I met up with Tyler at Pesos, which is always a good time. Delicious chips and salsa and a nice Dos Equis is a perfect after work combo. We hopped on to Ten Mercer for happy hour wine. I had a delicious slider small plate to tide me over. It was $5 glasses of wine, anything on the menu.
We then found our dinner location, The Spectator. It was incredible! I ordered "The Dip" with tots. And again they had an amazing happy hour, with cheap drinks and wine.
Poor Troy Billings, son of a police officer who holds him to the same athletic standards as his younger skinny brother. The film actually starts out with Troy stepping out in front of a Seattle Metro bus. Luckily, a punk, somewhat homeless kid saves his life. The kid that saves his life is Marcus. Marcus is a punk rock kid who bullies and manipulates Troy into handing over cash, being his friend and being his drummer in his new band. The synopsis said the band was supposed to give Troy a new confidence but that was not what I saw. But, Troy does change and become more daring for sure. Overall, the film was extremely honest in it's portrayal of Troy's life. I did really enjoy the movie. I expected a bit more in the ending, but it was satisfying.
I did get some sweet swag from the movie and one of the sponsors, Biscuit Bitch.
What a fun Tuesday night!!!