Zan and I had an excellent weekend! A little antique shopping (I picked up a yellow cake stand and a really old sugar sack!), hanging with friends and a nice visit to one of my favorite restaurants in Los Alamos, California, called Full of Life Flatbread. You wouldn’t know one of the best restaurants is located in this tiny, one-street town, but it’s seriously off-the-hook! They’re only opened Friday-Sunday and people start to line-up around 4:30 to get a cozy seat next to the giant, wood-burning oven. All of the produce is locally grown, if not grown right outside in their own personal garden. During the week, the chefs hit up nearby farmers’ markets to grab the freshest veggies to cook with and trust me, you can taste a difference! Everything is made with so much effort and with the highest ingredients… even the homemade marshmallows (on top of a brownie cookie!) are some of the best I’ve ever tasted. The flatbread pizza, appetizers, local wine and amazing desserts have Zan and I driving an hour and a half to fulfill our craving. Here are some pictures of our weekend and Full of Life Flatbread.
Photo Credit: Zan Passante