If you've been here, you've probably sat in. If not, please join us. Jim and Sandra lead the way. Patti knows the words to every song. Everyone brings their guitars, harmonicas, bongo drums and voices and we all sing and play and meet new friends. Chris will be announcing different drink specials during the night and we'll be staying opened until 11pm so we can get in that last song – or two.

Sounds like fun. I hope I don't wuss out. I wonder if I have a Monster in the refrigerator.

Easy's
2325 Calder (between 7th & 8th)
Beaumont, TX 77702
(409) 832-2600

Lunch
Tuesday Thru Friday • 11:00am - 2:00pm

Dinner
Tuesday Thru Thursday • 5:00pm - 10:00pm
Friday And Saturday • 5:00pm - Midnight

Easy Hour Drink Specials
Tuesday Thru Friday • 5:00pm - 7:00pm

7 comments:

Marinade Dave said...

That menu looks very tasty. The prices aren't bad, either.

Raise a gless and say Marinade Dave wishes everyone the best!

Gillie said...

Sounds like a lot of fun, I wish I could make it .... but it would be rather a long trip for me LOL! Hope you have a good night.

Laurie said...

Dave and Gillie - Circumstances beyond my control prevent me from attending this week. Maybe next week.

You will all be the first to know...well, maybe fifteenth to know.

Marinade Dave said...

Did I write "gless?"

And I wasn't even drinking.

Laurie said...

Dave - Maybe that was the problem.

pokerboss said...

We hope you can make it this week. I will be there with my voice and my 12-string. And, of course, the lovely Peg. Whose name anagrams to "Got Metal Girlie Pie?" Maybe we'll sing a song about that. Seiously, though, I think somebody knows a John Corbett song.

Laurie said...

Pokerboss - I speak to the Mrs. today. :)