We split an order of the pancakes three ways. I just had half a pancake because I wasn't really hungry. My appetite doesn't really get going until several hours after I wake up. I haven't had a pancake in years but we were all impressed, even my friend who had never knowingly eaten a vegan meal in his life. You'd never know Hugo's pancakes were vegan, and gluten-free, to boot!
Sorry for the world's worst picture quality.
Closeup so you can attempt to see how darn fluffy these things were:
My other (non-vegan) friend also ordered an appetizer special of waffle cones stuffed with veggies and beans and guacamole. It just sounded fascinating. I had a bite and it was good!
What can I say, he's an actor.
I love strange food inventions.
We ended up staying at Hugo's for three hours just talking! Hugo's is definitely a nice restaurant with interesting food. It's not cheap, though -- one order of three pancakes was almost 12 dollars. But you get what you pay for! Plus, we saw several famous people, including two actresses from a smash hit TV show having lunch together. Sorry I won't say who they were, I don't like feeling like a paparazzo and broadcasting where people go to lunch. Pauly Shore (who I mentioned seeing last night) was my exception, because I am a hypocrite.
The rest of my day has been devoted to really fun things like laundry and acting research.
Breakfast: 1/2 pancake
Lunch: Corn chowder/lentil soup mix
Snack: 1 serving edamame
Dinner: Corn chowder with broccoli slaw and broccoli; almond milk
Morning: 20 minutes bike
Evening: 40 minutes bike
Weights/strength: biceps, upper back, hamstrings, obliques
Tomorrow morning I'm going to see a premiere of my short film Big Shoes to Fill, and then my friend is having a party tomorrow night! I hope y'all have a great weekend!